Lindsey drops TBN

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  1. Linda64

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    First TBN drops Lindsey,
    now Lindsey drops TBN
    Best-selling author says Christian network tried to muzzle his views on radical Islam
    Posted: January 3, 2006
    1:00 a.m. Eastern

    © 2006 WorldNetDaily.com

    Hal Lindsey, considered the best-selling non-fiction writer alive today, has notified the Trinity Broadcasting Network he will not return to his twice-weekly Christian commentary program, "The International Intelligence Briefing," because of what he considers to be efforts to muzzle his opinions about radical Islam.

    Lindsey, author of "The Late Great Planet Earth" and many other best-selling books and a weekly columnist for WND, has anchored the program for the last 12 years on the world's largest Christian network.

    The announcement follows an abrupt six-week suspension of the popular TBN-sponsored program by Jan Crouch, TBN's vice president for programming.

    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=48163
     
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    TBN is a hot bed of Word Faith heretical teaching. Paul and Jan Crouch have gotten rich peddling this trash.
     
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    HERE is the link to TBN's response to Lindsey. I found A letter HERE on Lindsey's website but I don't think it is the one to which Crouch replied as Crouch's letter refers to at least one comment not made in Lindsey's linked letter.
     
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    The Blasphemy Network just got a little less heretical, but never fear. I am quite sure they will replace him with someone equally heretical. Don't care about TBN or Hal Lyndsey.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    What exactly has Hal Lyndsey ever said that you thought was "heretical?"
     
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    Terry_Herrington:
    ==While I don't always agree with Hal Lindsey I think it is way over the top to say he is heretical. Mr Lindsey teaches all of the foundational doctrines of Christianity, not denying even one of them. I am not aware of even one major problem with Mr Lindsey's doctrinal teachings. The only real problem I have with Mr Lindsey is that he is sometimes rather sensational. However that is hardly heresy.

    Martin.
     
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    At any rate, Hal Lindsey will have a new program on Sky Angel. [​IMG]
     
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    I can tell you don't like Hal Lindsey, Joseph--you can't even spell his name correctly!! [​IMG]

    LINDSEY, not LYNDSEY
     
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    ==While I don't always agree with Hal Lindsey I think it is way over the top to say he is heretical. Mr Lindsey teaches all of the foundational doctrines of Christianity, not denying even one of them. I am not aware of even one major problem with Mr Lindsey's doctrinal teachings. The only real problem I have with Mr Lindsey is that he is sometimes rather sensational. However that is hardly heresy.

    Martin.
    </font>[/QUOTE]Martin,

    Perhaps, I should have used the words "false prophet" to be more accurate in describing him:

    Hal Lindsey's false prophecies

    Thanks for the correction and my apologies for the mistake. [​IMG]

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    Look for Lindseys new book " The Late Great TBN"
    or "How I Survived the Hairspray Heretics"
     
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    So Joseph, if someone disagrees with your view of biblical prophecy, they are heretics?
     
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    Terry,

    Did you notice that I corrected myself. Heretic was the wrong word for Hal. I should have said false prophet. That is easily demonstrated.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    Even that may be a little harsh Joe. While, no, the cold war has not continued, and the Old Soviet Union may not be Gog (I always struggled with that notion), a lot is still wait and see. There are all kinds of ideas out there regarding eschatology, as you know, and obviously everyone cannot be right. I think it would be injustice to say, of all of those who wound up being wrong, that they were all false prophets. I do not think that he is claiming some extra-biblical revelation, but simply taking current events and coming to the wrong conclusions, as any mortal man can so err.
    Of course, I am a premillenial dispensationist' (and that is not a dirty word) as such,that does put me pretty close to what is the basic gist of his beliefs. I offer no apologies for that, I simply see that scenario as the best fit for all of the Scriptures that speaks of the future. But, if time and eternity proves me wrong, I hope that I will not, for all eternity, have
    "FALSE PROPHET" stamped across my forehead.
     
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    All Lindsey's End Time books are fictional just as the Left Behind series by LeHaye.
     
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    Our Lord tells us that no man can know when He will return.

    That's enough for me.
     
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    The opinions on the BB don't matter anyway.
     
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    Aside from the fact that there is no shortage of Christians who don't realize either of these are fiction; when comparing the two, it becomes obvious that Lindsey's writings are considerably more copious with fiction than LaHaye's writings. It similar to the manner in which John Hagee says "the sky is falling" much more often than Chicken Little.
     

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