Research resources on Todd Bentley, Fresh Fire Ministries, and the Lakeland/Florida 'revival.'
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The Jerusalem Syndrome is a usually temporary but sometimes permanent condition that affects religious pilgrims - mostly Christian, but occasionally Jews - who begin to exhibit strange behavior while touring holy sites, sometimes proclaiming that they are ancient religious figures sent on a mission.
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When you 'sow seed' (in plain English: give money) to Todd Bentley, you'll benefit from his "Deep Thoughts."
Todd Bentley's meetings in Lakeland, Florida, are billed as "The Florida Outpouring." Some view it as the next 'wave' after the Toronto Blessing and the Pensacola Brownsville Revival.
Todd Bentley and the people he surrounds himself with talk about messages they claim to receive from angels.
Fresh Fire Ministries is headed by Todd Bentley, a Canadian preacher with a 'Toronto Blessing' type ministry.
Flora Jessop is a former member -- and current critic -- of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints (FLDS).
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Summum, a religion founded in 1975 in Utah, USA, is based on gnosticism.
According to Summum, Moses received two sets of tablets. Before the Commandments, church doctrine says, he was given the “seven aphorisms” of a higher law. The Summum website says those relate to psychokinesis (the power of the mind to control objects); correspondence; vibration; opposition; rhythm; cause and effect; and gender.
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A sect of the Russian Orthodox Church is awaiting the end of the world -- which it claims will take place in May, 2008.
Is Scientology above the law? English-language version of a French documentary.