HINN

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HINNHospital-Issued Notice of Noncoverage
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(http://www.bennyhinn.org/biography/) He claims he received a vision in 1974 when he saw people falling into a roaring inferno and a warning that if he did not preach the Gospel, every soul falling into the inferno will be Hinn's responsibility.
Benny Hinn: Healer or Hypnotist?, Skeptical Inquirer, 26(3), 14-17.
"The recent Dubai-Florida Link Expo has contributed substantially to the US-UAE bilateral relationship and elevated it to a strategic partnership, specifically with the introduction of new direct Emirates flights from Orlando to Dubai," Hinn said, adding that "we look forward to enhancing this series of tie-ups further in the months to come.
It seems that that such findings correlate to the conclusions arrived at by Wang, Kanfer, Hin and Arvan (Wang, Kanfer, Hinn & Arvan, 2001).
One afternoon, though, during a discussion of whether the Senate should be permitted to ask mega-ministries, like those of Benny Hinn and Bishop Eddie Long, to voluntarily provide financial information that could explain very large salaries, Pacific Ocean-based parsonages, and expensive transportation, every caller supported my opinion that indeed it could and should.
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Starnes sang for many years with Jimmy Swaggart and also with Benny Hinn and Bill Gaither; most recently, he has been featured on Daystar.
FOR MANY, spiritual healing calls to mind televangelists such as Benny Hinn, whose "Miracle Crusade" fills huge stadiums and sends devotees fainting backwards into the arms of burly attendants.
For James, these changes were symbolically captured in a February 2004 event called the "Festival of Blessings." Although American-based Charismatic televangelist Benny Hinn had not previously visited the Indian subcontinent, some "20,000 volunteers, a 1,000 member choir, 32 giant TV screens, an enclosure for 17,000 sick and disabled people, and parking facilities for 100,000 cars" were all orchestrated in Mumbai's Bandrakurla Complex to allow a reported 4.2 million people to participate in a three-day meeting, the largest crusade to date of Hinn's church.
So they opened their classes to the world: "They would allow anyone, anywhere to attend online, take quizzes, ask questions and even get grades for free," reports Steve Hinn for NPR.org.