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No. My answer is simple. Their fruit bears them out. Sure there may be some good being broadcast on their station, but for the most part, they are corrupt, money-grabbing apostates tailoring their messages to an itching ears generation of false converts. This is just the plain truth based on their reputation over the years. From the Prosperity message to telling people they are little gods on par with God, the lies they spread around the world have caused much damage.
I have watched a number of programs on TBN and my view is that there is a mix between Pentecost Bible teachers/charismatic Word of Faith Prosperity/Health & Wealth Bible teachers and some conservative Evangelical Bible teachers. I believe it is fair to objectively evaluate the sets of preachers appearing on the channel in order to arrive at fair assessment. For example, I have lots of reservations on some of the unbiblical doctrines advanced by some Word-Faith Bible teachers who regularly patronize the channel. Some of these Bible teachers openly or covertly misrepresent the revelation of Scripture in an effort to advance their doctrines. Some claim inspirational or prophetic revelation of sorts,contrary to what the scriptures teach (Hebrews 1:1-2). There are however a number of Bible teachers who I consider faithful in handling the word of God. My view is that TBN and other related global satellite ministries such as Daystar generally represent the topology of the global urban church ministries today where charismatic pentecostalism is the fastest growing face of the church. The Bible should always be the sole yardstick on which a preacher's message should be weighed.
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