This is part 3 of our discussion with message pastor Jesse Smith regarding the status of William Branham as a prophet. Specifically, in this portion of our discussion, we deal with:
- How do we respond to WMB’s failed visions given the clear requirements of Deuteronomy 18:20 to 22?
- How is this affected by cognitive bias?
- Is the baptism of the Holy Spirit a separate work of grace, like salvation?
- Do you have to accept the message of William Branham to be born again?
- If WMB was the messenger to the church of Laodicea, the Elijah prophet and the angel of revelation 10:7, how could he be so lacking in credibility?
These questions all focused around the agreed question for discussion:
William Branham is considered by his followers to be a prophet and, specifically, the messenger to the church of Laodicea (the fulfillment of Rev 3:14), the Elijah prophet (fulfilling Malachi4:5-6) and the angel of Revelation 10:7. Was William Branham who his followers say he is?
The following is a transcript of part 3 of our discussion: