Benny Hinn to return to Trinidad and Tobago

United States televangelist Benny Hinn is expected to return to Trinidad and Tobago next year.

It will be Hinn’s second visit to Port of Spain in six years. He was last here in 1999 when he predicted that the then-Opposition Leader Patrick Manning would be Prime Minister of this country again.

Benny Hinn

Evangelist Benny Hinn is controversial for his frequently aberrant – and at times heretical – theology, his unorthodox practices, and his false claims. Nevertheless, large numbers of people who indentify themselves as Christians follow – and, often, appear to worship – this preacher.

When Manning subsequently became Prime Minister following the December 2001 General Elections moves were initiated to have Hinn return to this country but were aborted. Many are speculating that the visit, while being organised by Independent Religious Ministries, may have a link with the possible calling of general elections . Earlier this month Manning put not only his PNM membership on full alert for the election but advised the fragmented Opposition UNC to move quickly to get its house in order for the polls.

Hinn will be here for his “Miracle Crusade 2” which will take place at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain, from May 19-21, 2006.

Sources in political circles are speculating the Manning may announce a date for the next General Election after the event.

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Trinidad and Tobago Express, Trinidad and Tobego
Dec. 20, 2005
Richard Lord

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