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Hypocrite of the Week #6: Faith Healers Kill Child, Then Cry in Court

Until we see faith-healing wings in hospitals, we should not take the faith-healing crowd serious.

Read the official story, from Progressive Secular Humanist, while you watch the video. 417 more words

Atheism

What Do These Faith Healers All Have In Common?

By Michael W. Hoggard – What do Finis Dake, Oral Roberts, Kenneth Hagin, Kathryn Kuhlman, and Aimee Semple McPherson all have in common? They all made claims that all Christians should be healed of every disease, and they all died with diseased bodies. 686 more words

Kenneth Hagin

An Honest Liar

I was talking to my friend who is a member of the magic circle yesterday about how I watched a documentary about The Amazing Randi and he surmised that I must have too much free time on my hands. 931 more words

Film And TV

What does the Word-Faith movement teach?

Previously: What is the Word-Faith movement?

This is the second in a five-part series on the Prosperity Gospel.

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The central teaching of the errant Word-Faith movement is that God wills your prosperity and health; therefore, to be a Christian in poverty or ill health is to be outside the will of God. 611 more words

Columns

DROWNING IN FORESKINS

ANOTHER PRICK IN THE WALL

In case you are wondering about the picture above, that’s the biblical David, dressed a bit like Robin Hood, and that’s King Saul and in the background his daughter Michal looking coy, and that’s a pile of some 200 dead Philistines back there, and David is presenting King Saul with the foreskins from the unfortunate Philistines, because Saul had said that if David wanted to marry Michal he would have to pay the bride price in Philistine foreskins (read the story… 1,195 more words

Meditations On Life

Shamans with Demons: Robin Williams and Janice Strubbe Wittenberg’s Walker Judson

Most of you reading this will know who Robin Williams was, how he fought depression that ultimately led to his suicide. Far fewer will know who Walker Judson is, a fictional character in Janice Strubbe Wittenberg’s recently published first novel, … 401 more words

Book Review