overcome them. Branham lamented that more so than any other teaching, Pentecostals criticized him for his predestination teachings. Paul McGann (narrator interviews edit, stephan Jones, Jim Jones' son, vernon Gosney, former Peoples Temple member. 187 Footnotes edit Duyzer 2014,. An African American minister participating in the. Branham insisted that Lindsay take over complete management of domestic Affairs in 1790s American Politics the publication. Attendees reported seeing him "staggering from intense fatigue" during his last meetings. Many of his followers regard his sermons as oral scripture and believe Branham had rediscovered the true doctrines of the early church. Eschatology edit In 1960, Branham preached a series of sermons on the seven church ages based on chapters two and three of the Book of Revelation. 55 Hanegraaf 2001,.
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William Branham: A Man Sent From God. Weaver wrote that Branham's attitude to women concerning physical appearance, sexual drive, and marital relations, was misogynistic, and that Branham saw modern women as "essentially immoral dead Poets Societ sexual machines who were to blame for adultery, divorce and death. "Deep Study: Reverend Jim Jones of Jonestown". Pentecostalism inherited the Wesleyan doctrine of entire sanctification and holiness from its founders, who came from Wesleyan-influenced denominations of the post- American Civil War era. After completing his sermon, he would proceed with a prayer line where he would pray for the sick. At the first of these meetings, held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian minister Ern Baxter joined Branham's team. To draw the crowds he was seeking, Jones needed a religious headliner and arranged to share the platform with Branham. Unlike his contemporaries, who followed doctrinal teachings known as the. "The Legend of William Branham" (PDF).