Benny Hinn Exposed

March 29th, 2007 | 17 Comments | Charismania, Church Issues, Discernment, Media Benny Hinn Exposed |  Facebook

This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Pastor Benny Hinn and the World Healing Church d/b/a Benny Hinn Ministries.

On May 24, ’07 Christian Research Net posted the following:

Benny’s lawyers haven’t been able to have this video removed from the internet! It is also one of the best and most comprehensive documentaries on Benny Hinn done anywhere. It is worth wathching and passing along to others.

Click Here to View the Video

Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. (Matthew 7:21-23)

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17 Responses to “Benny Hinn Exposed”

  1. That was absolutely ridiculous. There were so many things to comment on but I am just speechless because of the filth this man pours out. Notice the language people use: “message of healing”. Everyone says it, but the message, the gospel, was of Jesus Christ and not of healing. Yes, by the power of Jesus Christ there are healings but the message wasn’t ABOUT healing, it was ABOUT Jesus Christ! This is just one of many many things I found aside from what they talked about. I am appalled. I never knew it went that deep with Benny Hinn.

    Pray the scales be lifted from their eyes so that they may see this man for the heretic he is and that they may truly come to know Jesus Christ and His message of the redemption of our sins on the cross. Where in this man’s life do we see taking up a cross? Where do we see him suffering for The LORD? I feel sick having seen this.

  2. Rhona says:

    the saddest thing is that so many are decieved, also pastors and leaders. And how defensive they become when one tries to tell them the truth behind this ‘ministry’.
    And the pain and guilt he leaves behind for those whose ‘faith’ was too weak.
    One pastor, I’d respected, had attended, and because there was a Gospel message presented, he swallowed all the rest too, though he had originally been sceptical. So much harder to see deception when it is mixed with a little truth.

  3. Mike Ratliff says:

    Benny Hinn is protected by deceiving spirits. As I watched this video I was amazed at that little voice in my mind rebuking the directness of those presenting the truth about this man. Political Correctness says we should never offend, but that is insanity if a snake oil salesman like Benny Hinn is allowed to continue becoming wealthy by manipulating people into thinking that he has the power to heal them. I looked at my motives for the rebuke in my heart against Benny Hinn, and all like him, and my conscience, being captive to the Word of God, says that all who cry Lord, Lord, but use Jesus’ name for their own selfish gain will be in the midst of the goats on Jesus’ left.

    In Christ
    Mike Ratliff

  4. Ben Davis says:

    Arrr – You’re right! Too true. It always reminds me of when Jesus said:

    For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.
    (Matthew 24:24 KJV)

    Keeping in mind “Christ” means “annointed” and how often do we hear Benny talk about the annointing!

  5. survivor says:

    Oh Dear! This is so sad. There are just so many vulnerable people out in the world who would do anything and believe in anything to be healed by the true Jesus Christ and thats when snakes like Benny Hinn pop up and do so much harm to people by not preaching the truth! WOW….. Freaky :(

  6. He is just so completely ridiculous.

    And as for his dress sense!! Weird

  7. Anonymous says:

    annoiting is an overrated word in the christian world today. everything seems to be annointed…..bleh. or they actually annoint materials.
    did you know that in scripture (as far to my knowledge) only humans were annointed?
    and that its a very basic thing?
    not to get all hyped up about it……

  8. sandra says:

    sorry that was me, forgot my name :S

  9. Gerry says:

    I was watching benny Hinn on TV once about four yars ago and I saw him hypnotize a woman and then she fell down. He did it several more times in the course of the program. I was astonished. He’s not healing anyone, it’s simply suggestion and hypnotics. He’s a jackel, watch out!

  10. Ben Davis says:

    “A functional disease is one associated with a change in function of a bodily organ or tissue without any tissue damage. An organic disease is one associated with a demonstrable change in the bodily organ or tissue.

    One additional point we need to understand is that in all diseases, both functional and organic, there exists an emotional component. It is this emotional component that elicits a true physiologic response such as seen in the placebo effect. The response, along with the fact that many symptoms are very much subjective, is responsible for patients experiencing decreased pain with a broken bone, decreased insulin requirements in diabetes, decreased frequency of chest pain or pressure episodes in coronary artery disease, etc.

    Also, in the highly festive and emotionally charged atmosphere of a faith-healing service, the brain can be stimulated to release endorphins into the nervous system which science says are pain suppressants “200 times more potent than morphine.” This is why people can honestly say “the pain is gone” and sincerely believe they are healed–until the effect wears off hours or days later.

    It is important to understand that the symptoms of an organic disease, such as pain, can be helped and relieved through some of the psychological principles that make faith-healing work. However, the mere removal of the pain is far different from the actual healing of the disease causing the pain.”
    - Dr. Eric Chico

  11. Brian C. says:

    I used to enjoy hearing/watching Benny Hinn’s program until while at a meeting I heard Mr. Hinn speak these words: “While visiting her at her grave, I received revelation from her”

    He was speaking of Kathryn Kuhlman.

    I also have discontinued watching T.B.N. (Twisted Broadcast Network)

  12. Ben Davis says:

    Oh, wow. That sounds so evil. I can’t believe he said that!

    Twisted Broadcast Nework, haha!

  13. Anonymous says:

    just really, really sad.

  14. Jeremy z says:

    I couldn’t watch all of it. He is demonic and a rank heretic. I couldn’t stop crying over the little girl in the wheelchair. Hinn will split hell wide open. I don’t like making statements like this because I can’t judge who is actually saved, but this is blatant heresy and demonic power. I will never watch as I call it the Total Blasphemy Network. I heard that somewhere and agreed totally.

  15. sandra lebanon says:

    why are you people saying this? i mean why are you being so rude? i have watched Benny Hinn many times on tv and on the internet., i even heard his teachings, i haven’t found anything wrong so far, everything is biblical. i don’t think he is a false prophet, i think he is faithful to GOD, to the HOLLY BIBLE, and to us.

  16. Ben Davis says:

    Hi Sandra,

    You should purchase Justin Peters DVD called, “A Call to Discernment.” You can get it here:: http://justinpeters.org/support.htm

    Here is a an excerpt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21YYN2E7xkY
    Also see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AUJ42rSW_Y

    And this review: http://www.symphonyofscripture.com/?p=1654


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