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Sounds of Fundamentalism: Evangelical Evangelist Todd White and His Acolytes “Heal” People

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Today’s Sound of Fundamentalism is a video clip of Evangelical evangelist Todd White and his acolytes “healing” people. White is the president of Lifestyle Christianity University in Watauga, Texas

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Bruce Gerencser, 66, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 45 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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    Who needs expensive doctors or modern medicine when we have this guy?

    Better yet, why don’t these magical healers prove their claims by scientific evidence? A before and after x-ray, at least, of his subjects’ back/hip/legs or the broken hand guy? (really?? a broken hand only a few days old would be swollen, very bruised and possibly deformed)


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    That’s hilarious.

    I remember participating in a demonstration in one of my psychology classes. The professor asked us all to close our eyes and hold out both of our arms in front of us. He said to imagine that in our right hand we were holding a bucket. He said to imagine that he has a garden hose and was filling the bucket, and that it was getting fuller and heavier, fuller and heavier. He asked us to open our eyes and look at the position of our arms. Everyone in the class had their right arm, the one they imagined with the heavy bucket, lower than the left. Except me – my arm was higher. Apparently most people will follow the prompting, and other people are stubborn or oppositional or whatever you want to call it and will do everything they can NOT to comply.

    Seeing this video made me think of all the people in my class who wanted to cooperate with the notion of a heavy imaginary bucket.

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    Jeffrey with the short left leg

    The old “short leg growing” trick. Can’t these charlatans come up with anything new? BTW love the guy smoking. Maybe he can come back in ten years and be healed of cancer!

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