Christians performing ‘miracles’ today: you have a serious credibility problem. The video explains why.

I have made the same point to Christians who claim healing powers at Speakers’ Corner. I always invite them to visit St Mary’s Hospital up the road. They always decline. Most revealing!

Categories: Bible, Christianity, London, Missionaries, Speakers Corner

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  1. The first 2 guys were right and the 3rd guy is wrong. Yahya is wrong to lump all missionaries together at the end of his “Snow Job”.

    God sometimes heal.
    It depends on His Will.

    If we ask anything according to His will . . . 1 John 5:14

    John 14:12 means greater in quantity of conversions, not greater in quality of power, because no one can do greater than Jesus did in raising Himself from the dead.
    John 2:19-22
    John 10:18
    Matthew 28
    Luke 24
    Mark 16:1-8
    John 20-21


  2. The number of disciples that increased in the books of Acts shows this (3 thousand converted in one day, etc.), whereas in the gospels the group is small, centered around the 11 disciples and some women.


  3. Those who accepted his message were baptized, and about three thousand were added to their number that day.

    Acts 2:41

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  4. Ken, rest assured I am not lumping all Christian missionaries together. I am well aware many missionaries do not use such arguments and tactics.

    We are focussing on the so-called miracle workers and healers amongst the charismatic types.

    I’m also aware systematic theology for many would dictate this is about doing evangelism (greater in quality and quantity).

    At the same time, it’s clear not all Christians follow that line of thinking, hence why there are self-styled miracles workers operating in churches around the world.The gentleman in the video is a prime example – he’s an experienced preacher. If you want to get his contact details just send me a message and you can take it up with him privately.

    I’m not looking for a fight or an argument.


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    • Ken Temple

      Ken will always call the bad Christians as bad or not Christians but will call bad Muslims good Muslims.

      Yahya and any Muslim here distinguish the bad Christians and the good ones but Christians like Ken, my friend will always blame Islam for bad Muslims. They fail to know that we can also do that to Christianity.

      If you study most religion, you will realize that people can take verses and interpret it they way they want so that they will commit violence. If Mohammed says stop fight if the aggressor stops but fight to defend yourself, Ken will not accept that but will say it is violence.

      Then Ken will say Jesus killing of his enemies is parable. And so what? Jesus is killing his enemies and it does not matter whether it is parable or not. If you insist Islam command to defend itself is violence then Jesus’s killings of his enemies is more violent than that because it is not self defence but killing of enemies whether parable or not.



    • The Pentecostal and Charismatic movement has lost most credibility with me – see John MacArthur’s “Strange Fire” series and guest lecturers that exposes the whole movement. Because they have allowed a lot of the “Word of Faith” (health and wealth heresy) heresy into their camps and they don’t hardly ever rebuke them or call them out as heretics, they have lost a lot of credibility with me.


  5. Maybe it’s just me, but if I thought I could make a SIGNIFICANT difference to the health of a sick human being, I would be loitering in the corridors of my local hospital, ‘laying hands’ on all and sundry. (The willing ones of course!)


    • Yes, Musa, many non-Charismatic Christians have been making that same argument for decades with them; but they continue their charlatan ways on TV and manipulating crowds, but don’t go to hospitals and do real healing.

      They are false teachers “having a heart trained in greed” ( 2 Peter 2:14)

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