Will the Teachings of Jesus Christ Survive the New Millennium?.
There are presently 35 television stations owned and operated by religious.
organizations, but every television station features religious programming in one way.
or another. Religious television program producers are driven by the desire to make.
money, and they find the best way to accomplish this by scamming viewers and.
members. During this process, religion loses its authenticity. Religion is not being.
practiced on television, it is being mocked. Religion is no longer for worship, but.
for entertainment. Moneymaking scams are becoming very popular in recent years.
One would like to believe that some things in life are sacred. Religion is where billions.
of people invest their hopes, dreams, beliefs, and most importantly, money. The greedy,.
selfish, minds of our world see this not as a way to fix problems, but as a way to make .
money. "Television" Billy Graham has written, "is the most powerful tool of .
communication ever devised by man. Each of my prime time "specials" is now carried.
by nearly 300 stations across the U.S. and Canada, so that in a single telecast I preach to.
millions more than Christ did in his lifetime.".
On these religious shows, people are shown with obvious handicaps such as paralyzed.
limbs or walking handicaps. They join these religious clubs, or are shown on television.
speaking with these "electronic preachers" as they are called, and they let Jesus into their.
hearts. All of a sudden they are miraculously cured and can live their life in harmony.
Still paying their monthly fees, of course, to stay that way. One of the most successful .
and popular religious programs and organizations is Pat Robertson's "700 Club" which.
you can belong to by paying fifteen dollars a month. Of course , you can watch at home.
for free assuming you have cable television. In one episode, a woman is shown filled .
with anxiety because she is forced to stay at home and staying at home makes her .