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Remember the “Amputated Toes” Miracle Bill Johnson Claimed? Here’s Proof It Was Fake

by | May 7, 2024 | Apostasy, Cult, heresy, News, Religion, The Church, Video

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You may remember last year at Bethel Church, Bill Johnson made an announcement with a bizarre claim of witnessing a woman at another church he was visiting regrowing her toes. This supposedly happened at James River Church pastored by John Lindell—the same church that Mark Driscoll was booted from a few weeks ago for pointing out that it was inappropriate to have a male stripper pole-dancing during a sermon.

Here’s the clip:

After this happened, there were many, many calls for actual proof of this bizarre claim, which consistently turned up void. Of course, we all knew it was fake, and we all knew that Bill Johnson, Lindell, and the entire New Apostolic Reformation movement were frauds.

However, we now have definitive proof that it was all lies. A former member of Lindell’s church, where this bizarre “miracle” supposedly took place, has released photographs of this woman’s amputated toes, both before and after the “miracle,” and there is no difference.

Here’s a pic if you don’t want to wait, and you can watch the complete video below:

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Here’s the full video posted on Instagram:

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