Fiji Methodists Won’t Oppose Visit Of US Televangelist

PacificBeat/Radio Australia reports that Fiji’s influential Methodist Church has decided not to oppose next month’s visit to the country of United States televangelist Benny Hinn.

Some religious leaders in Fiji have criticised the proposed visit as potentially divisive, saying Fiji has enough Christian denominations already.

The debate comes hard on the heels of the decision by the Fiji government not to grant a visa to the Reverend Sun Myung Moon, the Korean-based leader of the Unification Church, widely known as the Moonies.

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Pacific Magazine, USA
Dec. 14, 2005

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