tbn, daniel, cancer, pentecostal, religion, christianity
Prosecutors said Daniel concocted a remedy known, among other names, as "C-Extract" that she claimed would help treat cancer and other afflictions such as multiple sclerosis, hepatitis, and Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.
Some of her patients were drawn to her from her appearance on TBN's "Praise the Lord." Daniel told viewers she collected herbs from around the world, and, when they were combined with prayer, there was a good chance their cancer could be cured.
"We have seen the dead raised," Daniel said on the broadcast, according to the indictment.
Now, when will we see TBN charged? They put this woman on the air, in front of millions, to preach that herbs and prayer would cure cancer. Desperate people will do anything, including risking their lives on the belief that somebody had managed to raise the dead with herbs. That is shameful. It's shameful that Daniel took advantage of desperate people that way, and equally shameful that TBN gave her a forum to do so.