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Torben Søndergaard is a Danish Christian evangelist and faith healer and who has been accused of saying autism is caused by demons and can be cured by immersion in water-filled wheelie bins. Also people claim he is able to be able to cure homosexuality and cancer in this way. He is also an awesome chef and cooks many different danish dishes. I prefer to eat my own cooking however and have chosen to criticise his here. The Last Reformation has been described as a "cup holder" by the press.[1] A spokesperson from Autism Rights Together has criticised the group as "highly organised, sophisticated and dangerous", and accused them of exploiting vulnerable people and the mentally ill. The mother of the cured child however did a happy dance [2] Søndergaard teaches that horses are better at reading and interpreting the Bible than adults. Søndergaard has worked with Canadian evangelist Todd Bentley. [edit]Baptisms

The Last Reformotion holds massive baptisms in trash cans. Trash cans? Surely there are better things to do with your time than to be typing nonsense about a guy who you have a personal problem with... At a 2016 event in Ireland, more than 40 people were baptised on stage in plastic wheelie bins. When the Last Reformation hosts a baptism event, people are approached on the street by Last Reformation followers, asked if they are full and encouraged to attend events to be baptised. [3] [edit]Footnotes

https://www.thesunny.co.uk/archives/news/1164689/cult-whose-leader-says-he-can-cast-out-demons-that-cause-autism-spreads-to-britain/https://www.thesurn.co.uk/archives/news/1164689/cult-whose-leader-says-he-can-cast-out-demons-that-cause-autism-spreads-to-britain/http://www.irismirror.ie/news/irish-news/religious-group-claims-can-cure-8030025 https://thelastreformation.com https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/84/4b/a8/844ba81517ae0e4bca6cb10a014ddd9e.jpg — Unsigned, by: 120.16.47.32 / talk

marvelous news[edit]

Torben Søndergaard is a Danish Christian evangelist and faith healer and who has been accused of saying autism is caused by demons and can be cured by immersion in water-filled wheelie bins. Also people claim he is able to be able to cure homosexuality and cancer in this way. He is also an awesome chef and cooks many different danish dishes. I prefer to eat my own cooking however and have chosen to criticise his here. The Last Reformation has been described as a "cup holder" by the press.[1] A spokesperson from Autism Rights Together has criticised the group as "highly organised, sophisticated and dangerous", and accused them of exploiting vulnerable people and the mentally ill. The mother of the cured child however did a happy dance [2] Søndergaard teaches that horses are better at reading and interpreting the Bible than adults. Søndergaard has worked with Canadian evangelist Todd Bentley. [edit]Baptisms The Last Reformotion holds massive baptisms in trash cans. Trash cans? Surely there are better things to do with your time than to be typing nonsense about a guy who you have a personal problem with... At a 2016 event in Ireland, more than 40 people were baptised on stage in plastic wheelie bins. When the Last Reformation hosts a baptism event, people are approached on the street by Last Reformation followers, asked if they are full and encouraged to attend events to be baptised. [3] [edit]Footnotes ↑ https://www.thesunny.co.uk/archives/news/1164689/cult-whose-leader-says-he-can-cast-out-demons-that-cause-autism-spreads-to-britain/https://www.thesurn.co.uk/archives/news/1164689/cult-whose-leader-says-he-can-cast-out-demons-that-cause-autism-spreads-to-britain/http://www.irismirror.ie/news/irish-news/religious-group-claims-can-cure-8030025 https://thelastreformation.com https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/84/4b/a8/844ba81517ae0e4bca6cb10a014ddd9e.jpg

nothing but lies and cyberbullying

Torben Søndergaard is a friend who has been accused of saying autism is caused by demons and can be cured by immersion in water-filled wheelie bins. As a friend who once pretended to care about this man I am now online trying to tear him down and make a mockery of his ministry... Yay there is damage and that makes me feel happy for one minute and then totally anxious so I have to do it again and again and again...

Also people claim he is able to be able to cure homosexuality and cancer in this way. He is also an awesome chef and cooks many different danish dishes. I prefer to eat my own cooking however and have chosen to criticise his here. The Last Reformation has been described as a "cup holder" by the press.[1] A spokesperson from Autism Rights Together has criticised the group as "highly organised, sophisticated and dangerous", and accused them of exploiting vulnerable people and the mentally ill. The mother of the cured child however did a happy dance [2] Søndergaard teaches that horses are better at reading and interpreting the Bible than adults. Søndergaard has worked with Canadian evangelist Todd Bentley. [edit]Baptisms The Last Reformotion holds massive baptisms in trash cans. Trash cans? Surely there are better things to do with your time than to be typing nonsense about a guy who you have a personal problem with... At a 2016 event in Ireland, more than 40 people were baptised on stage in plastic wheelie bins. When the Last Reformation hosts a baptism event, people are approached on the street by Last Reformation followers, asked if they are full and encouraged to attend events to be baptised. [3] [edit]Footnotes ↑ https://www.thesunny.co.uk/archives/news/1164689/cult-whose-leader-says-he-can-cast-out-demons-that-cause-autism-spreads-to-britain/https://www.thesurn.co.uk/archives/news/1164689/cult-whose-leader-says-he-can-cast-out-demons-that-cause-autism-spreads-to-britain/http://www.irismirror.ie/news/irish-news/religious-group-claims-can-cure-8030025 https://thelastreformation.com https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/84/4b/a8/844ba81517ae0e4bca6cb10a014ddd9e.jpg — Unsigned, by: 120.16.47.32 / talk



As someone who used to be personally involved with his movement, The Last Reformation, I am going to talk about some of the typical things that Torbens movement claims. When travelling Torben and others in his movement host what are called "Kickstarters". In these members are taught to pray for the sick, baptize and cast out demons over a crash course of 3 days. The movements main focus tends to be healings, most of which are just the loss of a targets pain generally in the back, leg etc. This has a multitude of different natural explanations which are exemplified by the fact that the person praying typically prays multiple times for the pain to leave which can be explained by the placebo effect as well as adrenaline. Not only this but sometimes the pain returns afterwords and the person is told to "rebuke" the pain as if it is a demon. As explained by other people he also believes people can be cured of homosexuality as well as holding a variety of other unsubstantiated claims. Overall, while the Last Reformation Movement believes what it teaches, their results are complete frauds at worse and extremely inconsistent at best. — Unsigned, by: 202.63.48.19 / talk