Kenneth Hagin & Jan Crouch

Kenneth Erwin Hagin (August 20, 1917 - September 19, 2003) was an influential American Pentecostal preacher. Janice Wendell Bethany Jan Crouch (born March 14, 1938) is a religious broadcaster and, with her husband Paul, co-founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). 5.0/5

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The Word-Faith Movement* By Gary E. Gilley The fastest growing segment of professing Christianity today is the Word-Faith Movement, also known as the Positive Confession or simply "Faith" movement. Its growth is at least partially due to the massive amounts of money the leaders are able to extract from the faithful. This influx of cash allows for huge buildings and extensive ministries, and more importantly, wide exposure on television, which translates into numerical growth. Not only do many Word-Faith preachers broadcast their services and campaigns, but Word-Faith adherents, Paul and Jan Crouch, own the largest Christian-based television network in the world. The Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), founded by the Crouches, with an estimated net worth of approximately $600 million dollars, is capable of televising the Faith message (as well as many other errant messages) all over the world. Well-known personalities within the movement include Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland, Robert Tilton (who is stagin ...
"Is the Word of Faith movement biblical?" Answer: Word of Faith teaching is decidedly unbiblical. It is not a denomination and does not have a formal organization or hierarchy. Instead, it is a movement that is heavily influenced by a number of high-profile pastors and teachers such as Kenneth Hagin, Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, Paul and Jan Crouch, and Fred Price. The Word of Faith movement grew out of the Pentecostal movement in the late 20th century. Its founder was E. W. Kenyon, who studied the metaphysical New Thought teachings of Phineas Quimby. Mind science (where "name it and claim it" originated) was combined with Pentecostalism, resulting in a peculiar mix of orthodox Christianity and mysticism. Kenneth Hagin, in turn, studied under E. W. Kenyon and made the Word of Faith movement what it is today. Although individual teachings range from completely heretical to completely ridiculous, what follows is the basic theology most Word of Faith teachers align themselves with. At the heart of the Word ...
By Michael Houke   The Word-Faith Movement gets its teachings from E.W. Kenyon (1867-1948) and recently from Kenneth Hagin and Kenneth Copeland. Kenyon got many of his teachings from Metaphysical cults such as New Age Thought, Christian Science, and Gnosticism. There are basically five doctrines of this movement, they are as follows:   1. Revelation Knowledge 2. Tongues 3. Faith 4. Healing 5. Prosperity   Another name for this movement/cult is the popular “ Prosperity Gospel”. Summed up briefly this movement believes that based on the amount of one’s faith they can say it or will it and they can have all the riches they desire. One proponent of this movement, Frederick K.C. Price once said; “I drive a Rolls Royce because I have a Rolls Royce kind of faith, if you drive a Volkswagen it’s because you have a Volkswagen kind of faith.” This non-sense is taught nowhere in scripture and is completely heretic.   Some of the more well-known preachers of this Movement/Cult are as follows:   John A ...
False Teachers 1 John 4:1 "Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God; because many false prophets have gone out into the world." 2 John 1:9,10 "If anyone comes to you and does not bring the Doctrine of Christ, do not receive him into your house nor greet him; for he who greets him shares in his evil deeds." FALSE TEACHERS... Benny Hinn, T.D. Jakes, Paula White, Mark Charonna, Frederick Price, Creflo Dollar, Joyce Meyer, Morris Cerello, Paul & Jan Crouch, Rod Parsley, R.W. Shambach, Carlton Pearson, John Avanzinni, Kenneth & Gloria Copeland, John Hagee, Jessie Duplantis, Oral Roberts, Richard Roberts, Kent Hovind, Kenneth Hagin Sr. & Jr., Rodney Howard Browne,Rinehard Bonnke, Texx Marrs, John Kilpatrick, Clarence McClendon, Rick Joyner, Robert Schuller, Marilyn Hickey, Charles Capps, Harold Camping, Arnold Murray, Robert Tilton, Andrew Wommack. Click here to see why these people are false teachers and prophets FALSE PROPHETS...Ellen G. White, Joseph Smith, Kim Clem ...
Obedience not only lines you up for blessing but many other people for generations are also blessed. Some examples to ponder: Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Joseph, Ruth, Esther. I think about great men of faith like Kenneth Hagin and Billy Graham. Paul and Jan Crouch. Reinhard Bonnke. So why do we keep pet sins? Flee from temptation and get under the blessing and be a blessing :)
Joyce Meyer is a Word of Faith Charismatic / New Age teacher who preaches along the lines of Kenneth Copeland, Kenneth Hagin, Fred Price, Charles Capp, Benny Hinn, Paul and Jan Crouch, and those who appear on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), etc. Listen to the audio below for a full a list of all her most serious heresies: (Jesus tortured in *** Jesus first born again man, Jesus became sin on the cross and stopped being the son of God, our sins atoned in *** and not on the cross, etc., and Joyce Meyer teaches that she is sinless.] Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. Note: Audio above posted by DTW is not an endorsement of the author, their website, ministry or any links therein. Readers are cautioned to use discernment at all times and test everything by the Word of God. Joyce Meyer also teaches that we are little gods, see this article: Joyce Meyer is ...
Third in a series (originally printed 10/9/03) I believe the Word of Faith (WOF) movement is home to many false prophets. Both the Old and New Testaments are replete with warnings about false prophets and, on at least two occasions, the Apostle Paul called out by name men who were teaching false doctrine (1 Tim. 1:18-20; 2 Tim. 2:16-18). There is, therefore, biblical precedent for calling by name purveyors of spiritual error. Such action should not be undertaken lightly, however, so the names that follow are included only after great study and careful analysis: Kenneth Hagin. Recently passed away, he is considered the father of the modern WOF movement. Hagin claimed that his faith teachings came to him by divine revelation, but they were actually the product of his extensive plagiarizing of Essek W. Kenyon. Hagin’s son, Kenneth Jr., carries on his father’s work as pastor of Rhema Bible Church and head of its school in Tulsa, Ok. Boasting of at least eight personal visits from Christ, Hagin, as did h . ...
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