The Trinity Broadcasting Network is in the news
"The world's largest Christian broadcasting network responded Wednesday to
recent news articles about its operations and once again denied a claim by
a former employee that he had a homosexual affair with its founder.
The alleged affair inspired the Los Angeles Times - the newspaper that
broke the story - to also take a look at TBN's "prosperity gospel."
> That was also the subject of
a series of articles published in 1998 by the Orange County Register,
prompted by the completion of TBN's lavish new headquarters.
The prosperity gospel is not the only unbiblical teaching promoted by TBN.
In fact, the station promotes such an incredible amount of heretical
material, including extremist Word-Faith teachings, that it is often
referred to as "The Blasphemy Network."
More in our updated entry on TBN:
Anton and Janet Hein-Hudson
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