TBN granted status as a church

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Monergist, Mar 9, 2006.

  1. Monergist

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  2. go2church

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    I bet a highway sign would have been cheaper!
     
  3. nate

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    Somehow it's not surprising. :rolleyes:
     
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    Talk about a church with a cracked foundation.
     
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    er...you mean no foundation...
     
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    Ok, you got me there. [​IMG]
     
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    Re the thread title: how so? What sacraments, congregation and clergy do they have? Do they even preach the Word of God there? Sure ain't like any church I ever heard of.
     
  8. eloidalmanutha

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    it mu$t be the filthy lucre that $tink$ to high heaven . . . . . . $184.3 million in revenue$ :eek:
     
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    Interesting...I drive by what I thought was the "mother ship" at least 4 times a week. It looks like the white house and still has "Happy Birthday Jesus" lights up (unlit). They usually go up like in Oct (lit) I think.
    The "church" that it next to it no longer bears the name is used to (I think Christ Cathedral or something) but now is like "Trinity Church" and the TBN logo is on the sign. Where they heck are they based anyway. The one here is not too far away from the Trinity River.
     
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    *shudder*
    And I didn't know they owned this! :eek: "Their land also includes the home of the late country music great Conway Twitty and his Twitty City spread." ughh! [​IMG]
     

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