Non-Biblical Doctrines

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This article contains links to articles on various doctrines taught by William Branham. Click on the picture or description name for the full article.

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A prophet or not a prophet?. William Branham said that he was a prophet. Then he said that he never said he was a prophet. Then he said he was a prophet. Then he said he wasn't a prophet. Who is right in this argument, and why?

What does it mean to have Fallen From Grace? Is it how you dress? Or is it something radical like replacing faith in Jesus Christ with a man-made law?

Enoch and Noah were on the Earth preaching at the same time, according to William Branham. Enoch represented the wise virgin while Noah represented the foolish virgin. Is this what the Bible actually teaches?

The Prophet and The Eagle. William Branham taught that a prophet is represented by an Eagle in the Bible. So, pick up your Bible and let's check if this is really the case.

A Gentile Elijah based on Matthew 17:11. William Branham taught that he was Elijah the Prophet, and that a gentile prophet was promised. But is this what the Bible teaches?

Matthew 24:28 says "For wheresoever the carcass is, there will the eagles be gathered together" in the King James Version. The English Standard Version says "Wherever the corpse is, there the vultures will gather." How does this simple change impact Message doctrine?

Michael the Archangel. To most Christians he is an angel. To Jehovah Witnesses he is Jesus. William Branham also taught that Michael was Jesus in the form of an Angel. Is this Biblical?

Are There Women Angels? Did you know that the Book of Zechariah talks about winged women?

Progressive Revelation. In order to explain the shift in William Branham's doctrines over time, many ministers who believe he was Elijah the Prophet teach that his sermons became more inspired as time went on. As a result, they will ignore a statement from 1961 if a quote from 1965 states the opposite.


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