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.
Jack Coe: the faith healer who kickstarted a nation-wide faith healing tent revival before landing himself in jail for practicing medicine without a license would con hundreds of thousands of Americans out of millions of dollars. He built a small empire, packed out arenas, and traveled the US in the world’s largest tent – claiming he possessed the gift of healing and spoke words of prophecy during the uncertain times of the Cold War. Joining the ranks of Oral Roberts, A. A. Allen, and William Branham, Jack Coe helped create the blueprint that laid the grounds for the modern faith healing con used by many health and wealth prosperity doctrine preachers today.
After working closely with Gordon Lindsay, editing the Voices of Healing Magazine, Reverend Jack Coe launched his own magazine, the Herald of Healing which reached over 300,000 members. Although he was exposed as a faith healing charlatan by Adon Taft of the Miami Herald, Pastor Jack Coe amassed a fortune while offering nothing but false hope and deception before the pastor died of polio at just 38 years old.
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