British Doctor Lied To Us!

British Doctor Lied To Us!
Published: 18 January 2012 (1094 Views)

As promised, we send the pictures of our detractors online for you to see who they really are. These are the guys who sent various emails to us of the London branch of SCOAN announcing their resignation from the church and giving reasons for doing so. Some made very serious unsubstantiated allegations against the man of God only to write on their blog they didn’t have ‘evidence to support their case’.


Some of these persons are Dave and Angie Tonge who write under different pen names and complain ‘their loved ones are still holed up in SCOAN’, Karina and Morne van Niekerk, Dr John Hardeker, Tracey De Souza, Leon and wife. There are many more names but since they have not written to us personally, we are not going comment about them. These include Giles.


For those of us who did not respond to their nauseating articles and their attempts to woo us to their fold, this is the time for us to respond to them, by exposing their identities and their evil machinations. Dr John Harderker, a medical practitioner, who is supposed to be intelligent enough and who supervised most of the healings that took place in the London branch by explaining or diagnosing their sickness before and after healing to the congregation, claimed the SCOAN was a cult and lifted whole articles from the net to support his case.




John had been a member of SCOAN for over seven years and acted on several occasions as the person with the expertise who took the medical history of the patients who were to be arraigned before the prayer line. After healing, he explains to the congregation the severity or otherwise of the patient who had been healed. Those healed are then told to see their doctors for confirmation of their healing. Those who get the confirmation get back to testify to their healing. It was this same doctor that stood behind the pulpit to confirm the healing.


Fibroid gone and now able to bear children.and to explain to the congregation the intricate nature of the illness and how it was only God who could bring about the healing. What has now changed? Is he saying the healings are not true? Is it all hallucination? If, it is, then it makes him a liar, a fraud and someone who could not to be trusted to tell the truth. How sad could he collude to tell us people have been healed while it was obviously not so. Why should he throw dust in our eyes by now turning around later on to say he didn’t have the full medical history of the people in question. Has he now become a latter day ‘apologetic’?


Now, we at Watching TB Joshua believe God still heals today and that the bible is not a historical document but a present day reality. Oniel who comes from Cardiff came to SCOAN with an acute fibroid which was giving her much problems, she was arraigned before the prayer line and was prayed for by ex-pastors Angie and Dave using the anointing water as a point of contact. She went back to the doctors and was told there was no trace of fibroid in her womb. She brought with her medical proofs showing the fibroid before and after healing. Dr Hardeker was stunned and after going through her medical history remarked that this could only be done by God. Why is he now having doubts? What changed his mind after Haiti?



- watchingtbjoshua.wordpress.com

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