William Branham Was In A Cult Before Starting the Message Cult

  • 2 years ago
In each version of his stage persona from 1947 to 1965, William Branham was dishonest about his involvement with Roy E. Davis' Pentecostal church. Branham claimed that Davis' Pentecostal church was Baptist, and that he was ordained in a Baptist church.

We have finally discovered why Branham was dishonest.

Roy E. Davis, an official spokesperson for the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacy groups, eventual Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, was not simply planting a church in Jeffersonville Indiana. The "Pentecostal Baptist Church" did not refer to a building. It referred to a sect of Pentecostalism. Roy E. Davis was the "overseer" of the National Headquarters of the Pentecostal Baptist church in Jeffersonville Indiana.

William Branham did not simply "start a cult" when he started his "Message" sect. And
when William Branham was touring with Davis and winning converts by allegedly drinking poison, they were recruiting for their sect.

You can learn this and more on william-branham.org

Davis’ Cult:

Billie Branham Pentecostal Tabernacle Planted by Davis:

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