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Thank you for posting this. I saw the reference to this on another thread but hadn't found the clips myself yet.
The real proof, I think, would be in a conversion. Honestly, if this were all real I would anticipate that Safran would become a very vocal Christian. From what I've gathered in googling around on him, though, it seems like he mostly is identified as Atheist (with Jewish heritage). Most Christians have ups and downs in their faith and their walk, but if that exorcism was a true spiritual event than I would expect that he would have been talking about his big conversion. It would be completely life changing.
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Bob Larson certainly comes across as a money making TV evangelist and I hate that stuff. But it doesn't mean there isn't an element of truth to what he does. I have actually done what he does, partly based on what he taught. It is real. I dont know if he started off genuine and has since turned it in to a business, or if he bases his fund raising strategies on the other big tele evangelists' methods. He does go for the wow factor but I am not sure if that is just part of being an American or not. He gets non-christian people in to his meetings/shows by appealing in a showman kind of way, but his message once there is pure Chrsitianity.
The truth of the matter is that 100% of it is fake within the perimeters of the way it is being presented. It is real on another level, however. That level is strictly an energy-based, emotional, and self-healing ritual that is being instigated by a man posing to be something he is not.
Can someone tell me why he thinks doing seated meditation, or "Buddha", has something to do with demon attraction? really strange...