I'm sure this gentleman has all the right intentions and I'm sure he's a good guy. His arguments, while I might agree slightly, are very weak. I know this ministry very well, and he is drastically miss representing it. I have seen literally hundreds if not thousands of lives changed in the ministry. Homosexuals given their lives to Jesus and turning from their ways. People turning to Jesus and get healed of drug addiction people healed from cancer, Marriages restored the list that I have personally been witness to is huge.
By their fruit you will recognize them.
I could only listen to 15 minutes, and he makes a mistake in his own argument. He says that we are the only ones to blame for our sin, when the Bible says that sin is in us because of Adam. The last thing I heard from him was that every apostle talked about Sin, my question is did Jesus address their sin? Woman at the well, healing of the blind man, adulterous woman? Nope. Jesus blessed them gave them hope, and healing first and then addressed their sin if he needed to, exactly what Lakewood does. it is the goodness of God leads us to repentance. Typically I don't write reviews, and typically I do not waste my time on someone who is unfortunately not informed.
But I would invite this gentlemen to come down and visit Lakewood.