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Punching for Jesus

I will probably offend a few people with this post, but if you believe this heap of horse doodie, I probably wouldn’t want to maintain a friendship with you to begin with.  Here goes.

Todd Bentley, a convicted criminal and   founded the revivalist organization Fresh Fire USA.  Bentley has come under fire because he “heals” people by kicking them in the face, stomach or punching them.  ARE YOU FREAKIN’ KIDDING ME? Yes, you read that correctly.  He HEALS by kicking people in the face.  I have heard a lot of insane religious stories, but this one is just over the top, and WHO in their right mind would subject themselves to this violence?  Obviously there are a lot of people who are since his ministry is flourishing.  It is all very disturbing to me.  He claims that he kicked a woman in the face with his biker boot and when his foot made contact with her nose, she “fell unto the power of God”.  No.  She probably saw stars from being boot kicked in the face. 

  The gift of faith said “kick her in the face with your biker boot”.



Why yes…yes, this is so believable.  *sarcasm*



You can’t make this shit up and this is just more proof of the fools in our world who will buy into ANYTHING.  Pitiful.  I’m embarrassed for these people.

Author, activist, lover of all animals and a few people.

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2 comments to Punching for Jesus

  • RadioDejay

    It reminds me of Ernest Angley. He would hit them in the forehead with his palm of his hand. If you ask me I feel that preacher is another fake healer who rips off sick people who are desperate for a cure. Some of those people that were on those videos are pretending to be sick and healed.
    I will say one thing if you are looking for a comedy you can watch this guy. I am sure you would laugh you butt off!

    • prinnie

      I find all religion to be comedy. JMO This is just another man exploiting obviously DUMB people who would even believe for one second that he is a prophet, let alone a faith healer.

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