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Apologetics Index update: Gentle Wind Project

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  • Anton and Janet Hein-Hudson
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    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 24, 2005

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      == Gentle Wind Project

      We have at long last posted an entry on the Gentle Wind Project:

      The Gentle Wind Project, based in Kittery, Maine (USA), says it attempts "to eliminate enough suffering and damaging human behavior to insure all of humanity a better future."

      To this end, the organization - which describes itself as "a not-for-profit world healing organization with a remarkable healing technology" - claims to have developed "Instruments [...] that would alleviate most negative human conditions, along with telepathic abilities to transmit these healings to anyone. "

      In case that makes you wonder, the organization helpfully proclaims that "[t]he technology available through The Gentle Wind Project comes from the Spirit World, not the human world."

      The project has attracted some attention in the media, not in the least place because it sued former members and others who have posted some critical notes on the Internet.

      == Living Church of God

      The Living Church of God was recently in the news because of a shooting that took place at one of its services.  We provide some background information in this entry (yet to be expanded to include more details):

      == Benny Hinn

      The Apologetics Index entry on Benny Hinn has been updated with information about the recent NBC Dateline documentary, as well as Benny Hinn's lawsuit against Dateline:

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      Anton and Janet Hein-Hudson
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