Tonight on TV! Pint-Sized Preachers!

Watch 4-year-olds deliver fire-and-brimstone sermons on the National Geographic Channel

Directly from CNN's Belief Blog:

They preach, the heal the sick, and they swagger from the pulpit. But these aren't your average preachers, they are children dubbed pint-sized preachers. The viral internet phenomenon is transitioning to TV in a new documentary.

On Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET, the National Geographic Channel will air "Pint-Sized Preachers," a documentary looking inside the controversial world of child evangelists and the families who watch over them.

The hourlong documentary tells the stories of three young boys who have gained notoriety for their explosive sermons and, in one case, a self-proclaimed power to heal the sick with a single touch.

Will the documentary have the same cringe-inducing effect on viewers as, say, TLC's "Toddlers and Tiaras"?

After watching this preview, I don't know whether I'm fascinated or totally turned off:

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