YouTube Temporarily Shuts Down SermonIndex Channel, Alleging ‘Deceptive Practices’

YouTube temporarily shut down a popular sermon channel, claiming the videos violated their terms of agreement, including “deceptive practices, and misleading content or other Terms of Service violations.”

SermonIndex reports they had more than 35 million views on more than 5,000 videos that were embedded tens of thousands of times across the web.

When SermonIndex reported the suspension, YouTube reportedly responded:

Thank you for your account suspension appeal. We have decided to keep your account suspended based on our Community Guidelines and Terms of Service. Please visit for more information.

However, YouTube reinstated the page Feb. 1.

“We have re-reviewed your account and have concluded that it is not in violation of our Terms of Service. Therefore, we have unsuspended your account. This means your account is once again active and operational, and in good standing,” YouTube told SermonIndex.

SermonIndex founder founder Greg Gordon says the shutdown was a tool of the enemy.

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