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Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Why were only the "so-called cured" allowed on stage? - Indians Against Christian Aggression

January 24, 2005, 8:56 pm

BANGALORE
TIMES NEWS NETWORK[ SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2005 11:04:03 PM ]
SMITHA RAO & HEMALI CHHAPIA

For three days now, the city has groaned under the weight of the Benny Hinn show. Many of the apparently "healed" have justified the need for the mega-scale event, despite the multitude of problems.

But the jury is still out on whether Hinn is a "religious fraud" or someone with higher connections to the 'Lord'.

Sample this: Why were only the "so called cured" allowed on stage? Col Samuel (Retd) apparently suffers from immobility of the right side of his body. Hoping for a "miracle,"he, braved the crowd and managed to shuffle up to the stage; to be rudely jostled away by an organiser who said, "Only if you are healed, you can go on the stage. If not, your time has not come."

Then the question, are they really cured forever? And why are there no doctors from the city hospitals, but mostly from Hinn’s ministry? The next query is, what actually is the "miracle", what is the modus operandi on stage in this age of reason at IT City? Neither Hinn nor his stooges have any answer except a tepid "faith".

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