Discussion in 'Religion & Culture' started by bhramos, Sep 2, 2013.
If only the apostles of Jesus had YouTube.
didnt get you..
more than anything its funny
lol @9.49 onwards Her expression looks like "WTF nothing happening to me "
It was a joke, bad enough to begin with but hopeless if explained.
Thanks @brahmos that was some funny shit...
This guy should join the army, the enemies won't have a chance
Did this guy work at the fire dept. Why does he keep sayin' "fire fire fire".
Oh silly humans
How much are they paid to act? Hope minimum wage at least...
religion being sold in incredible INDIA.
fraud man like this padre,asaram and mufti gets away with all this drama because people in india are so [email protected] superstitious and dumb.
Rather an act of black humour!
Total humbug, but it works in India, since we are real gullible.
This could well be hypnotism, particularly I am wary of Indian preachers. However, one good thing is they are covering the ladies.
Such things, at an even large scale, do happen in the US and other parts of the developed world. Do you think so many people can be paid to act ?
Its not just in India, hundreds if not thousands of people around the world are fooled into various religions and sects every month.
Eluru Miracle by Bro. Anil Kumar - YouTube
so what about this guy
with focus on this miracle
religion is being sold while souls are being bought
I dont know if that was really a "miracle"..... I'm sure God can defend himself
Meanwhile it is imperative that one does not embrace a religion just because somebody did some "miracle". That is my opinion.
Benny Hinn does well in USA.
Yes, he came to India too.
Many VIPs, to include Ministers attended his huge show in Bangalore or Bangaluru as it is known now!
This is nothing new. Anyone familiar with the practice of various evangelical protestant sects in US would know how this is done.
Im planning to open a multiplex with different religious establishments on differnt floors of the same building and a sweets shop at the basement
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