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ChristianWalter Martin's Religious InfoNetoffsite includes a collection of articlesoffsite addressing issues related to CRI, and specifically to Hank Hanegraaff.

Christian Christian Research Institute Accused of 'Naíve' Bookkeepingoffsite "Report by whistleblowers to Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability prompts ministry to pay back funds, shore up accountability.", Christianity Today, July 14, 2003.
CRI hired Hubbard as a donor communications specialist in May 2002. She became alarmed when she saw ministry spending practices and heard employee concerns about the outlays. Meanwhile, she was sending monthly financial appeals to donors, urging them to give generously lest CRI suffer ministry cutbacks. The ministry generated more than $500,000 a month in donations in 2001. "It's kind of hard to make those pleas when you see the extravagance from the inside," said Hubbard, who held similar positions with Insight for Living and Joni and Friends.
Source: Christian Research Institute Accused of '¿' Bookkeepingoffsite Christianity Today, July 14, 2003
See also this follow-up report from the Los Angeles Times: Audit's Lesson Was 'Painful' for Evangelist
Christian Is Hank Hanegraaff the rightful president of the Christian Research Institute?offsite by Jay Howard
Christian Is the Good News Bear a Copy Cat? : Hank Hanegraaff and Plagiarismoffsite. [Archived version. If you see odd characters on the screen, set the 'character encoding' of your browser to 'Western.'] Apologist and former CRI employee Robert Bowman introduces his report by saying:
Not satisfied to accept the secondhand research of anonymous critics, I decided to investigate the matter for myself. This report, first written in December 1995, is the result. In making this information available, my only interest is in letting the truth be known. Given the widespread dissemination of the plagiarism charge, there is no honorable benefit to be gained by avoiding the issue. I wish no harm to Mr. Hanegraaff or anyone else. However, I do believe that Mr. Hanegraaff ought to be held accountable by his pastor, his Board, and his financial supporters. These responsible parties need to decide, based on the evidence, whether Mr. Hanegraaff has indeed committed plagiarism, and if so, what they ought to do about it.
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» Books by Hank Hanegraaffoffsite, as listed at Amazon.com

» Note: Hank Hanegraaf was the General Editor of an edition of Walter Martin's classic, The Kingdom of the Cults. However, the most-recent editionoffsite is published under the supervision of Walter Martin Ministriesoffsite, headed by Kevin Rische and Jill Martin Rische. General Editor is Ravi Zacharias. While - unlike the previous version - remaining true to Walter Martin's orginal tone and text, this updated editionoffsite includes substantial new information. Relevant and accurate materials have been reintroduced from the original editions, preserving Dr. Martin's unique voice and defense of the faith.

Christian Christianity In Crisisoffsite By Hank Hanegraaff, countering the Word/Faith movement Note: The publisher of Apologetics Index recommends Robert Bowman's book, The Word-Faith Controversy instead of Christianity in Crisis . At the very least, those who read Hanegraaff's book, should also read Bowman's. Bowman presents a more balanced overview, and challenges a number of Hanegraaff's views and representations.
Christian "Counterfeit Revival," Hank Hanegraaff's denouncement of today's controversial Renewal and Revival movements. A book reviewoffsite - "Counterfeit Critique: Hank Hanegraaff's long-awaited book relies on old data and leaves false impressions" - by James Beverly was published in Christianity Today. Hank Hanegraaff's rebuttaloffsite was published in CRI's Christian Research Journal

Christian Hard Questions for the Bible Answerman: Hank Hanegraaff And His Takeover Of The Christian Research Instituteoffsite, by Jay Howard
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• Subject: Christian Research Institute (CRI) and Hank Hanegraaff
• First posted: Jan. 13, 1997
• Last Updated: Nov. 11, 2010
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