The Five Most Disturbing Things About a Benny Hinn Miracle Service | OnFaith

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Corrie Mitchell

Corrie Mitchell

There are a lot of things you should try at least once in your life — skydiving, eating some exotic delicacy, traveling alone. Let me give you one thing not to add to that list: attending a Benny Hinn Holy Spirit Miracle Service.

I recently went to one in New York. Before going, I knew little about Hinn — a man who’s worth some $42 million — other than that he’s a big-deal televangelist among countless charismatic Christians. As someone who’s fairly unfamiliar with that sphere of Christianity, I was mostly just wary of being in a crowd of people speaking in tongues and being slain in the Spirit.

But that turned out to be the least uncomfortable thing about the service. What did happen was so much more upsetting, difficult, and unnerving. If you ever go, here are five unsettling things you’ll experience: Continue reading →

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2 Responses to The Five Most Disturbing Things About a Benny Hinn Miracle Service | OnFaith

  1. voicewilderness1 says:

    Thanks for the heads up. Definitely a false teacher.

  2. Sometime in the past 3-5 years I read a statement ascribed to a Roman Catholic in which he declared: “We have made more progress among the Protestants by the Charismatics than by any other means.” Not sure who said it or even if it is true, but I am aware that infiltration has been involved in Protestant and Roman Catholic relations in the past. It is not that I am anti-Catholic. In fact, I know Catholics who I believed are truly saved, etc., but I have also experienced their opposition and people I have pastored some 48 years ago were threatened by some Catholics with physical violence simply for opposing a state school bus bill in Missouri. I am also aware of how the Moderates went rushing to South Carolina during the Pope’s visit there about 25 years ago, and it makes me wonder to see some of our Conservatives seeing the Pope on a personal basis.

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