Cancer Cure Claimed in Christian Viral Video


Beliefnet, a large, well known religious website that focuses on faith and spirituality has partnered with a website claiming to have found a cure for cancer. Earlier this week, Beliefnet sent out an email with the title “Atheists Speechless! They cant’ explain THIS…” Inside the email is a link to a website run by a man named Brian Chambers and endorsed by celebrity doctor Dr. Mark Stengler, a prominent Christian theologian who has his own show on PBS that touts natural and alternative healing practices. The email also contains a link to a video that has gone viral on social media, claiming a complete cancer cure.

The email sent by beliefnet reads, in part:

I’d love to see an atheist try to explain THIS.

It’s a video about a recent discovery made by biblical researchers in Maryland. While investigating a certain New Testament passage, they found something they never expected…

A mysterious healing message within ancient scripture.

It appears to contain a secret for defeating one of our worst diseases… and the science behind it has been verified by one of America’s top doctors!


The website, Health Revelations, states definitively: “Carefully woven into ancient scripture…there is a cutting-edge CURE for cancer.” A lengthy video then begins to play which claims that a complete cancer cure is hidden in the Bible. Called the “Matthew 4 Cancer Protocol,” this so-called cancer cure is said to be miraculously free of side effects as well as inexpensive. “Just imagine… a cancer treatment that’s completely non-invasive, with virtually zero side effects… a treatment that can safely be used along with conventional therapies, without costing you an added penny…” says the Christian viral video.

The transcript goes on to talk about case studies of real people who have been magically “cured” of late-stage cancer just by following the Matthew 4 protocol. However, no evidence, such as peer reviewed, published research for example, is offered to support these statements.

At the end of the video, the site user is prompted for a credit card number in order to sign up to receive the “miraculous cancer cure” which is contained in a book called  The Bible’s Healing Code Revealed. The customer will also receive 12 additional books on natural and alternative “cures.” The 12 additional books come “free” with the $74 purchase of The Bible’s Healing Code Revealed.

The transcript states that the reason no one knows about this cancer cure is that the information is being purposely suppressed by “big pharma” because that industry “will not make any money” if the Bible code/cancer cure is revealed:

…Why  in the world haven’t you heard about this life saving therapy?

Because it doesn’t involve drugs of any kind (not even supplements), when you use the Matthew 4 protocol… no one makes any money!

The owner of the website, though, will indeed make money by selling a series of books for $74. There is a discount available for senior citizens.

The transcript further goes on to say that oncologists will be “stunned” when they see cancer miraculously disappearing from those who follow this secret protocol. A complete cure for cancer is not all that is contained in the Bible’s code, though, according to the Christian viral video. Cures for heart disease, arthritis, obesity, chronic pain and more are all available in the book.

Beside the video and transcript sent out by Beliefnet, the Christian Broadcasting Network published a piece that claims a ketogenic diet can “kill cancer cells.” A ketogenic diet is similar to the diet recommended in the “Matthew 4 protocol” which is a very low-carb diet with bouts of fasting thrown in.

The viral video claims that numerous universities and the Mt. Sinai Medical Center have done research to back the Matthew 4 protocol; however, when contacted by other media outlets, the University of Florida stated that the assertion is not true and it is “very disturbing” that the name of their university is mentioned in the video.

This Christian viral video claims that a cancer cure has been found, but offers no concrete evidence to support these claims. The video has also been sent out by a website called GOPUSA, a site that aims to bring “conservative values” to America. It is unclear whether the site has any formal association with the official GOP. The low carbohydrate diet recommended in the Matthew 4 protocol and on the Christian Broadcasting Network has no properties that are proven to affect cancer cells. Experts questioned about the claims in the video say they are not valid, and that the owner of the website that hosts the video is perpetrating a scam on cancer patients desperate for a cure.

By: Rebecca Savastio




Health Revelations


10 Responses to "Cancer Cure Claimed in Christian Viral Video"

  1. justtryit   January 30, 2015 at 6:26 pm

    There is a natural cure to cancer. And Yes, it is written in Matthew 4. Jesus was able to overcome the tempting devil after Jesus FASTED for 40 days and 40 nights. When you fast, your cells recognize the decreased intake of calories, and start slowing down their normal cellular processes to conserve energy. Cancer cells are unable to slow down. Cancer cells continue to grow rapidly as they always have, but without food, a miracle happens. The cancer cells begin to die of starvation while normal cells survive. Fasting also allows the blood that would normally be hard at work digesting food in your intestines to move to other parts of your body that require healing. It’s that easy. The best solution is usually the simplest solution. Don’t think the cure to cancer must be some complicated chemical developed in a laboratory after billions of dollars of research. God would not require that. Simply fast. Jesus did. Moses did. Ghandi did. Ancient Greek philosophers did. Try it out. At the VERY worst, you’ll save money. If you’re in the late stages of cancers, you have nothing else to lose anyway.

    I recommend fasting to anyone, not just cancer victims. Drink water, nothing else. No juice, no food, no brushing your teeth. Consume nothing but water. Jesus did 40 days and 40 nights. Do not fast for longer than that. You’d be surprised how easy it really is. After 3 days you will not feel any hunger. The first 3 days are the hardest.

    Humans don’t need to eat everyday to maintain normal energy levels. In fact, you might notice a new natural, light feeling energy after a few days of fasting. I did. Unless you have a ripped 6-pack for a stomach, your body has some reserves to keep you moving for about a month. Trust me. Just live your life, drink water, and enjoy the results.


    • EL   March 19, 2015 at 9:14 pm

      Fast for 40 days on nothing but water and all your health problems will be solved – permanently. You won’t even need water or oxygen when you are done.

  2. Paula   December 29, 2014 at 10:02 am

    Anything is possible for God. My great nephew had terminal, agressive brain cancer at 4years old. He is 14 now, docs,gave him less than 6months, but after priest with healing gifts prayed it disappeared. Neuro surgeon freaked and cried with jou! All CT showed was a little scar tissue. Go figure! God is good

  3. Leslie   November 29, 2014 at 9:40 am

    Our pastors and experts are well-educated. I want it to be evaluated by the professionals. It wouldn’t surprise me if there is a nutritional cure.

  4. Lyle Cammerer   November 21, 2014 at 3:21 pm

    I Need the telephone Number so I can order the books and Yearly Subscribtion

  5. Moroni1827   November 10, 2014 at 3:40 pm

    Dear Heavenly Father: I just had my leg amputated. I have read and believe in your inerrant Word and I know you can restore my leg. In Matt 7:7 and Matt 17:20 you promised that prayers will be answered if only one believes. I believe! Therefore, P > Q } X = ~ PAX (+)(-) /66 AD/\ (76 trombones). Please attach my new leg by next Friday cause I have a wedding to go to on Saturday. P.S. To save you some trouble, I looked up the medical code for divinely installed legs (knee and below only): U7GODDA7BE7KIDDIN7ME666. Thanks again. If it helps, I will be doubling my tithe this Sunday. It’s the least I can do as I will be saving lots of money for a prosthesis.

  6. brian c.   September 25, 2014 at 12:29 am

    if it really worked the information would be absolutely free.jesus healed the sick for free. brian chambers and dr. stengler are false christian preying on desperate folk. shame on them.they should repent of their wicked greed.

  7. Ndi Madu   September 8, 2014 at 8:04 am

    If this claim is true then free you should give. It appear they want to sell books.

  8. Phillip   August 13, 2014 at 2:30 pm

    As a believer, I would like to think that this is true. But the information is minuscule, and it looks as though they want us to buy a book.

    As a believer, I can tell you that the answer is in Chapter 4 of Matthew, but it is doubtful that these folks understand it.

    The Logic behind this is quite simple, as I will demonstrate.

    Matthew 4: [17] ¶From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

    The Kingdom has not always been “at hand”.

    Yet it was under the consequent of the Kingdom that Christ performed His healing, whether they were mere sickness or demonic. Matthew 4:23-24. The same charge was given to the disciples.

    Matthew 10: [7] And as ye go, preach, saying, The kingdom of heaven is at hand.
    [8] Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils: freely ye have received, freely give.

    This is given in the form of a Hypothetical Syllogism – an IF-THEN conditional – in Matthew 12:28.


    ∧ and
    ~ not
    ∨ or
    → if… then
    ⊢ therefore

    Matthew 12:28 “But IF I cast out devils by the Spirit of God (P), THEN the kingdom of God is come unto you. (Q)”

    Matthew 21:43- “Therefore say I unto you, The kingdom of God shall be taken from you (~Q)…”

    THEREFORE, NOT Christ is casting out devils by the Spirit of God (~P)

    P → Q
    ├ ~P

    Time and events altered the consequent.

    Therefore, the disciples were no longer told to preach, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils, but to “wait”, “tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye be endued with power from on high.” Luk 24:49. Act 1:4.

    Matthew 21:-43 “…and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof.” But (X). → Revelation 12:10.

    The testimony of them that heard Him (Heb 2:3-4) is over (1Cor. 13:8-13), and the miraculous signs commonly sought will not be seen again until Rev 12:10.

    This tells us why, for example, God does not heal amputees today. Aside from the fact that they are not ill, the removal of the Kingdom meant a removal of the benefits, It is the only Logical Conclusion.

    Now, I don’t hold God’s daily itinerary in my hand. I believe that miracles occur today. What God chooses to do on an individual basis is not my concern. And we certainly don’t take exceptions and apply them as the general rule.

    But the expectation of the would-be critic that those things should be occurring today is clearly illogical.

    I also feel that the folks pushing this “cancer cure” are full of horse crap. They’re selling books.

  9. Godthes Upreme Being   June 3, 2014 at 1:38 pm

    Sounds to me as if they describing the medicinal properties of R.S.O. cannabis oil. “And God created the herb and saw that it was good”. High THC cannabis oil has been shown to treat varying cancers, something that ‘big pharma’ has known about since it;s first studies in 1973. Check our ‘Run From The Cure’ the Rick Simpson story.


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