Praise the Lord (1973– )

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Paul Crouch ...
 Himself - Host / ... (102 episodes, 1973-2013)
Jan Crouch ...
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Matthew Crouch ...
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Laurie Crouch ...
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Dwight Thompson ...
 Himself - Host / ... (41 episodes, 1977-2014)
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Glitz and Glitter and Vacuous
15 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I turned to TBN to watch a REAL show by an excellent TV and radio pastor, Dr. David Jeremiah, and I instead got bombarded by an extra half hour of "Praise The Lord" as they push, push, PUSH for more money!! This show is EMBARRASSING bad. It is an INSULT to sincere and serious Christian believers. From the glitzy stage to the outrageous makeup and hair (is this a Christian show, ladies, or is your second job walking the strip?) to the empty and vacuous messages that anybody with even a modicum of Biblical knowledge can see right through, this has to be the prime example of the stereotypical TV evangelism at its very worst.

If I was a non-believer and stumbled across THIS nonsense channel hopping, there is NO way I'd ever take Christianity seriously. The cast is an assortment of pompous clowns. They attempt to play on your emotions, and offer nothing solid or substantial about the Christian faith. This is the worst of the worst of the worst.

The best way to endure this show while waiting for something real and worthwhile? Turn on the "mute" button and watch the idiots do their thing without the sound on. Hilarious..... Or just turn it off.


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