You might think this is salicious gossip–and it is! Benny Hinn, the most embarrassing faith healer to Christianity (or at least in the top 10), is being sued for infidelity. Charisma Media, according to Freethinker.co.uk, says Hinn violated a morality clause and they are demanding $250,000. This is probably pocket change for the TBN scam artist with the anti-gravity hair, but most likely he will ask his viewers to pay it in some manner. Isn’t it interesting that a media company claiming to be the leading Pentecostal publisher in the world has to insist on morality clauses from “moral” people?
The affair in question is a relationship with another evangelist–Paula White, one hot blonde who on her website wants to know “how you feel.” Well, we want to ask Hinn how Paula feels? Do Pentecostals slay each other in the spirit in the bedroom–think of the orgasms!
Our reliable source for this affair is oddly enough the National Enquirer who snapped shots of Hinn and White holding hands in Rome while Hinn was still married. Hinn has been around forever, but this is an example of what is going to happen as the Christian TV and Film industry becomes a media empire. The Christian celebs involved will become the target of gossip rags and all the dirty secrets are sure to come out. In the past, much of it has been swept under the rug due to lack of interest by our general media and the Christian media not wanting to bite the hand that feeds it. The mainstreaming of Christian entertainment will not be the moral beacon most Christians hope it will be. I predict that the money, the power, the sex and the usual creative differences will all lead to some downright ugly scenarios. Why? Because we already have numerous examples that have come to the surface as the result of the internet.
Lest you think the hand holding was innocent, Hinn’s wife has since divorced him and Hinn has confessed to the inappropriate relationship to the publisher. Will this stop Hinn from continuing his “blessed” ministry or Christian media from profiting off of this faith healing superstar? …No.
Shame on all you idiots who keep sending money to this fraud.