propasaurus: Brown's personal finances were the subject of much discussion by that time, after a divorce and a lawsuit revealed details of his lifestyle, which included Rolex watches, Las Vegas shopping sprees and a 4,455-square-foot home in Alaqua Lakes, with a $7,000 monthly mortgage paid by Faith World.
Benevolent Misanthrope: propasaurus: Brown's personal finances were the subject of much discussion by that time, after a divorce and a lawsuit revealed details of his lifestyle, which included Rolex watches, Las Vegas shopping sprees and a 4,455-square-foot home in Alaqua Lakes, with a $7,000 monthly mortgage paid by Faith World.What? He's just a living example of his own prosperity gospel preaching.
snocone: Peeps, if some jackwagon tells you he represents some "god" so inept as to need your money, just walk away.
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Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Orange Circuit Judge Lisa Munyon entered a final judgment June 2, setting the church and other Faith World properties for online auction next week.[d2rvtpubbwmp0b.cloudfront.net image 466x349]They must be related.
Because People in power are Stupid: Say what you want about Hinn, he was one bad ass street fighter.[static.gamespot.com image 221x128][americablog.com image 290x159]
keloyd: My Catholic priest gets a used car, a room in a house shared with other priests, and an annual salary of $11,400 as of 2013, just sayin.
lawboy87: I was hoping that Hinn's fortunes has been reversed, but alas after actually RTFA, this was not the case. Hinn is going about his business of fleecing the rubes, unmolested. Hell, he may even swoop back in and reclaim the property at the auction for a fraction of what he had sold it for previously. He's slick like that, but most con artists are.
lelio: How does he get that many people to fall over in his productions? I read one story online where a guy said that he had everyone stand for a long time with their arms above their heads and then blasted them with some loud music.He probably can only pay off the people that come up on stage and flop around on the floor. I suspect the people in the audience have been swept up in the moment and wanted to feel like the holy spirit was entering (leaving?) them. So probably not fakery, just people that are willing dupes.
pudgyv: The only thing Benny Hinn had to do with this was to sell the property to pastor Clint Brown. It was Brown and his group who defaulted. Now, I'm no fan of Benny Hinn the con man but how does this foreclosure make him a "disgraced televangelist?"
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