Credibility

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In our search to find out the truth and to separate fact from fiction as it relates to William Branham's ministry, the biggest issue that we have run across is whether William Branham is credible with respect to the various stories he relates describing supernatural experiences.

Credibility refers to the believability, trustworthiness and reliability of a person or message.

Was William Branham credible

As a minister of the Gospel, one starts off with the assumption that William Branham was credible. But that assumption can be eliminated or overturned if it can be demonstrated that, at times, he did not tell the truth. This might not necessarily mean that he was lying, as it is possible to believe that what you are saying is the truth but it's really not.

The following items have caused us to question William Branham's credibility:

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