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And, as all who look into the matter will clearly see, it all began with the metaphysical teachings of Essek William Kenyon.

Essek William Kenyon Essek William Kenyon, whose life and ministry were enormously impacted by such cults as Science of Mind, the Unity School of Christianity, Christian Science, and New Thought metaphysics, is the true father of the modern-day Faith movement.

Its emphases on faith, the authority of the believer, and the absolute veracity of Scripture could appear to be just what today’s church needs.

And yet, I am convinced that this movement poses one of the greatest contemporary threats to orthodox Christianity from within.

A case in point are the thousands of “documented” healings claimed by Hinn.

A medically naive person reading the pathology report may well see the notation “no evidence of malignancy” and be duped into thinking that a bona fide healing had indeed taken place. Preston Simpson, however, was not fooled by the report.

The progression from bad to worse has continued with people like Kenneth Copeland and Charles Capps, and is now reaching heretical heights that are almost inconceivable through ministry leaders like Frederick Price, Benny Hinn, and Robert Tilton.

THE CAST OF CHARACTERS Twisted texts, make-believe miracles, and a counterfeit Christ are all common denominators of the Faith movement’s leading teachers.

Although proponents of Faith theology have attempted to sanitize the metaphysical concept of the “power of mind” by substituting in its stead the “force of faith,” for all practical purposes they have made a distinction without a difference.

New Thought writer Warren Felt Evans, for example, wrote that “faith is the most intense form of mental action.” In treating a patient, Evans commented that “the effect of the suggestion [or positive affirmation that the patient is well] is the result of the faith of the subject, for it is always proportioned to the degree in which the patient Likewise, H.

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