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Benny Hinn and the Neanderthal Man

Benny Hinn

The FACTs in plain sight

Benny Hinn, the word evolution is defined as, “1. gradual development. 2. development of species from earlier forms, as an explanation of origins” (The Oxford Desk Dictionary and Thesaurus, Oxford University Press, 1997, p. 262).

According to evolution, Neanderthal man was a part of the “Human Evolution Sequence,” which is said to have evolved from monkeys, arrived in Europe approximately 300,000 years ago, then went extinct approximately 20,000 to 30,000 years ago ( http://tinyurl.com/c4z967 ).

In short, evolution teaches that monkeys and humans have shared the same family tree, dating back millions of years.

With that in mind, read what Benny Hinn and Paul Crouch, Jr. discussed during the May 3, 2010 TBN “Praise the Lord” telecast:

Benny Hinn: Could be. We don’t know that. I believe, yes. But they were creatures, half-animal/half-man, described in detail in Revelation, we’ll go to in just a second.

Paul Crouch, Jr.: Neanderthal? Neanderthal man?

Benny Hinn: There was a race on this earth. They were not created in God’s image and likeness. That’s why no salvation was offered them.

[End of transcript]

The telecast may be viewed at http://tinyurl.com/34wzkg7 (scroll down to the Monday May 3, 2010 telecast and click on 300k for best viewing. The above discussion begins at 40:09 into the telecast).

Christianity teaches that man and woman did not evolve from apes, but were created by God. The creation of man (Adam) is found in Genesis 2:7-8:

Then the LORD God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being. The LORD God planted a garden toward the east, in Eden; and there He placed the man whom He had formed.

The creation of woman (Eve) is found in Genesis 2:21-22:

So the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and he slept; then He took one of his ribs and closed up the flesh at that place. The LORD God fashioned into a woman the rib which He had taken from the man, and brought her to the man.

Some reading this may think, Benny Hinn is just confused or He made a simple mistake. But Benny Hinn claims to have direct communication with the Holy Spirit. If he were serving the real God of the Bible he wouldn’t be a false prophet and false teacher.

FACT Man did not evolve from apes.

FACT Evolution is a lie.

FACT Neanderthal man never existed.

FACT The Bible refutes evolution and Benny Hinn and Paul Crouch, Jr.

FACT Benny Hinn needs to be avoided at all costs!

The Confusing World of Benny Hinn (book by M. Kurt Goedelman and G. Richard Fisher)

The Many Faces of Benny Hinn (3 DVDs)

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16 comments to Benny Hinn and the Neanderthal Man

  • TheEndTimesAreUponUs

    benny hinn is not only a heretic, but an adulterer too. see this link with pictures of him and paula white.

    the bible says, to refrain from all appearances of evil, but oh no, not these too. paula white is twice divorced, and benny hinn’s divorce is not yet final.

    see also

  • Elmarie A

    Benny Hinn does not like being exposed on Facebook by a group called Reformation Christians against False Prophets, False Teachers and TBN.

    I just received this message :

    12 August at 22:33
    we have been informed that it is copyright infringement to post a link to a video directly from hinn’s site onto FB. If there is a video from hinn that you wish to post, please find it on another filter site such as youtube. It seems that benny doesn’t like his videos being used without his permission and FB looks at it as copyright infringment.

    Let’s stay within FB’s parameters. There is plenty of fodder out there via other media sites that we can post a link to. If you want to post something directly from his site, please just post the link and NOT the content/video/audio.

    This will now be group policy. Anyone disregarding this will on the first offense have their post removed and on a second infringement of this policy be removed from the group.

    We value your input but we do not want the group closed again.
    thanks for following our policy.
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=149264058423513

    Considering this notice it is becoming more and more evident that control is getting more and more stricter on Social networks like Facebook.

  • Elmarie A

    TheEndTimesAreUponUs

    Thank you for the info we have taken notice of this and posted links at Bob’s Newsdesk
    here:

  • TheEndTimesAreUponUs

    you’re welcome. God bless and keep up the good work of the kingdom!

  • Paul

    Benny Hinn is a liar. I have a BBC audio interview with him where he acknowledges that he has never healed anyone and that he is going to stop holding his healing meetings, that was many years ago, he still does it. He, amongst others, pay healthy people to sit in wheelchairs and be “healed”.

    Hinn, Crouch, Graham member of the (Louisiana Grand Lodge, Jim Shaw was at his inauguration), and many others are all high level Freemasons Which is Satan Worship.

    I have asked others who believe in “Healing-on-demand” if they have any medically documented proof of healing – NOT one. Of coarse God heals, but not on the demand of cultists.

    Paul Crouch is a sodomite who paid his male chauffeur to have sex with him in his limo.

    These are not the Lords people. I do not know of one TV evangelist who serve the Lord Jesus Christ, thar’s right, not one.

  • Deborah (Discerning the World)

    Paul

    “Heal on Demand” haha I like that. Yes, ask for proof, and you never get any. What you do get however are personal threats.

  • Roy

    Hmmm… strong language. Out of all the ‘FACTs’ that I saw, there’s only one that actually IS a fact… Sorry folks, opinions don’t make facts. My answer is usually, ‘I wasn’t there when it happened…’ I have searched with a objective, scientific mindset (May I suggest most creationists/ evolutionists are not truly objective?), and one HAS to wonder about the fosiles that have been found. Simple denial of the existence of the bones that were found is, well, sort of ignorant, much like an atheist might say that God doesn’t exist. May I suggest the gap theory (Drake’s study Bible is great for this), or a site like Godandscience.org with yet a very different view as well?

    As far as Benny goes, I know there are may opinions out there, and I can’t say I’ve done any research. I can say that through Benny’s book ‘Good morning Holy Spirit’ I was given a great hunger to spend time with God.

    So there’s my $0.02

    Roy

  • Paul

    Hi Roy,

    You don’t have to “Be there”. I was not at the world cup but it happened and nobody can convince me otherwise.

    There is plenty of proof that the Bible is true and plenty of proof that Evolution is just stupid – Junk Science.

    What bones Roy, there are not enough human or half-ape bone discovered to fill a coffin. Evolutionary scientists have brilliant imaginations (and that’s all). They found a TOOTH and turned into an Ape-man through artists impressions – Come On! Of course it was Nebraska man, which, amongst many others, was proven to be a fraud.

    Fossils can be created in the Lab in a matter of hours and many fossils have been found that are recent, such as the cowboy boot fossil with the cowboys leg still inside it or the glass jar of fossilised pickles; there are lots more but let’s no belabour it.

    You may not suggest that we are not objective, I will tell you that we are not, NOBODY is objective about their passion otherwise they should just sit mum.

    As for the “Gap Theory” just a little “scientific” investigation proves that to be junk science. E.G. How long can plants live without sunlight? Plants were created the “Day” before Sunlight, does that mean that plants can live for millions of years in the dark, or was it a “Yom”, a 24 hour day?

    The Scriptures are true, accurate and correct and just a little investigation proves this. People have been trying for hundreds of years to disprove it without success. Science text books have a 10/20 year lifespan before they are useless and shown to be in error, the Scripture (Not the New Age Bibles, Bibble is a pagan goddess) has never changed and remains the longest surviving Science book ever. It is also a medical book, a history book, a spiritual book and a book for your whole life. Did you know that 3000 years ago the Scripture talks about, the Atomic theory, Spectrum analysis, the Cycle of evaporation and precipitation, the Earth as a sphere and many other of the sciences? Science has only discovered these in the last couple of hundred years.

    Only a supernatural mind can mention things of which the human mind has no concept. Job wrote of these things but only through the revelation of God. How could Moses ever have understood the exact progress of the sciences and in which order they would have to happen to create the world? He did nit, he was given the info by the one and only true God and he was just the Scribe as was job and all the others in the Scripture, that is why it is never wrong.

    If you want facts, Roy, just ask and I will provide them for you. It is these facts which are one of the things that make my faith so much stronger.

    So there’s my 1c. :)

  • Elmarie A

    Roy wrote:

    As far as Benny goes, I know there are may opinions out there, and I can’t say I’ve done any research. I can say that through Benny’s book ‘Good morning Holy Spirit’ I was given a great hunger to spend time with God.

    It will be safer for you to read your Bible instead of BH books. Benny Hinn has been proven and exposed over and over to be a false teacher and a total heretic. Maybe it is time for you to do some research. How can one trust a man like BH and just read his books without discernment hmmm well it beats me.

    The book you read of BH did he tell the readers they are sinners and should repent of their sin and did he tell his readers there will be a day of judgement for all?

    When I watch BH nothing he says makes sense it all seems illogical why because he is a wolf in sheeps clothing and true believers can see trough his lies.

    Here is more proof that Benny Hin should be avoided at all costs.

    Benny Hinn – False Teacher & a False Prophet

    Benny Hinn is a False Prophet & False Teacher, and is involved in the Prosperity gospel. He has also confessed that there are 9 beings within the Godhead! As a False Prophet Benny Hinn has Falsely Prophesied & Falsely Predicted many things to happen in the future as seen below that did NOT happen. In 1989 Benny Hinn Falsely Prophesied to his congregation (Orlando Christian Center, Florida) what the Lord told him was going to happen in the 1990’s (see below video). He said: That all the Homosexuals in America would die by fire in the late 1990’s, (Didn’t Happen!). He said that Fidel Castro was going to Die in the 1990’s (Didn’t Happen!). Read More of his Quotes below, and Watch (Listen to) some of the these MANY False Prophecies in these Video Clips. He has Not Publicly Repented of his False Prophecies to this day. He has misled God’s people. He also mixes Biblical Truth with Error, that is where the Deception is.

    JUSTIN PETERS, Evangelist, Christian Speaker & Critic of Benny Hinn, said in this below statement in an Article he wrote on SO4J.com: Scripture Exposes False Prophets – Part 4. Justin Peters said—”Evangelist Benny Hinn, for example, has a habitual problem with the truth. He has been caught in numerous lies about his own life and ministry. He has threatened not only his critics, but also their innocent children. He claims to have been visited by Elijah and the late Kathryn Kuhlman (a Word of Faith Evangelist to whom he often refers for inspiration), and he reports to get “an anointing” from visiting the grave of Aimee Semple McPherson, founder of the Foursquare Gospel movement – evidence that Hinn has delved into the biblically forbidden realm of necromancy (Deut 18:10-11; Lev 20:27; Jer 14:14).” (End)

    If you cannot Discern that this man is a False Teacher / False Prophet after seeing these Videos below, you need to do a better job SEARCHING the Scriptures (Acts 17:11), because his Lifestyle & his False Prophecies do NOT line up with God’s Word. This is NOT a Personal Attack on Benny Hinn. We LOVE & PRAY for Benny— we must share our DEEP CONCERN for the MANY FALSE PROPHECIES & the Errors Benny states Publicly in the Pulpit. Read:JUDGING OTHERS – SHOULD CHRISTIANS JUDGE? AND Beware of False Teachers Believer’s are NOT to Judge a person’s MOTIVES (Matt 7:1), but we are to Judge a Fellow Believer’s (a Teacher’s) ACTIONS / FRUIT (Matt 7:15-23, John 7:24, 1 Cor 5:12-13, 1 John 4:1, 1 Cor 14:29, 1 Thess 5:21, Rev 2:2-3, Titus 1:9-16) to make sure the Essential Christian Doctrine is Correct— to make sure it’s NOT Contrary to God’s Word, and the “Teachings of Jesus.”

    You may read more here, just one of hundreds of sites that has exposed Hinn as a false teacher.

  • Paul

    Elmarie. Benny Hinndu is a 33 degree Freemason, that should tell you something and yes, do some research.

  • Elmarie A

    Paul wrote:

    Elmarie. Benny Hinndu is a 33 degree Freemason,

    lol lol lol lol that was funny lol lol lol
    Thanks Paul
    Nothing should surprise us about BH. Another site that watches him closely also:

  • louise

    Hi Paul,

    God can use anything or anybody to speak to you. You having a hunger for the Lord after reading his book was only through the Holy Spirit not his book. Now that you know the truth about Benny I trust and know you will stay clear. Its no mistake you were bought to this site. Loads of good information is obtained here and once again the Holy Spirit will lead you into all truths. thank you.

  • Paul

    Hi Louise. I get a hunger for the Lord by reading His book, not the works of a false prophet who mixes little lies with lots of truth (and sometimes big lies); leave his books alone and read His books.

    I do not for one second accept that the Lord would use BH to talk to me, faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God not by the word of Satans messenger.

    Inspiration comes from the Word which is true, how many lies are in the BH books.

  • PJamas

    Louise + Paul

    Paul, I gotta agree with louise there. She is not saying that BH’s book helped you in any way. She said…

    “You having a hunger for the Lord after reading his book was only through the Holy Spirit not his book.”

    I must also agree with Paul that God will never use anything satanic pass a Godly message across.

  • Martin Horan

    Elmarie,
    I read Hinn’s book some years ago and fell for it too. I mentioned elsewhere on this site that I listened to the “Holy Spirit.” I will repeat some of it here:
    I got great feelings and even joy–similar to the things that I’ve read pagan New Agers receive from their “spirit guides” when I was “listening to the Holy Spirit”. But I was led away by this Spirit from God and into a mental breakdown.
    God tells us in His Holy Word that He MAGNIFIES His WORD above His NAME [Psalm 138:2]. Please think on it!
    And what does His Word tell us about the Holy Spirit and what does that same Word say about the Holy Spirit’s work?
    It says the Holy Spirit will guide us into all Truth (and will not speak of Himself) [John 16:13].
    There is nothing in the Old or New Testaments that tells us to speak to or pray to the Holy Spirit; or that He speaks to us. We don’t need Him to speak to us when we have God’s Word into which He leads us.
    We cannot find anywhere in the Bible where Old or New Testament saints spoke to or prayed to the Holy Spirit–not a single instance!
    What we are told, via the Spirit in God’s Word, is “Now (when it was written) that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils…” [1 Tim 4:1].
    If you want proof that Benny Hinn is one of those people, I suggest you Google Amazon for the book called “The Confusing World of Benny Hinn” and check it in that book for yourself.
    All the facts and evidence in it are preented by mature Christians.
    We are told in the Bible that he who answers a matter before he has heard it is foolish and stupid [Proverbs 18:13]. So we should consider everything objectively before jumping to conclusions.
    A read through that book will show you that it is objectively written and filled with facts, giving all the sources. The writers wish to defend true Christianity, not malign anyone. Remember that the Apostle Paul named the names of apostates.
    Jesus Himself was scathing towards Saducees, Scribes and Pharisees. Charltans deserve to be exposed, especially when they can and do lead others to perdition.

  • JOhn

    @ Paul:

    Hi Paul,

    just wondering what evidence you have of this theory of your thaat Benny Hinn is a 33 degree Mason???
    Is it off another watchdog ministry??? and where did they get their information???

    People talk of proving these men and women to be false prophets. If people spent the same time seeking God (which Roy was encouraged and inspired to do after reading Good morning Holy Spirit) then maybe the world would be a better place. I personally have read the book mentinoed and find no theological error in it whatsoever. Some other things said from stages around the world can be eronious, but why chuck the baby out with the bathwater??? BH is an evangelist and not a Pastor or Teacher, his giftings are different and like anyone who goes beyond their mandate, error can occur. He is at least humble enough to admit when he is wrong adn change his doctrine… Are you ???

    Something to think about

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