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At the very least, a cursory survey of this material will yield some extraordinary findings: among them, thousands of documented miracles and thousands of additional prophecies great and small. Together with these, of course, there is the preaching and teaching.
Over the years, it has not been the miracles or the prophecies which have been held to ridicule or questioned by informed sources. The proof of the authentic nature of this ministry is so easily obtainable and so extensive and forms so great a body of evidence that attempting to deny it would be futile and irresponsible.
William Branham's teachings, however, are another matter. This is where the greatest criticism has come in recent years. It is said that William Branham was indeed a mighty prophet, that the gifts God placed in his life to discern spirits, perform miracles, and receive visions are unprecedented in all of Church history, from the days of the Apostles to present. But by attempting to handle God's Word, conventional wisdom has it, William Branham entered into a ministry he was not called to.
In the Dictionary of Cults, Sects, Religions & The Occult, the three doctrines listed as taut by William Branham which are most offensive to historical Christian orthodoxy, are the following:
3)The Malachi Prophet
In this book the Author refutes the claims that the teachings of William Branham are heterodox by addressing these three issues.
A must read for anyone interested in the subject.
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