Branham’s influence has continued in many churches where his prophecies are considered to be divinely inspired. His teaching on the power of the spoken word has been a characteristic of later revivalists. Kenneth Hagin identifies Branham as a prophet.
In the 50’s Paul Cain, who later headed the Kansas City Prophets, travelled with and ministered alongside William Branham. Cain called him “the greatest prophet that ever lived.” Though he disagrees with Branham’s views on the doctrine of theTrinity, Cain very much promotes Branham’s equally heretical Manifest Sons of God teachings.
- William M. Branham, ‘Adoption’ (Jeffersonville, IN: Spoken Word Publications, 1960, p31, 104
- William Branham, Footprints on the Sands of Time: The autobiography of William Marrion Branham, Part Two (Jeffersonville, IN: Spoken Word Publications, 1975), pp. 627, 629, 643, 648
- William M. Branham, ‘My Life Story’ (Spoken Word Publications, undated), p.27.
- According to Walter J. Hollenweger, who interpreted for Branham in Zurich (W. J. Hollenweger, The Pentecostals, 1977. p.354)
- D.E. Harrell, Jr., All Things are Possible: The Healing and Charismatic Revivals in Modern America (1975). p.162
Profile of William Branham (Contra) Compiled by Watchman Fellowship
What Did William Branham Really Believe? (Contra) Good overview.
William Branham’s History (Contra)
William Branham: Prophet of God? (Contra) Note: keyed grey as the site promotes KJV-onlyism and has a decidedly anti-Charismatic outlook.
William Branham: Seventh Church Age Messager or False Prophet? (Contra) Note: keyed orange as the article presents a United Pentecostalist critique of Branham
- Cloverdale Bibleway [Pro] Not Recommended. Formerly at www.biblebelievers.org, this used to be billed at the William Branham homepage. Good source for those who are researching Branham and the Branhamites.
- Seek Ye The Truth [Contra] From the site’s ‘About’ page:
This website is dedicated to those trapped into or having escaped from the religious following of William Marrion Braham. Within the movement are genuine, loving individuals that believe their denomination of faith is founded in the Bible, but in reality, is founded around the fictional stories of a man from Jeffersonville, Indiana. The folklore of this man became a part of the way of life for so many of our friends and family, and to remove any portion of this fiction is to remove a part of your inner being. …
- Voice of God Recordings, Inc. [Pro] Not Recommended. “Voice Of God Recordings, Inc. is an inter-denominational ministry that is dedicated to the furtherance of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. The primary source of the material that we distribute is the recorded sermons of the late William Marrion Branham, a prophet of God and internationally-recognized evangelist.”