Miracle workers such as Benny Hinn are followed and interviwed in this American Undercover documentary. It questions if faith and prayer can heal.

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Miracle workers such as Benny Hinn are followed and interviwed in this American Undercover documentary. It questions if faith and prayer can heal.

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Hinn's as representative of Christianity as...
29 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

...as Hitler is for Atheism. Furthermore, the fact that Hinn calls himself a Christian doesn't make it so. If I called myself a Muslim it wouldn't be true regardless of what I claimed to be (and what TV show I had).

We can take my analogy on infinitum. Does a corrupt cop give cops a bad name? Does a corrupt politician?

on the movie, it was entertaining because on the whole I enjoy watching fools being separated from their money. For those who died however it is very tragic and a shame they were taken advantage of. Especially if money given to Hinn was at the expense of real treatment. Hinn will have his day, and it may take until his dying day, but he will get it.


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