Paul Crouch, Founder of TBN, Dies

Paul Crouch, founder of Trinity Broadcasting Network, has passed away.  Remember the Crouch family in your prayers, more specifically, that they would come to repentance.

It’s still too soon to tell, but all indications are that Matt Crouch will be at the reigns of TBN.  It will be interesting to see the direction things take with his young, unrestrained approach.  Interesting, indeed.

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10 Responses to Paul Crouch, Founder of TBN, Dies

  1. syl245 says:

    There needs to be a changing of the guards and a major house cleaning.. You can’t call good evil and evil good! :)

    Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2013 20:49:23 +0000 To:

  2. Ron Choate says:

    Shame on you. I have know Paul Crouch for years and have seen the souls saved through this ministry up close and personal. He was a genuine, kind, caring, and Godly man.

    • If Paul Crouch believed what he taught, then he was not saved, because he taught another God and another Christ and another gospel. NO ONE was saved because of his ministry because didn’t teach truth. If they were saved it would have been in spite of his ministry. The Word of Faith teaching is heretical. He even called himself a “little god.”

    • Teresa says:

      He was a wolf in wolf clothing. I agree with Glenn…If Paul C. believed what he taught from his mouth, then there is no way he had saving faith in Jesus Christ, and sadly what he taught was not biblical.

    • Steve says:

      You’re kidding right, Ron? Please tell me you’re kidding.

  3. Crouch was never “inadvertently misguided” – He has been a Word of Faith teacher for as long as I’ve been tracking him, and that is too many years to be “inadvertently misguided,” especially when you consider the vehement attacks he made on those trying to correct him.

  4. mywordlikefire says:

    He opened the world to exposure to false teachers. Hinn…Paula White…I could keep going.

  5. Doug Evans says:

    Paul Crouch: “He [God] doesn’t even draw a distinction between Himself and us. . . . You know what else that’s settled, then, tonight? This hue and cry and controversy that has been spawned by the Devil to try and bring dissension within the body of Christ that we are gods. I am a little god! . . . I have His name. I’m one with Him. I’m in covenant relation. I am a little god! Critics, be gone!”
    “Praise the Lord” program on TBN [7 July 1986]

  6. stxmatt says:

    2Corinthians 11:13-15 pretty much says it all.

  7. Carol says:

    I say this, when I had seen that he had passed, I would have hoped he repented of his false teachings before he passed. If he didn’t he did meet his Maker….as a judge and not heavenly Father and if that is how he passed, it is sad. I shudder to think, when the father was a false teacher, the son will most often be worse….like many of the other false teachers, the sons were worse. It’s sad no matter which way you look at it. I don’t watch much on tv when it comes to tv preachers….it’s usually too much leavening.

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