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12.04.2006

Help Evangelist Benny Hinn . . .

. . . finish off the down payment on his Gulfstream G4SP jet called Dove One. He is seeking 6,000 of you to pledge $1,000. Really. Edit: You know, the more I look at this, the more astonished I am. Jesus would have washed the feet of those that checked the tire pressure on the jet, but he never would have stepped foot in it.

23 comments:

gman said...

That is the definition of Legal Theft!

Anonymous said...

He just needs to apply for a Bush Administration Faith-Based Initiative grant. If they gave Pat Robertson $14 million, I am sure they can scrape up enough for Mr. Hinn's airplane. Mr. Hinn is such a faithful stewarddddah of the Lorddddah.

Anonymous said...

What may I ask is a Benny Hinn and why does it need a Jet?

Anonymous said...

I sometimes watch him for the pure fun of it. He's right up there with Rev. Tilton. Really, it's very scary that people actually listen to him and believe what he says.

Anonymous said...

FAR ON NUNS!

Anonymous said...

These guys continue to bilk their blind followers. It's tragic and cruel. But if you're one of his true believers, send him more $$$$. He really needs it to further his scam.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Hinn's organization should definitely lose their tax exempt status. What a disgusting thief.

Anonymous said...

ya'll just need to click on that one, that says "recieve Jesus Christ". Then you won't be able to gripe..........

Anonymous said...

3:47 - loved your post!

If I had a thousand dollars to give that nutcase, I'd earmark it for a new hairdo (his is godawful) and a dark suit.

And those trained seals he has to catch folks when they swoon.

Wonder what salaries those guys make?

Anonymous said...

Thanks 5:04 PM from 3:47. I must admit I was initially "taken" by his Nehru collars - I thought he was some Indian Guru who switched to evangelism. His jacket reminded me of the one my Grandmother made me back in the 70's – mine was bright yellow, and very cool. He kind of put me in a trance, but I balked at sending him "a pledge".

I think all the reds and the blues around Wise County and the US should join together to push our beloved elected ones to revoke these evildoer's tax-exempt statuses.

mzchief said...

Hmmmmmm?
Exactly WHY are international organizations like Churches/Religious Organizations exempt from paying taxes in the United States, ESPECIALLY when they have jets, world class art collections and their own army/Swiss Guards @ Vatican City?


Oh RIGHT!
ALL of them claim to being doing "GOD'S work"!

Anonymous said...

5:03 PM - I believe in the rule of "i before e, except after c", and when I clicked on your button, it took me straight to hell, and I'll be damned if I didn't see Benny Hinn there himself.

Anonymous said...

shut up, mzchief

Anonymous said...

Another counterfeit Christian. They are everywhere. Don't be deceived.

Anonymous said...

10:51 - you are SO right. We even need to be on guard in our own churches. Sometimes all this "glitz and glitter" in the services has a Benny Hinn twist to it.

Pack em' in - entertain em' and get their money.

Not all churches, of course.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, another example of the the "come to Jesus and get rich and healthy" gospel (aka the "prosperity gospel" heresy).

Anonymous said...

but Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton r really helping LOL!

m&m said...

Our dear ole Kenneth Copeland right down here in Rhome,Texas did the same thing last year. Disgusting.

Anonymous said...

Kenneth is from Newark...not Rhome.

greta said...

I think I am going to throw up. What a load of crap.

The sad thing is that, there are people out there that truly believe in Mr. Hinn. Wake Up! Morons! He's a con man, as are 90% of all those religious goo-roos.

I am curious, is it a write-off for the moron who sends him money?

Anonymous said...

5:31 - good idea about politicians cracking down on such charlatans as Hinn, but old Bible thumping Phil King would likely turn you down on that idea.

Anonymous said...

12:33 - now listen here, don't be criticizing Brother Copeland.

He made a western movie. By golly that ranks the old boy up there with John Wayne.

Copeland has meaner eyes than Bronson.

Preachers are mostly actors anyway.

Anonymous said...

yes, you can deduct a charitable contribution such as those to a church. most of us that go to church already knew that.