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Remember last week when Christian preacher Andrew Wommack said he saw a dead baby come back to life?

It supposedly occurred during a recent “healing conference” he hosted at Charis Bible College in Colorado (which he started). Wommack explained, “We saw a little baby raised from the dead. The baby was dead, and the mother just came and put the baby on the stage, and we prayed, and this baby came back to life.”

Amazing! All we needed was the video, and people would undoubtedly convert to Christianity on the spot! Except, when I asked the college to send me a link to video of the event, I was told that the miracle “was not recorded as the healing occurred when a private panel was taking place at the Conference.”

(Because why videotape the biggest miracle of all time when you can videotape a panel of people claiming miracles are real with no proof…?)

Well, since Wommack got away with one lie, he’s literally trying to one-up himself. On yesterday’s “Truth & Liberty Coalition” webcast, Wommack claimed that two dead babies had come back to life! Two! One at the conference and the other… SOMEWHERE! (You can hear it around the 22:14 mark.)

YouTube video

… real quickly, I just can’t help but say that we saw, in the last week, we have seen two babies raised from the dead… Anyway, we could talk about that for an hour, but you know, it’s not every week that you get to see two babies raised from the dead.

Wommack then transitioned to introducing Christian pesudo-historian David Barton and his son. Because hearing their fictional accounts of history are apparently way more important than learning the medical details of the two infants who are now magically alive.

Oh well. Stay tuned. By next week, we may be up to a full-blown daycare full of resurrected infants.

(Thanks to Kyle for the link)

Hemant Mehta is the founder of, a YouTube creator, podcast co-host, and author of multiple books about atheism. He can be reached at @HemantMehta.

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