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The popularity of Shamblin's teaching resulted in appearances on CNN's Larry King Live, BBC, 20/20, The View, as well as in such magazines as Good Housekeeping and Woman’s Day. Participants were not only losing weight while eating regular foods, but they were using the same Bible-based principles to turn away from other addictions such as smoking and alcohol abuse.[11]

Shamblin has developed seven different seminars over the past two decades through Weigh Down.[12][13] These seminars teach people "how to transfer a relationship with food over to a loving relationship toward God."
Television, magazine and news media appearances[edit]
Shamblin has been featured on The Today Show,[17] CNN's "Larry King Live"[18] DaySide,[19] and The Early Show.[20] Participants from the Weigh Down Workshop have been featured on the cover of Good Housekeeping,[21] in the Ladies' Home Journal,[22] in People Magazine,[23] First magazine,[24] Quick and Simple,[25] and in numerous newspaper articles.In 2007, The Tyra Banks Show[26] devoted an hour long program to Shamblin, the Weigh Down Workshop, the Fellowship and participants from Weigh Down programs.

In 2009, Shamblin and Weigh Down Ministries were featured on such television programs as WeTV’s Secret Lives of Women,[27] The Insider,[28] and MBC-TV’s Morning Show.[29]

Remnant Fellowship Church[edit]
Shamblin is a leader in and a founder of the Remnant Fellowship Church, which differs from a number of Protestant denominations in areas such as the denial of the doctrine of the Trinity and its observance of the Biblical Sabbath. The church takes its name from the Book of Ezra 9:8-9, which mentions a "faithful remnant" of followers.[30] According to the church's website,[31] it currently has over 100 locations worldwide. The church was started in 1999 in Brentwood, Tennessee.

In a 2001 interview with The New Yorker, Shamblin stated that she felt called by God to start Remnant Fellowship after noticing that some users of the Weigh Down program were beginning to gain back their weight. This led her to theorize that the mainstream Protestant doctrine of "Eternal Security" leads some people to believe they have a license to sin.[32]

Criticism[edit]
Diet principles[edit]
Other dietitians have questioned the soundness of Shamblin's diet advice, which focuses on faith instead of healthy eating habits or exercise.[33][34] In the book Born Again Bodies: Flesh and Spirit in American Christianity (ISBN 0520242408), author Marie Griffith, a Princeton associate professor of religion, examines the trend of religion-based dieting. Although critical of Shamblin for using the Christianity label while building her business, Griffith credits Shamblin for the new wave of interest in creating "a more holy body", and substantial sections of the work examine Shamblin's movement.[35] Griffith notes, "In Shamblin's world, people who don't lose weight often feel like failures. If they don't lose weight, it's a failure of discipline; it's a failure of obedience."[36] At the same time, Griffith's work places Shamblin's movement squarely within a historical tradition of perfecting one's body in order to be more Christ-like, or fasting and dieting in order to feel closer to God.

Religious beliefs
Shamblin's weight loss programs were initially very well received within Christian churches. Tens of thousands of churches in many different denominations used her materials to teach her faith-based weight loss program in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Controversy arose when she began to teach that the doctrine of the Trinity was not Biblical. Shamblin made it clear that she believes Jesus Christ is not God but rather God's son [1]. This led Thomas Nelson Publishers to cancel the publication of Exodus, her next work. In a letter to her followers sent to clarify her position on the Trinity, Shamblin wrote: "The reason all of this is important is that if you do not understand that God is the clear authority and that Jesus was under God's authority, then you will not have a clear picture of what it means to be Christ like. Jesus suffered, obeyed, submitted, denied his will, and made it his food to do the will of the Father." Later Shamblin writes, "I believe that Jesus and God are two separate beings." She also says that she does not believe that Jesus and God are equal in power and glory.

Libel suits filed against Remnant Fellowship critics[edit]
There have been two cases where Shamblin and other Remnant Fellowship church members have filed libel suits against critics. The first was a libel suit suing for a sum of 3.3 million dollars.[41] It was filed by 67 members of Remnant Fellowship, including Shamblin, against two separate parties: an anonymous blogger and Rafael Martinez. An anonymous blogger posted criticism of Shamblin and her church. One of the statements implied that two Remnant Fellowship members who were indicted for beating their eight-year old son to death had relied on advice from "Remnant leadership." Other statements detailed the prices paid by Shamblin for properties she owned along with private information about the church members on his website. Martinez, a vocal critic of Remnant Fellowship, claimed Shamblin was leading a cult.[42] After being threatened with a 3.3 million dollar lawsuit, the blogger recanted and posted an apology on his site.[43] Martinez never changed his stance or changed any material on his website critical of Gwen so the trial went on. Martinez moved to dismiss the claim against him in January 2007.[44] At the first hearing on April 4, 2007, the judge granted Martinez's motion concluding "the Plaintiffs' Complaint does not sufficiently state a claim for defamation" to which the judge gave the plaintiffs 15 days to amend their complaint.[45] Rather than amending, the plaintiffs withdrew the suit.

Martinez continued in his claims, causing Shamblin and Tedd Anger (a leader of Shamblin's church) to file a second suit against him.[48] On March 22, 2010, this suit was heard in Williamson County Circuit Court in Tennessee. The judge granted the defense's motion for summary judgment and dismissed the suit.[49] Shamblin and Anger appealed to the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Case No. M2010-00974-COA-R3-CV, and in an opinion filed April 13, 2011, the dismissal was affirmed: "This defamation action arises out of the publication of a statement to an internet website. The trial court held that plaintiffs were unable to show actual malice in order to sustain defamation and false light invasion of privacy claims and granted summary judgment to the defendant. Finding no error, we affirm.


Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images

Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images
Healthy Eating Habits Health Tips in Urdu for Kids In Hindi for Women for 2012 for Men for Summer in Urdu for Man Tamil Images

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