Trinity Broadcasting Teachers

I know that after I leave, savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock

"The biggest mistakes Christians make today is short-term thinking. We act as if the abundant life that Jesus talked about means here and now - wealth, success, life free of problems, comfort. Many think the purpose of becoming a Christian is so their life will be balanced and successful. They're expecting heaven on earth. Heaven comes later. This is the testing time. The truth is, God is more interested in our character than He is our comfort, because you're not taking your comforts into heaven. You are taking your character into heaven. We are created to become like Christ in His character, His Godliness, His values and attitudes." Rick Warren, The Purpose-Driven Life.

In my opinion, the Word-Faith movement is far more dangerous than any of the cults because they have infiltrated the church and leave the distinct impression with the secular world that their brand of "Christianity" truly represents Christianity. In truth, it represents the worst teachings ever to go under the name "Christian." It is unfortunate that Christian leaders are so afraid of Paul Crouch that they won't stand up to him, but continue to broadcast their programs on TBN or commend TBN's work. Unfortunately, there are those who, unable to defend their Word-Faith views, are resorting to public, personal attacks against me, to the point of libel, demonstrating themselves to be the wolves that they are. Regardless of their attacks, they will not only fail to shut down this web site, but will spur me on to add more material. If you are a TBN supporter who thinks people like myself are causing division, read what these people say carefully, then ask yourself, "What would a non-Christian think if TBN was his first introduction to Christianity and he heard this stuff?" and "Are these the types of teachings the early Christians were willing to die for?" The Trinity Broadcasting Network cares little for doctrine. It matters not to them whether a preacher teaches there are three in the Godhead, nine in the Godhead, or if they deny the Trinity altogether, as in the case of T. D. Jakes. On October 29th, 1999, on a CNN Chat session, Matt Crouch told me that doctrine was not important. Below are the results of such thinking. Updated January 8, 2003.

The Gospel According To:

Kim Clement
Updated March 27, 2003

Kenneth Copeland

Paul Crouch

Markus Bishop

Creflo Dollar
Updated January 8, 2003

Jesse DuPlantis

Kenneth Hagin
Kenneth Hagin

Marilyn Hickey

Benny Hinn

T. D. Jakes

Bob Larson

Joyce Meyer

Rod Parsley

Fred Price

Della Reese - New Thought Minister
Della Reese

Robert Schuller

Tommy Tenney
Tommy Tenney

Jack Van Impe

Joni Eareckson Tada Comments On Word-Faith Teachers and Teachings


1 Americans The Apostle Paul writes his first epistle to the church in America.


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Hank Hanegraaff's theme is that there are scores of influential teachers who use the media to promote antibiblical doctrines and subvert the historic Christian faith. His expose' is accompanied by solutions for restoring Christ-centered Christianity.

When God Weeps : Why Our Sufferings Matter to the Almighty by Joni Eareckson Tada, forever puts to death the nonsense of the Word-Faith movement. 

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