Episode 60 – An interview with message follower C. Jay Cox (Part 4)

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Episode 60 – An interview with message follower C. Jay Cox (Part 4)
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Listen to Jay Cox, a message follower, in a conversation with Rod Bergen, a former message believer.  In this conclusion of their interview,, they discuss why someone should follow William Branham and the status is of those who do not follow William Branham.  

Other topics referred to in the interview:

Nik Ripken – The Insanity of God

Dallas Willard – Postmodern Holiness

Music – Blues composition from Band-in-a-Box (Rod Bergen)

3 Replies to “Episode 60 – An interview with message follower C. Jay Cox (Part 4)”

  1. Good on you Jay for coming on.

    Rod, if I may, next time, give the guest more time to talk so they can fully answer your questions. At times it felt like you interrupted quite a bit. But your valid arguments were not satisfied by jay, unfortunately. He gave no clear answers. Jay will need to do an objective research and post it online.

    God bless the both of you.

  2. God bless you Bro Rod and Bro Jay. Would like to know from Bro Jay if he believes the Kenneth Hagin prophecy and what do you suggest I do when i see all the facts. I have to be honest to myself when I see the facts. I’m currently a musician in a message church and the reason i’m still there is because I believe in honouring the ressurection of Jesus and the gathering of the saints. I’m not lying to myself any more though. I would just like to know how you deal with it. I would probably find it hard to believe that you dismiss the facts as untrue ,since you sound like a very bright and intelligent young man. I’m sure you can see the facts clearly.
    I never met Bro Branham but i respect him and believe him to be a son of God, but i’m not wrong to point out when he lied about things. I use to believe it’s blaspheme to do it but it’s not.
    God bless
    Bro Thomas

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