Now, let me attempt a few serious, Biblely thoughts.
- The imaginary Sith Lord had actual power; Hinn's is purely make-believe, purely psychological (at best), and purely thanks to the willing acquiescence of his acolytes.
- Hinn sashays across the stage in mock displays and poses of over-compensatory masculinity and power. And what movement has made it so that people like him have even a chance at credibility among professed Christians? Can he be separated from that movement? How?
- Were Hinn a Biblical Christian preacher, the power that he had anything to do with would have nothing to do with such theatrics and displays, but instead with a message (Romans 1:16), a message that is the precise opposite of the Word-faith false teachers' preaching (1 Corinthians 1:23).
- What Hinn does is a Jedi mind-trick... well, a Sith mind-trick. What a Christian ambassador is no trick (2 Corinthians 2:17; 4:1-6).