"You don't have a god in you, you are one."(1)

"Pray to yourself, because I'm in your self and you're in My
self. We are one Spirit, saith the Lord."(2)

"I say this with all respect so that it don't upset you too bad,
but I say it anyway. When I read in the Bible where he [Jesus]
says, 'I Am,' I just smile and say, 'Yes, I Am, too!'"(3)

What group would say such outrageous things? What group would
have the nerve to perpetuate such blasphemous doctrines? Could it
be the Jehovah's Witnesses? the Mormons? the Unitarians? the New
Agers? Could it be--the Christians?!

The Word-Faith Teachers. This is the group that would seek to
convince us that Jesus and His disciples were rich, that to be
poor is a sin, to be sick is a sin, and that faith is a creative
force that we can use to shape our world just like God supposedly
created this world and universe that we live in through His

Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland, Paul Crouch, John Avanzini,
Robert Tilton, Fred Price, and Benny Hinn (who at the time of
this writing has authored the number 1 best selling Christian
book in America, 'Good Morning, Holy Spirit') are just a few that
spew out this theological vomit.

To name just a few of the more outrageous things that have been
said by these so-called teachers will stagger the senses:

John Avanzini is convinced that "Jesus had a nice big house",(4)
"Jesus wore designer clothes",(5) and "Jesus was handling big
money".(6) Fred Price also claims that Jesus was rich and that He
left us with an example to follow. That is why Fred drives a
Rolls Royce; he is following Jesus' example!?

Mr. Price also communicates one of the more sickening beliefs of
the Word-Faith teachers which shocks even those with a mild
amount of common sense. He says, "How can you glorify God in your
body, when it doesn't function right?....What makes you think the
Holy Ghost wants to live inside of a body where He can't see out
through the windows, and He can't hear out the ears?"(7) This
insulting and insensitive comment regarding the handicapped and
crippled among us stirs up anger in even the most hardened of
consciences. Yet this statement by Mr. Price is followed by
exuberant applause and approval from his congregation (I would
like to hear Mr. Price say this to Joni Eareckson, or Tony
Melendez). These kind of statements boggle our minds and stagger
our senses. It would seem that most people would see the error in
these teachings, yet millions follow these men with a militant

If this was as far as the teaching of these men went, if their
only error was that they think everyone should be wealthy and
healthy, then we could maybe shrug this movement off as a novelty
and realize that soon people with an ounce of common sense will
see the error in these teachings. Unfortunately, these teachings
are but the tip of the iceberg. They are but the rotten fruit of
a foul, putrid, blasphemous and heretical root. The erroneous
actions of the faith teachers is but the symptom of their twisted
and diseased teachings concerning the nature of man and the
nature of God. I think you will see, after examining what they
believe in these two key areas, that we are not dealing with a
Christian sect gone awry, but that we are dealing with a
non-Christian heretical group that is as deadly in their doctrine
as any major cult.

Who is God to the faith teachers? Kenneth Copeland will tell you
first off that "God is the biggest failure in the Bible...the
reason you've never thought that is because He never said He was
one".(8) Copeland also teaches us that "God is a being that
stands somewhere around 6'2, 6'3",(9) intimating that God has a
body, an error subscribed to by the Mormons. Copeland states,
without any biblical warrant, that the earth we live on is a
"copy of the mother planet"(10) which God lives on, again
imitating a Mormon doctrine. Never mind that the Bible plainly
states that God is spirit (John 4:24), never mind that the Bible
never says a thing about this earth being a copy of any so-called
mother planet. Yet these arguments don't work with the faith
teachers because they have supposedly received these teachings by
direct revelation from God. Therefore to oppose them is to oppose
God. These men have lifted themselves above any critical
investigation yet they have forgotten the biblical mandate that
anything not in accord with the Word of God must be rejected. We
will examine shortly their reactions to any kind of criticism.

After the faith teachers have thoroughly belittled God to
slightly more than an exalted man, they then proceed to exalt man
to the status of God. Adam, to the faith teachers, was an exact
duplicate of God. Copeland teaches, "Gods reason for creating
Adam was His desire to reproduce Himself. I mean a reproduction
of Himself. He [Adam] was not a little like God, he was not
almost like God, He was not subordinate to God even".(11)
Copeland even states that "Adam is God manifested in the
flesh",(12) a title that can only be truly applied to Christ
Jesus alone.

The perceptive man can easily see that the problem here is a
confusion about what it means to be made in the image of God. The
faith teachers claim that being made in the image of God is
synonymous to having the nature of God. To be made in the image
of God is to be a "little god" they would admit. Yet is that what
the church has commonly taught. The overwhelming consensus of the
church has been that man is created in the image of God in the
sense that he is a person as God is a person, possessing mind,
will, and emotions, that he is reasonable, unique among creation,
a ruler over creation, and capable of personal fellowship with
God. We bear the image of God, but we do not share His nature or
substance or make-up. We are not omnipresent, omniscient,
omnipotent, or infinite. God is the only being that is holy in
and of Himself (Rev. 15:4). We are made in His image and have
dignity because of that, but we are not an exact duplicate of God
in any sense of the word. That status is reserved for the Lord
Jesus Christ alone (see Col 2:8, Heb. 1:3, 2 Cor. 4:4).

Beginning with this foul root of error, the faith teachers
proceed into more putrefying departures from the Christian faith.
The faith teachers claim that when Adam fell in the garden he
forfeited the nature of God and took on the nature of Satan. This
error is but a link in the chain that connects the faith teachers
exalting of man and belittling of God. You see, salvation for the
faith teachers is not the removal of sin through the shed blood
of the Lord Jesus Christ. Salvation for the faith teachers is not
the forgiveness of sins and the restoring of a right relationship
between God and man. Salvation for the faith teachers is instead
the removal of the nature of Satan from man and the restoring of
the nature of God in man.

How is the restoring of the nature of God in man to come about?
The answer that the faith teachers give is that Jesus had to take
on the nature of Satan on the cross. In fact, the whole sacrifice
of Christ on the cross takes on a completely different emphasis
and meaning for the faith teachers.

You see, it is not enough that Christ died physically in the
theology of the Word-Faith teachers. In order to take away our
Satanic nature and restore our God nature, Jesus Christ had to
die spiritually as well as physically. He then had to descend to
hell. Then while in hell he was born again and through His act of
being born again He conquered the devil.

You must follow the steps of this error very carefully for it is
but the doorway into the single most blasphemous and heretical
teaching of the Word-Faith teachers.

1) On the cross Jesus took upon Himself the nature of Satan. The
Bible says that Jesus is God the Son, God manifest in the flesh.
Jesus therefore possesses the attributes of deity such as
omnipotence, omniscience, eternalness, immutability, ect. Though
in His incarnation, He chose not to exercise all of His
attributes, He still retained them. One of God's attributes which
Jesus shares is His immutability. This means that God is
unchangeable in His person. Although He acts in time, and
establishes and changes relationships in time, His essence, which
includes His perfect and holy attributes, never changes. God does
not change (Mal. 3:6) and neither does Jesus. "Jesus Christ is
the same yesterday, today, and forever" (Heb 13:8). But the
faith-teachers begin their error by claiming that the Holy,
undefiled, unchangeable Son of God became evil to the core taking
upon Himself the nature of Satan.

Blasphemy! Our holy God does not become unholy.

2) Jesus died spiritually. Again the unchanging God-man did not
die spiritually, but physically. 1 Pet. 3:18 states that Jesus
was put to death in the flesh but made alive in the Spirit. Jesus
did not need to die spiritually as well as physically to gain our
salvation. The offering of His body was enough. Colossians 1:13
states "He has now reconciled you in His fleshly body through
death"; Hebrews 13:12, "therefore Jesus also, that He might
sanctify the people through His own blood"; Hebrews 10:10, "We
have been sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus

Was Jesus lying when He cried upon the cross, "It is finished"
(John 19:30)? Was there yet more to be done to secure our
salvation? That comforting cry from the lips of our blessed Lord
can be nothing but true and our salvation was completely bought
and paid for at this most climactic moment of all of history!

3) Jesus descended into hell a mortal man. Seeing that there is
no need for Christ to have done any more to procure our salvation
then what had already been accomplished, this point becomes
nothing more than an embellishment to the truth. Jesus Christ did
not suffer in hell. He descended to Hades, to the abode of the
dead. There was no need for Him to do anymore for our salvation.
Satan had already been defeated and conquered (Col 2:14-15).

Also, Jesus was not, nor ever will be, a mere mortal human being.
To be a mere mortal, He would have to stop being God, and that is
one thing that is against God's nature and attributes.

4) Jesus was born again. Jesus had no need to be born again.
Jesus was not a lost and hell-bound sinner who needed
regeneration. He was the Almighty, Eternal, and Holy Son of God.
The faith teachers will drag Jesus to the lowest depths in order
that their teaching will have at least a hint of logic. This idea
that Jesus was born again is the crucial link for the faith
teachers that enables them to cry out at the end of their wicked
formula for salvation, "I am a little god". Observe.

5) Jesus defeated the devil by being born again. We now have
Jesus, a mere mortal man, suffering in hell. Jesus then decides
to be born again. He defeats the devil and becomes the
first-born among many brethren.

Now here is where the Scripture twisting really becomes
ludicrous. Copeland states that nowhere in the Bible after the
book of Acts is Jesus called the unique and only begotten Son of
God. He then twists Romans 8:29 to mean that Jesus is the first
born again man. This first re-born man, Jesus, has set the
pattern for a new race to come. And according to the Faith
Teachers, we are that new race to come. We are equal to Jesus for
we are born again just as He was. Do you see what has happened
here? The faith teachers have so suppressed the deity of Jesus
that they have, in essence, denied it. Copeland goes the
farthest in this revelation He supposedly received from Jesus,
"Don't be disturbed when people accuse you of thinking you're
God. The more you get to be like Me, the more they're going to
think that way of you. They crucified Me for claiming that I was
God. But I didn't claim I was God; I just claimed I walked with
Him and that He was in Me. Hallelujah. That's what you're

The Jesus of the faith teachers has so little in common with the
Jesus of the Bible that it is clear to anyone with a grain of
discernment that the Jesus of the faith teachers is not the Jesus
of the Bible but instead is the kind of religious decoy that Paul
warned us to be on the lookout for. "But I am afraid, lest as the
serpent deceived Eve by his craftiness, your minds should be led
astray from the simplicity and purity of devotion to Christ. For
if one comes and preaches another Jesus whom we have not
preached, or you receive a different spirit which you have not
received, or a different gospel which you have not accepted, you
put up with it easily enough" (2 Cor. 11:3-4). And we are putting
up with it. We are taking this so calmly. Another Jesus, another
gospel, another spirit is mocking the true Jesus, the true
gospel, and the true Spirit and we are so tolerant of it that we
allow it on our TV set and call it Christian!?

Why is it so important for the Faith-Teachers to ignore such
explicit passages as 'It is finished', ect? Why must they have
Jesus dying spiritually as well as physically, entering hell as a
mortal man capable of failure, and being born again to defeat the
devil? The reason is that the faith teachers have a diminished
view of Jesus. When Jesus is downplayed as nothing more than an
anointed man, it brings the faith teachers up to the level of
Jesus. In fact, both Kenneth Copeland and Fred Price have
publicly stated that if it was just the physical death of Jesus
on the cross that saves us then anyone could have done it.

Kenneth Copeland says, "And the whole New Testament calls Him the
first-born....The word "born" began to ring in my spirit; it
just began to roll around: born, born. I never had let Him go
through that in my own thinking....And while I was laying there
thinking about these things, the Spirit of God spoke to me. And
He said, "Son, realize this: Now follow Me in this, don't let
your tradition trip you up." He said, "Think this way: A
twice-born man whipped Satan in his own domain." And I threw my
Bible down. I said, "What?" He said, "A born-again man defeated
Satan. The first-born of many brethren defeated him." He said,
"You are the very image and the very copy of that one." I said,
"Goodness gracious, sakes alive!" And I began to see what had
gone on in there, and I said, "You don't mean--you couldn't dare
mean, that I could have done the same thing?" He said, "Oh, yeah,
if you'd had the knowledge of the Word of God that He did, you
could have done the same thing, 'cause you're a reborn man,

No mention is made of the sinlessness of Christ. No reverence is
shown toward the unique virgin birth of Christ. See the depths to
which the Word-Faith teachers have desecrated our Lord. Jesus
Christ could pay for our sins because He was sinless, being
uniquely born of a virgin, and thus not sharing in the sin nature
of Adam and his descendants, a fact to which neither Copeland nor
anyone can likewise boast of.

The sickening outcome of this wickedness is that the Gospel
message is no more 'Turn to the cross of Jesus, ye wretched
sinners, and plead for God's forgiveness. Find rest for your sin
and guilt beneath the blessed cross of the great and mighty
Savior.' Instead the faith Teacher's gospel message is, 'You
shall be like God'! The original lie of the devil is now the
gospel message and is broadcast around the world for all to hear!
He must be pleased! And the end result is the blasphemous cries
of those who subscribe to this wickedness. Kenneth Hagin: "You
are as much the incarnation of God as Jesus Christ was...the
believer is as much an incarnation as was Jesus of Nazareth".(15)
Benny Hinn: "Are you ready for some real revelation are god"(16) "You are a little god on earth
running around".(17) Kenneth Copeland: "I say this with all
respect so that it don't upset you too bad, but I say it anyway,
when I read in the Bible where he [Jesus] says, 'I Am,' I just
smile and say, 'Yes, I Am, too!'"(18) "You don't have a god in
you, you are one."(19) Paul Crouch: "Do you know what else that's
settled then tonight? This hue and cry and controversy that has
been spawned by the devil to try to bring dissension within the
body of Christ that we are gods. I am a little god. I have His
name. I am one with Him. I'm in covenant relation. I am a little
god. Critics be gone!"(20)
Am I just theologically splitting hairs here? If this were a
matter of when and how to baptize, or how many times a year
should the Lord's Supper be observed, or whether the rapture was
post, mid, or pre-trib, then I could rightfully be accused of
that. Yet this is not a minor issue. At stake here is the very
character of our God and Savior Jesus Christ and the great
salvation that He has given us. If you have the wrong Jesus, you
have the wrong salvation and it should be clear from the evidence
presented above that the Jesus of the Word-Faith movement is a
far cry from the Jesus of the Bible!

When Shirley MacClaine chants over and over on national TV , "I
am God, I am God!" we evangelicals go into an uproar. Yet when
those who claim to be in our own ranks say, "I am a little god",
we don't even flinch, but rather applaud them and their supposed
evangelical efforts. Micheal Horton has rightly written, "It must
cause our heavenly Father much grief that we would consider unity
more important than the One in whom we are united. It must quench
the Spirit to see Christians treating blasphemies, heresies, and
scandalous statements as though they were no more than odd

The simple fact is that it is not the ones that are zealous for
sound doctrine and orthodoxy who are the divisive ones. The
Word-Faith teachers are the ones who are guilty of being
divisive. They are fully aware that what they are teaching is
relatively new. They constantly ask us to put away our traditions
and forget our creeds. Benny Hinn says to an audience, "Are you
ready for some real revelation knowledge?" then proceeds to
inform them "you are god".(21) Hinn also, after teaching his
audience that God consists of 9 distinct substances, boasts "You
think you're in this church to hear things you've heard for the
last 50 years?".(22)

The Word-Faith teachers expect everyone to accept their authority
and teachings without criticism or testing. Whenever anyone
challenges their teachings they promote division instead of
discussion. Before his death, Dr. Walter Martin sought to
dialogue with Kenneth Copeland over his teachings, yet Copeland
refused to meet with Martin. Fred Price has publicly stated that
he will not meet with a critic unless he has as many followers as
him. Last Spring, the Christian Research Institute, a very
reputable and trustworthy counter-cult and apologetic ministry,
devoted a week of radio programs to exposing the errors of the
word-faith movement. Immediately after the shows were aired, Paul
Crouch had this to say about CRI during his televised
"Praise-a-thon" program amid shouts of "amen" and "you tell 'em
brother" from the studio audience:

"I think God's given up on a lot of that old rotten Sanhedrin
religious crowd, twice dead, plucked up by the roots. I think
they're damned and on their way to hell and I don't think
there's any redemption for them...the heresy hunters that want
to find a little mote of illegal doctrine in some Christian's
eye and pluck that little mote out of their eye when they've
got the whole forest in their own lives and in their own eyes.
I say to hell with you! Oh hallelujah. Get out of God's way,
quit blocking God's bridges or God's gonna shoot you if I
don't! I refuse to argue any longer with any of you out there.
Don't even call me. If you want to argue doctrine, if you want
to straighten out somebody over here, if you want to criticize
Ken Copeland for his preaching on faith, or Dad Hagin. Get out
of my life! I don't even want to talk to you or hear you. I
don't want to see your ugly face! Get out of my face in Jesus'

Notice that there is no desire to dialogue about the issues.
Notice that Paul Crouch doesn't explain why they believe what
they believe and subsequently why CRI was in error for presenting
the programs. All that Paul does is attack the people, he does
not give an account for the hope that is in him. The Faith
teachers erroneous and blasphemous teachings are what are
promoting division. It is not those who criticize them and seek
to dialogue with them in a reasonable matter that are to blame.
It is the childish and unresponsive Word-Faith teachers that are
to blame.

But you say, what about the good they do? Dear friend, no one
gets everything wrong! Even the Jehovah's Witnesses, the Mormons,
the New Age, ect. get a few things right every once in while. But
isn't that the substance of deception? The skin of the truth
stuffed with a lie. An appearance of righteousness yet inside
rottenness and dead man's bones. No, the evil propagated by these
teachers so outweighs the good that we must reject them entirely.
A little leaven leavens the whole lump.

I, for one, am embarrassed by the Word-Faith teachers and I am
ashamed to be represented by them. These men represent
Christianity to millions. They present a false picture of what it
means to be a Christian and I think it is abhorrent. Micheal
Horton has rightly asked, "Do those who occasionally view
televangelistic programming know that evangelical Christianity
offers an intelligent interpretation of and hope for human
existence? Does the average unbeliever come away from an ordinary
telecast with a better grasp of the substance of the Christian
faith?" The Word-Faith teachers and Trinity Broadcasting Network
on the whole defeat their very purpose. They seek to evangelize
but they are only preaching to the choir. The vast majority of
people who watch already claim to be Christian, and the
occasional non-believer that tunes in is quick to see the
unreality presented and the apparent con-game that is going on.
And to make matters worse, the sparse amount of teaching that is
usually presented to the Christian is of the lethal type that we
have been discussing and instead of strengthening the body of
Christ, it poisons it.

What should we do? I see at least three things that can be done
and they are not minor operations. When a cancer is first
recognized in a body, the procedure to remove it is quick, easy,
and relatively painless if the cancer has been caught in its
early stages. But when a cancer has gone unnoticed for years and
has been allowed to nurture and infiltrate an entire body, then
the procedure to remove it will be much more complicated, slow,
and painful. The Word-Faith teaching is a spiritual cancer that
has infiltrated the church to its very marrow. We must take
action now and it will not be pleasant.

First, the most obvious thing to do is to not support any of
these ministries monetarily. Don't watch any of the Word-Faith
teachers programs and encourage and warn others to do the same.
Don't buy their books. If your local Christian bookstore carries
their material let them know that you will not frequent their
stores if they continue to carry this spiritual cancer.

Second, take a stand for Jesus! Why won't the church take a
stand? I have asked myself that question over and over. Are we
afraid to attack evil in the supposed name of unity? Is it that
we are so far gone that we don't figure that it matters what you
believe as long as you "love Jesus"!? If so, let's quit calling
other religions false and accept the cults into our fold. Let's
bring in the Jehovah's Witnesses who love their Jesus (even
though to them he is the archangel Micheal, the first and
greatest created being). Let's bring in the Mormons, and the
Unitarians, ect. Let's say good-bye to the creeds and sound
doctrine. Let's forget the stern warnings of the Apostle Paul to
beware of false teachers and false doctrine which spreads like
gangrene. Let's all just "love Jesus" (whoever that Jesus might
be to us)!? NO! We cannot forget the creeds, we will not abandon
truth. We must obey our Lord when He tells us to "Beware of the
false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly
are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits" (Mat.
7:15-16). The fruit of the Word-Faith teachers is none other than
the fruit that the devil deceived our ancient mother Eve with. It
is still as deadly and still as putrid in God's sight as it was
then. The Word-Faith teachers and their movement must be
actively opposed and rejected as non-Christian! Who will stand
for Christ?

Third, this would not have come about if more Christians knew
their Bible and what it taught. This would not have come about if
more Christians knew what the Bible has to say about the nature
of man, the nature of God, the doctrine of the trinity, ect. It
is time to return to teaching sound doctrine so that the common
Christian man can be armed against error. It is time to study the
great foundational doctrines of our faith so that we won't be
deceived by religious charlatans. Doctrine is not just for
theologians. Words like propitiation, sanctification,
justification, trinity, incarnation, predestination, redemption,
ect. are not just useless theological words but are the very
foundations of the faith.

It's time to use our minds again. It's time to quit being so
emotional, mystical, and man-centered in our doctrine. It's time
that Christians took some in-depth journeys into the wonder of
the Holy Scriptures to find out about truth and reality.
Christianity is truth, and as Art Lindsley has rightly stated,
"There is nothing that produces emotion like the truth". Do you
want a vibrant growing faith? Search the Scriptures. Do you seek
truth, real truth? The kind of truth that infiltrates every area
of your life with purpose and meaning and joy! You won't find it
on a TV station. You won't even find it in a church service.
You'll find it when you spend time alone in an attitude of
worship and prayer with an open Bible and the very God of the
Universe teaching you and loving you through His blessed Holy
Spirit applying His most Holy word directly to your life.
Theology is not always entertaining but it is always enriching.
It is a lot easier to turn on that TV and turn off your mind but
you'll be at a loss because of it, and you will miss out on one
of the most wonderful blessings of life: communion with the
Living Lord.

Stated most simply, the error of the faith movement is that they
exalt man and decrease God. They exalt man to God status and
reduce God to man's status. They are aware that what they are
teaching is unorthodox and controversial to say the least, yet
they have no wish to change their tune. They refuse to be
accountable to anyone.

No man is an island unto himself. These men who are spokesmen for
the Christian faith to the public and represent the Lord Jesus to
millions through their television programs are preaching a
different Jesus, a different gospel, and a different spirit than
what is revealed to us in Holy Scripture.

The Apostle Paul has some strong words for these men and with
them I close. I pray we will take them to heart and that the
Spirit that so moved Paul to action against false teachings will
move within us to produce in us a holy zeal for truth!

"I am amazed that you are so quickly deserting Him who called you
by the grace of Christ, for a different gospel; which is really
not another; only there are some who are disturbing you, and want
to distort the gospel of Christ. But even though we, or an angel
from heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to that which
we have preached to you, let him be accursed. As we have said
before, so I say again now, if any man is preaching to you a
gospel contrary to that which you received, let him be accursed."
(Gal. 1:6-9)


1. Kenneth Copeland, "The Force Of Love" tape # 02-0028
2. Kenneth Copeland, "Believer's Voice of Victory", Feb. 1987,
3. Kenneth Copeland, "Believer's Voice of Victory" broadcast on
TBN, recorded 7/9/87
4. John Avanzini, "Believer's Voice of Victory" broadcast on TBN,
recorded 1/20/91
5. John Avanzini, "Believer's Voice of Victory" broadcast on TBN,
recorded 1/20/91
6. John Avanzini, "Praise the Lord" broadcast on TBN, recorded
7. Fred Price, "Is God Glorified Through Sickness?" tape # FP605
8. Kenneth Copeland, "Praise-a-thon", broadcast on TBN,
recorded 1988
9. Kenneth Copeland, "Spirit, Soul, and Body", tape # 01-0601
10. Kenneth Copeland, "Following the Faith of Abraham"
tape # 01-3001
11. Kenneth Copeland, "Following the Faith of Abraham"
tape # 01-3001
12. Kenneth Copeland, "Following the Faith of Abraham"
tape # 01-3001
13. Kenneth Copeland, "Voice of Victory" Vol. 15, No. 2, 2/87
14. Kenneth Copeland, "What Happened from the Cross to the
Throne" tape # 02-0017
15. Kenneth Hagin, "Word Of Faith" Dec. 1980, p. 14
16. Benny Hinn, "Our Position In Christ", tape # AO31190-1
17. Benny Hinn, "Praise-a-thon" broadcast on TBN, November, 1990
18. Kenneth Copeland, "Believer's Voice of Victory" broadcast on
TBN, recorded 7/9/87
19. Kenneth Copeland, "The Force Of Love" tape # 02-0028
20. Paul Crouch, "Praise The Lord" broadcast on TBN, recorded
21. Benny Hinn, "Our Position In Christ", tape # AO31190-1
22. Benny Hinn broadcast, recorded 10/13/90
23. Paul Crouch, "Praise-a-thon" broadcast on TBN, recorded

Written by Richard J. Vincent
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Indianapolis, Indiana 46234