“DEFINING DECEPTION IS COMING AND YOU CAN EXPECT THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY TO TAKE NOTICE.”
Is it really “lack of faith” that keeps some people in a wheelchair or hungry in a third world nation? Christianity Today recently released an article detailing how millions of young adults now venture into churches hoping to experience the “mystical” and the miraculous. In these churches, wealthy preachers explain that, “God wants people to experience miracles that heal.” How should evangelicals respond to this version of faith proffered by the likes of Bill Johnson, TD Jakes, Robert Morris, and Benny Hinn? In Defining Deception, Costi Hinn & Anthony Wood, document the one hundred year rise of these so-called “miracle preachers” along with the flourishing new mystical-miracle movement that’s abruptly turning mainstream Christianity into a show of emotion, stunts, and manipulation.
“Little did I know that this coastline was part of the Aegean Sea—the same body of water the apostle Paul sailed while spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. There was just one problem: We weren’t preaching the same gospel as Paul.”
COSTI HINN | SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 | CHRISTIANITY TODAY
COSTI HINN & ANTHONY WOOD are committed to exposing deceptions surrounding the modern “mystical-miracle” movement. Both have written and spoken extensively on the matter, describing it as, “Attempting to corrupt the evangelical church from the inside…”
Costi is the nephew of notorious “faith healer” Benny Hinn and grew up entrenched within the inner circle of greed and chicanery. Anthony founded a 2,000 person weekly ministry to college students and participated in conferences and television specials by infamous televangelists. These unique backgrounds inspire each man’s holy zeal for people to know the dangers involved with false teaching and false promises.
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