November 24, 2004

Deya documentary

BBC Scotland's Frontline Scotland programme last night looked at Archbishop Gilbert Deya and his 'Miracle Births'. For those of you outside Scotland, the programme is now available on the BBC's website as a RealMedia stream: The Bishop, the Babies and the Miracle Births.

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The BBC's Frontline programme recently had a 30 minute programme on Gilbert Deya, the Christian evangelist who claimed to have worked miracles by producing babies in infertile women. The programme can be viewed over the internet, here (RealPlayer requi... Read More

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