“This penetrating analysis of Benny Hinn’s teachings is highly recommended. The authors put Hinn and his teachings under the scrutiny of Scripture and provide thorough documentation regarding how this healing evangelist repeatedly departs from sound doctrine and practice.”
Dr. Ron Rhodes, President
Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries
“This is a timely and insightful exposé of the doctrinally dangerous, experienced-based extravagances of one of America’s most popular televangelists. Benny Hinn’s self-proclaimed ‘revelations,’ supported by dramatic hypnotic powers, are not only undermining the historic Christian conviction in the sufficiency of Holy Scripture, but they are leading millions into the confusing world of Christian shamanism. This volume is a blunt, bold, and biblical scrutiny of Hinn’s aberrant, unorthodox, and at times, heretical teachings.”
Dr. Norman L. Geisler, Founder
Southern Evangelical Seminary
“Nowhere have I encountered so thorough an exposition of Benny Hinn’s extravagances as in this book. From casual reading previously of Hinn’s materials, I knew that his ‘ministry’ was highly suspect, but The Confusing World of Benny Hinn convinced me that his views are not only deplorable, but outright heresy! For all who wonder about Hinn, this book will bring the enlightenment desired.”
Dr. Jay E. Adams,
Pastor, author, counselor, and lecturer
“The Confusing World of Benny Hinn stands as the definitive examination of the TV preacher’s bizarre theology. This fascinating book uses solid research and thorough documentation to expose Hinn’s propensity for exaggeration and myth making. The authors are to he commended for their integrity and painstaking accuracy of their work.”
Ole Anthony, President
Trinity Foundation, Inc.
“In my mind, this book is not as much an indictment of Benny Hinn as it is an indictment of those experience-driven Christians who create the likes of a Benny Hinn for their own enjoyment and the on-going promotion of their superficial spirituality.”
Dr. Don Matzat,
Author and founder of Issues, Etc.
What respected apologists and authors are saying about
The Confusing World of Benny Hinn
Time and again preachers burst onto the scene, attracting attention and followers with what they claim are new insights into Scripture and new powers from God, only to be exposed as being not only unoriginal but false.
Benny Hinn, founder of Orlando Christian Center (later known as the World Outreach Center) in Florida, is the most prominent example of this phenomenon. Hinn, whose charismatic church at one time numbered weekly attendance at 10,000 and whose televised services and crusades reach a potential audience of nearly 100 million homes in the United States and Canada, epitomizes the kind of histrionics, emotionalism and hysteria that can bring reproach to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Even more damaging to his claim of “revelation” from God is the confusion which abounds in the statements and stories of preacher Benny Hinn. His propensity for exaggeration, embroidery and myth making is well documented within his many public statements and writings.
The Confusing World of Benny Hinn is a hard-hitting investigation of the best-selling author and healing evangelist. The reader is furnished with solid research and irrefutable documentation to unmask the bizarre teachings and contradictory spiritual experiences of the faith healer some have dubbed, “The Miracle Man.”
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“All over the world, record-breaking crowds of up to a million eager seekers after the miraculous gather expectantly to witness the open display of supernatural power which Benny Hinn pretends to have at his command. ... His devastating effect upon gullible believers who are easily led astray, is more than sufficient reason for the authors of this book to present us with the terrible truth about Benny Hinn,” writes Dave Hunt in the Foreword of PFO’s volume on controversial faith healer Benny Hinn.
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