By Staff Writer
From Christian Today (not Christianity Today)
After turning his back on the prosperity gospel, Benny Hinn has admitted that his teachings “damaged a lot of people”.
In a sit-down interview with Encounter TV, the televangelist said that he didn’t want to be “known as the prosperity teacher” and that there was “gimmickry” involved in such teachings that “needs to stop”.
Hinn surprised many in the Christian community when he told his followers during a recent live broadcast that the Holy Ghost was “fed up” with preachers promising blessings in exchange for donations, and that he was “correcting” his theology. Click here to continue reading.
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