What does the Bible say about Benny Hinn?

June 9th, 2007 | 8 Comments | Charismania, Church Issues, Discernment, Media, Sinner Sensitive What does the Bible say about Benny Hinn? |  Facebook

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8 Responses to “What does the Bible say about Benny Hinn?”

  1. P. Stovel says:

    I know B. Hinn personaly sinse mid 70′s , when he started with a handful of people
    on Yonge st. in Toronto…… He was a deceiver, and still is!
    God bless you for exposing such people – wolves in sheep skin………..

  2. Ben Davis says:

    Oh dear. How does he try and justify himself?

  3. [...] been told the false prophecies in the video we recently posted called, What does the Bible say about Benny Hinn?, and his other doctrines of demons are not acceptable reasons for, rebuking, warning and dividing [...]

  4. LayGuy says:

    Great video. I am planning on writing a post of Hinn using many of your links and clips.

  5. Jamie B says:

    “Anyone who claims a gift of healing and uses such to draw praise, attention, followers or money to himself is not a true minister of God. The Lord Jesus Christ told you in the book of John that the Holy Spirit would not speak of Himself. These men who are always talking about their faith, their gifts or their power, and are testifying that they are NOT filled with the Holy Spirit.”


  6. Joe C. says:

    Interesting Jamie B…very interesting. I think that’s a very keen way to look at it. Besides, think, when Jesus healed, many times He told the people who were healed to ‘go and tell no one’. Maybe if given such power we should do likewise?

    I think humility is the key to this. Benny Hinn by his actions shows that he’d rather flaunt his ‘gift’ (which I don’t think is from God, or not real at all) for money and show rather than for Jesus’ glory.

    That’s the difference.

    False hope reigns.


  7. Clinton B says:

    Everyone should check out one of my favorite expository preachers, evangelist Justin Peters. Justin is an evangelist with cerebral palsy who has a seminar entitled “A Call for Discernment”. You should go to http://www.justinpeters.org and view the sermon he preached (about 30 min) giving a basic overview of the seminar. It discusses the doctrines of the Word of Faith teachers, including Benny Hinn, and how much of what they teach is unbiblical and heretical.

  8. Thanks, Clinton B! I think I saw Justin Peters on the Signs and Wonders Movement Exposed DVD.

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