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Hier haben wir - zum direkten Vergleich mit den deutschen Übersetzungen - die englischen Auszüge aus den Schriften Hagins eingestellt und stellen sie den entsprechenden Kenyons gegenüber. Damit kann nun auch der Wortlaut der englischen Originale, soweit er uns aus Mc Connells „A Different Gospel” zugänglich ist, miteinander verglichen werden. Das Ganze stellen wir auch hier in die Form einer Tabelle und fügen zur besseren Übersichtlichkeit, wie auch auf der Seite mit den deutschen Übersetzungen, zwischen den einzelnen Satzblöcken Leerzeilen ein. Übereinstimmungen zwischen den beiden Schreibern werden hier ebenso jeweils fett hervorgehoben, von Hagin umgestellte Satzteile kursiv.

Auch hier sei darauf verwiesen, daß die hier wiedergegebenen Auszüge Irrlehren enthalten und deshalb lediglich zu Recherche- und Vergleichszwecken dienen sollten.


Kenneth E. Hagin: The Word Of Faith, March 1975, Christ our Substitute, Pages 1, 4, 5, 7. E. W. Kenyon: What happend from the Cross to the Throne, Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1969, Pages 44 - 45.

The twenty-second Psalm gives
The 22nd Psalm gives
a graphic picture of the crucifixion
a graphic picture of the crucifixion
of Jesus - more vivid of Jesus. It is more vivid
than that of John, Matthew than that of John, Matthew
or Mark witnessed it. or Mark who witnessed it.

He utters the strange words  But He says the strangest words,
But thou are holy. But thou are holy.
What does that mean?
What does that mean?
He is becoming sin. . . . He is becoming sin.

His parched lips cry, Can you hear those parched lips cry,
I am a worm and no man. I am a worm and no man.?
He is spiritually dead - the worm. He is spiritually dead. The worm.

Jesus died of a ruptured heart. Jesus had died of a ruptured heart.
When it happened, blood from all parts When that happened, blood from all parts
of His body poured through the rent
of the body poured in through the rent,
into the sack which holds the heart. into the sack that holds the heart.

As the body cooled, the red corpuscles Then as the body cooled, the red corpuscles
coagulated and rose to the top, coagulated and rose to the top.
the white serum settled to the bottom The white serum settled to the bottom.

When that Roman spear pierced When that Roman soldier's spear pierced
the sack, water poured out first, the sack, water poured out first.
then the coagulated blood oozed out, Then the coagulated blood oozed out,
rolling down his side onto the ground. rolled down His side onto the ground,
John bore witness of it. and John bore witness of it.

Kenneth E. Hagin, Sr., The Resurrection! What it Gives Us. The Word Of Faith, April 1977, page 5
E. W. Kenyon, Identification: A Romance in Redemption, Seattle: Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1968, p. 6, 7


 At once you ask,

What does identification mean?

What does identification mean?

It means our complete union with

It means our complete union with

Christ. Him in His Substitutionary Sacrifice.

This gives us the key which

This gives us the key which

unlocks the great teaching of

unlocks the great teachings of

identification.

identification.


Christ became one with us in sin

Christ became one with us in sin

that we might become one with

that we might become one with

Him in righteousness.

Him in righteousness.


He became as we were to the end

He became as we were to the end

that we might become as He is now.

that we might become as He is now.

He died to make us live

He died to make us live.

He became weak to make us strong

He became weak to make us strong.

He suffered shame to give us glory.

He suffered shame to give us glory.


He went to hell

He went to hell

to take us to heaven.

to take us to heaven.

He was condemned to justify us.

He was condemned to justify us.

He was made sick that healing

He was made sick that healing

might be ours.

might be ours.


Kenneth E. Hagin, Sr., The Name Of Jesus: The More Excellent Name; The Word of Faith, April 1976, pages 4 - 6 E. W. Kenyon, The Wonderful Name Of Jesus, Seattle: Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1927, pages 8, 9, 11)

Here is a picture of Christ in The picture here is of Christ. . .
awful combat with the hosts of in awful combat with the hosts of

darkness. It gives us a glimpse

darkness. It gives us a glimpse

of the tremendous victory He won

of the tremendous battle and victory

before He rose from the dead. that Jesus won before He rose from

The margin of King James reads,

the dead. The margin reads:

„He put off from Himself the

Having put off from Himself the

principalities and the powers. principalities and powers.

It is quite obvious and evident

It is evident that

the whole demon host, when they

that whole demon hosts, when they

had Jesus within their power

saw Jesus in their power simply

intended to swamp Him, to overwhelm

intended to swamp Him, overwhelm

Him, and to hold Him in fearful

Him, and they held Him in fearful

bondage. But the cry came forth

bondage until the cry came forth

from the throne of God that Jesus

from the throne of God that Jesus

had met the demands of Justice, that had met the demands of justice; that

the sin problem has been settled

the sin problem was settled,

and man's redemption was a fact.

that man's redemption was a fact.


And when this cry reached the dark

When that cry reached the dark

regions, Jesus rose and threw back

regions, Jesus arose and hurled back

the host of demons and met Satan

the host of darkness, and met Satan

in awful combat.

in awful combat.

God has made this investment for

God has made this investment for

the Church:

the benefit of the church.

He has made this deposit on which

He has made this deposit on which

the Church has a right to draw for

the church has a right to draw for

Her every need.

her every need.


Oh, that our eyes wold open,

Oh that our eyes were open;

that our souls would dare rise

that our souls would dare to rise

in the realm of the omnipotent

into the realm of the Omnipotence

where that Name would mean to us

where the name would mean us

all that God the Father intended all that the Father has invested in it.
 it to mean! In one sense,
this is practically unexplored This is practically an unexplored

table land in Christian experience.

tableland in Christian experience.


Kennet E. Hagin Sr., God Heals through the Spirit of Man, Word of Faith December 1977, page 5 E. W. Kenyon, Jesus the Healer, Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1940, page 90



You must have seen as you have
God's method of physical studied this book that

healing is spiritual.

healing is spiritual.

It is not mental as Christian

It is not mental as Christian

Science, Unity and other

Science and Unity and other

metaphysical teachers claim.

metaphysical teachers claim.


Neither is it physical as the

Neither is it physical as the

medical world teaches. When man

medical world teaches. When man

heals, he must do it either through

heals, he must either do it through

the mind or through the physical

the mind. . . or he does it through

body. When God heals

the physical body. . . When God

He heals through the human spirit, heals He heals through the spirit.
for God is a Spirit.

We can understand that

Life's greatest forces

the greatest forces in life

are spiritual forces.

are spiritual forces.


Love and hate, faith and fear,

Love and hate, fear and faith,

joy and peace, joy and grief,

are all of the spirit.

are all of the spirit.


Kenneth E. Hagin Sr., Incarnation, Word of Faith, December 1978, page 4 E. W. Kenyon, The Bible in the Light of Our Redemption, Seattle: Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1969, page 58

The fact that there is enmity That is, there will be enmity

between Satan and the woman is seen

between Satan and the woman.

through woman's history. . . .

This is proved by woman's history.

She has been bought and sold as

She has been bought and sold as

common chattel. Only where Chris-

common chattel. Only where Chris-

tianity has reached the heart of

tianity has reached the hearts of

the country has woman

a country has woman ever received

been elevated

any treatment that would lift her

above the brute creation.

above the brute creation.


Woman's seed is Christ.

and woman's seed is Christ.

Christ was hunted from His babyhood

Christ was hunted from His babyhood

by Satan's seed until finally He

by Satan's seed until finally they

was nailed to the cross. From nailed him to the cross; and from

the resurrection of Jesus until

the resurrection of Jesus until

this day, the church has been the

this day, the church has been the

subject of the bitterest

subject of the bitterest

persecution and enmity of the

persecution and enmity of the

world. and it ... shall bruise thy

world. He shall bruise thy

head (the head of Satan).

head - that is, the head of Satan.


In Oriental languages bruising

In all Oriental languages the term

the head means breaking

bruise the head means breaking

the lordship of a ruler.

the lordship of a ruler.

The heel is the Church in its

The heel is the Church in its

earth walk.... The long ages of

earth walk. The long ages of

persecution of the Church by the

persecution of the Church by the

seed of Satan are today merely a

seed of Satan are a

matter of history.

matter of history.


Kenneth E. Hagin Sr., Plead Your Case, Tulsa: Faith Library, 1979, pages 4-9; cf. pages 23-32  E. W. Kenyon, The Two Kinds of Faith, Seattle: Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1969, pages 76-84

Here is Genesis, God refused to ...in Gen. 18 God refused to
destroy Sodom and Gomorrah until He

destroy Sodom and Gomorrah until He

had talked it over with Abraham, had talked it over with His blood
His blood covenant friend. Abraham's

covenant friend, Abraham. Abraham's

prayer is one of the most

prayer... is one of the most

suggestive and illuminating prayers

illuminating and suggestive prayers

of the Old Testament. Abraham was

of the Old Testament... Abraham was

taking his in the covenant.

taking his in the covenant.


Abraham had, through the Covenant

Abraham had through the covenant,

received rights and privileges

received rights and privileges

that we very little understand.

which we little understand.

The Covenant Abraham had just

The covenant that Abraham had just

solemnized with Jehovah gave him a

solemnized with Jehovah gave him a

legal standing with God.... we

legal standing with God. We

hear him speak so plainly,

hear him speaking so plainly...

Shall not the judge of all the

Shall not the judge of all the

earth do right? All through the

earth do right? All through the

Old Covenant we find men who

Old Testament we find men who

understood and took their place

understood and took their place

in the Covenant.

in the covenant


Joshua could open the Jordan.

Joshua could open the Jordan

He could command the.

He could command the

sun, moon and stars to stand still

sun, moon and stars to stand still

in the heavens. Elijah could bring

in the heavens. Elijah could bring

fire out of heaven to consume the

fire out of heaven to consume the

altar as well as the sacrifice.

offering as well as the altar.


David's mighty men were utterly

David's mighty men were utterly

shielded from death in time of war

shielded from death in their wars.

as long as they remembered the

They became supermen as long as they

covenant.

remembered the covenant.


Kenneth E. Hagin Sr., The God Kind of Life, Tulsa: Faith Library, 1981, pages 1 - 2, 9 E. W. Kenyon, Two kinds of Life, Seattle: Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1971, pages 2 - 3

In John 1:4 we get the first

Jesus gave us the first

intimation of what this life will

intimation of what this Life would

do for us: In him was life; and

do for man. In him was life; and

the life was the light of men.

the life was the light of men.

There are four different Greek words

There are four Greek words

translated lifein the New

translated life ... in the New

Testament. First, there is zoe.

Testament.


Then there is psuche. That means

The first one is psuche which means

natural or human life. Bios means

natural, human life. The second is

manner of life.

bios which means manner of life....

And anastrophee means

The third is anastrophee which ...

confused behavior.

means „a confused behavior.


It seems strange that the Church

It is a strange thing that the Church

has majored in manner of life or

has majored in manner of life or

behavior" rather than eternal Life

behavior rather than Eternal life,

which determines in a very large way

which determines in a very large way

the manner of life.

the manner of life.


Receiving eternal Life is the most

Receiving Eternal life is the most

miraculous incident in life.

miraculous incident or even in life.

Often we call it conversion or the

It is called conversion, the

new birth. Some call

New Birth and the New Creator. Some

it getting religion, but that's

have called it getting religion.

not what it is really.

It is, in reality, God imparting

It is, in reality, God imparting

His very Nature, substance, and

His very Nature, Substance, and

being to our human spirits.

Being to our human spirits.

   
Kenneth E. Hagin Sr., Man of Three Dimensions, Tulsa: Faith Library, 1973, no page specified
E. W. Kenyon, The Hidden Man, Seattle:
Kenyon's Gospel Publishing Society, 1970, page 40; Two Kinds of Faith, page 3

Man is a spirit who possesses a soul

Man is a spirit being, he has a soul

and lives in a body....

and he lives . . . in a body.

He is in the same class as God.

He is in the same class with God.

We know that God is a Spirit

We know that God is a spirit.

And yet [He] took upon Himself a

and He became a man took on a

man's body....when God took

man's body, and when He did it

upon Himself human form,

He was no less God than He was

He was no less God than when He

didn't have a body.

before He took the physical body...

Man, at physical death, leaves his

Man, at death, leaves his physical

body. Yet he is no less man than

body and is no less man than

he was when he had his body.

he was when he had his ... body.


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