Spectacular But Unverified Claims

Bentley tells stories of remarkable healings. In fact, he claims that in his ministry 30 people have now been raised from the dead. Are these stories credible? Bentley claims that one man had been dead for 48 hours and was in a coffin. When the family gathered around at a funeral home, the man knocked from inside the coffin to be let out.

Well where are these resurrected people? Thirty resurrections, and the media haven't heard about this? If you died and were brought back to life, wouldn’t people be flocking around you to hear all about it? Is that something that would, or should, be kept secret? Who are these people? Where are the death certificates? And why not parade them at Bentley's meetings? If I am ever raised from the dead through anyone's ministry, you can be sure I'll put in a guest appearance.

Why hasn't Oprah invited on her show one of these 30-plus people Bentley claims have been brought back from the dead due to his "God-given" healing powers? Her audience would eat it up!

No. If any of this were true, every media outlet in the country would be reporting it. Things like this are big news! And the lack of any testimonials tells me all I want to know about Todd Bentley.

"The glory of God is intense. Miracles continue - tumors disappearing nightly, cancers and deaf ears being healed. It has been reported that more than 55 people in wheelchairs are receiving their healing."
-Todd Bentley

We shouldn't be surprised. Long ago, courageous missionaries to distant tribal cultures described both the source and the effect of shamanic magic. It's not a new phenomenon!

And timely, considering the days we’re living in!

”The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved.”
2nd Thessalonians 2:9-10