Monday, February 19, 2007


9:20 PM Posted by: M., 7 comments

This was posted on Stupid Church People I is so good!


Becky said...

This is sad and scary as to what she has become.

What is the point of being slane in the spirit? Is it all for show?


marie said...

hey becky

do you know what the scriptural or other justification is for it? I was under the impression that these types of behaviors were mentioned in parts of the Bible that are highly disputed as not being very reliable (e.g. the second ending of Mark) but I am not sure. I am really curious.

What scares me about this is that I watched a documentary about Hinn and how he rigs these revivals and fakes healings....

Becky said...

You know I have never really found anything in scripture that supports this. In my opinion, these actions blasphemes the Holy Spirit. It serves no purpose other than an emotional response and elevation of Benny Hinn not Jesus Christ. From my experience, when the Holy Spirit moves (which is usually hidden) lives are transformed and never the same.


Bobo B'nai said...

Folly, just plain folly...providing occasion for scoffers to mock the real works of God.

If it's any consolation, my first though is, if I don't come up healed, I'm coming up fists a flyin'...then again, I wouldn't be there to begin with. What a shameless huckster.

I'm sorry you had to see that. In your current state, I couldn't imagine needing much more to convince that it all really is just another creation of man.


exapologist said...

That was awesome.

Shelly said...

Anytime someone fell backwards in the Bible, it was always because the person (or people) was/were facing God's judgement. In two of these instances, there was death. (Ananais (sp?) and Sapphira, in Acts.)

(In case you're wondering, I found you through Edge of Faith, though I've also seen you comment over at SCP.)

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