Benny and the jets?

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Rusty Leonard and Warren Cole Smith have written a story for World magazine investigating corporate jet ownership by more than two dozen Christian ministries. The writers, who are affiliated with the watchdog group, have been covering Sen. Chuck Grassley’s investigation of six of those ministries. They took their work a step further and determined […]

  • Interestingly, the “watchdog” organization, Trinity Foundation, has more than its share of problems. Ole Anthony and his group have been lauded in the media circles and Anthony has been a near-ubiquitous commentator on all things religious for both local and national media outlets, but there is more here than meets the eye.
    I tell a different side to this organization in my book, I Can’t Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult. This book contains a detailed portrait of Anthony’s psychology and background, which I spent months researching. Though Anthony can be charming and persuasive, my book raises questions about his willingness to be accountable for his own practices. In short, who is watching the watchdog?

    Wendy J. Duncan