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With Stage Tricks of TV Faith Healers in the News, Expert on the Occult says the Devil is in the Details

by Staff
April 20, 2010
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MEDIA ADVISORY, April 20 ( -- A news article out this week titled "Stage Tricks Of TV Faith Healers Revealed" at Wizbang Pop purports to expose TV Faith healers such as Benny Hinn and others who perform what appear to be awesome miracles of God before an audience of thousands of faithful in auditoriums.

But, the article says, like any stage magic show, many of these stunts are simply clever illusions or business tricks.

The article is certain to increase cynicism and renew interest in recent works such as Bill Maher's Religulous, but corrupt church leadership is a serious issue and should be confronted head on says veteran researcher, writer, activist and teacher Jackie Alnor.

Tricks of the trade used by televangelists, who twist Bible verses to compel the poor to give to the rich, should be exposed so that their damage to the church can be curtailed.

Alnor draws on decades of experience in documenting the outright heretical claims of some televangelists. "The mixture of true and false has created a mutant faith that Bible-believing Christians need to recognize and renounce," Alnor says. "Does the rise of religious charlatans actually confirm the truth of the Bible? Are they a fulfillment of Bible prophecy?

Is the prince of the power of the air the real master of the airwaves? Could something started with good intentions be utilized for evil? Could Christian television play a key role in the events of the final hours of history as we know it?"

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