Faith Healing Cringe Fails: Part 3

Faith Healing Cringe Fails: Part 3

•• Can prayer heal disease or are televangelism & healing revivals giant money-making scams? Let’s debunk faith healers again! ••
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Learn the dark history behind Torben Sondergaard as we expose his failed healing attempts, legal troubles, and his trauma-inducing exorcisms. Discover televangelist Benny Hinn’s sketchy past and wild unsubstantiated claims, uncover Morris Cerullo’s alarming failure rate. Facepalm as faith healer John Mellor swished his healing hand over people but fails to actually heal them. And watch Pat Robertson’s hilarious failed Mitt Romney prophecy.

The Faith Healer’s Favorite Scam

The Faith Healer's Favorite Scam

Can pastors lift people out of wheelchairs and heal the disabled? Can preachers and evangelists heal those who are crippled? Or is the rise and walk miracle the faith healers biggest scam? If this popular trick isn’t an amazing miracle then what’s really happening? If it’s not a miraculous healing then how these people rising out of wheelchairs and running around the church? In this video we’ll analyze footage from Benny Hinn, Billy Burke, Reinhard Bonnke, John Mellor, W.V. Grant, Jack Coe, and other faith healing preachers through a scientific lens. We’ll explore their healing revivals and get a bigger picture to see what happens when the disabled people are followed up with afterwards. And we’ll determine once and for all if the Rise and Walk miracle is truly miraculous or one giant con.