theology April 4, 2019 3 best Pentecostal preachers you’ve ever heard Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThe Case for Christian Socialism Next articleDoing the Father’s business or just busy? 88 Comments Reply April 4, 2019 Douglas Bowers Sr. Ray H Hughes, T.L.Lowery, Raymond Culpepper Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson strange – isnt Culpepper still living? Reply April 4, 2019 Salvatore Tropea Sr Willard Cantelon, William Lovick, Oral Roberts. There have been so many other! Reply April 4, 2019 Louise Cummings I would say Perry Stone, Jentezen Franklin, T. L. Lowery. Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson strange – didnt T.L. pass? Reply April 4, 2019 John Duncan Vaudie Lambert, AA Allen , Jack Coe Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson you think AA Allen is a great preacher? based on style, content, signs, theology ? Reply April 4, 2019 John Duncan Troy Day I think he had great doctrine on holiness, some healing teachings were good and his delivery was amazing. Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson not so great on the Trinity and some more BUT as far as delivery I am not sure I would place him high – just my liking of course Reply April 4, 2019 John Duncan Go to pentecostal gold web site and hear the best Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson like who? Reply April 4, 2019 John Duncan Don Brankel should be checked out. Reply April 4, 2019 Link Hudson I heard him preach at Family Worship Center in the 1980s. Swaggart liked him and he preached there a bit. After a while it got a little repetitive. Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson so THUS FAR NO women – WOW Joe Absher Reply April 4, 2019 Ed Brewer Ray H. Hughes, G.E. Patterson, Mae Terry Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson no TL? Reply April 4, 2019 Ed Brewer Troy Day ….loved and honored him as a revivalist, but his preaching was more about delivery than content – you asked for the best preachers Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson FJ May still No 1 in sermon content/structure Reply April 4, 2019 Jerome Herrick Weymouth R.W. Shambach, my first pastor C.L. Dixon, Pastor Michael D. Neville. Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson Shambach was one of the greatest indeed Reply April 4, 2019 Greg Robinson John Macarthur, John Piper, David Jeremiah Reply April 4, 2019 Ed Brewer Greg Robinson ….its past April 1 Reply April 4, 2019 Greg Robinson Ed Brewer ???jk Reply April 4, 2019 Cecil Carpenter Greg Robinson THE SUBJECT IS PENTECOSTAL PREACHERS !GREG ROBINSON !! Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson DONT miss Paul Washer Cecil Carpenter I think when Greg was at Regent those 3 were the closest to a Pentecostal they ever invited 🙂 Reply April 4, 2019 Cecil Carpenter Troy Day ? Reply April 4, 2019 Charles Satterwhite Greg Robinson not Calvinism but Pentecostal Wesleyanism Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham B.H. Clendennen, Leonard Ravenhill, and A.W.Tozer Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson Clendennen took most of his material from another preacher Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day who are you talking about? Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day Jesus? Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day Paul? Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson No – Clendennen Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day yeah I know, I was asking which preacher? Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson oh hold on – I will dig it up We’ve spoken about this on several occasions The SOC was taken 1:1 Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day C.M Ward? Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson He used the concept and titled it The School of Christ and used much of T Austin Sparks https://www.facebook.com/groups/pentecostaltheologygroup/permalink/1775593022495705/ Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson http://www.austin-sparks.net/ Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day you have a problem with someone calling a ministry the School of Christ? Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day I know who he is and the School of Christ International is actually a school that runs for three weeks at a time and is in over 160 countries. Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson I am well aware of all that Was close to the start of SOC in 1992 and afterwords but the material was still not own Reply April 4, 2019 Jeff Latham Troy Day oh, you’re saying he stole the format for the teaching from TAS Reply April 4, 2019 Jason Lohse Jeff Latham ravenhill and Tozer were not Pentecostal. But some of my favorite preachers Reply April 5, 2019 Pentecostal Ravenhill was Pentecostal Reply April 5, 2019 Jeff Latham Jason Lohse you sure about that? Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson format AND much of his teachings Reply April 5, 2019 Jason Lohse Jeff Latham I’ve listened to hours of ravenhill. He was a Methodist if I remember right. And he did not believe in speaking with tongues as the infilling. He preached at Pentecostal churches but was not one. He wasn’t against it, he was for regeneration and holiness. Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson Jeff Latham yeah pretty sure – like 101% Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson Joe Absher I was gonna say Link Hudson but then naaah 🙂 Reply April 4, 2019 Joe Absher Heard a great story. A woman told the pastor one Sunday afternoon after a good service, “you sure have a wonderful gift!” The pastor responded “it may be a gift but it takes 40 hours a week to unwrap!” Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson a young boy asked his daddy on a Sunday morning Is this preacher any good? He aint good, son, but he aint long either I think this may have happened at Ed Brewer church Reply April 4, 2019 Ed Brewer Troy Day ha Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson may have been when Brody Pope visited though Reply April 5, 2019 Brody Pope Lol Reply April 4, 2019 Varnel Watson funny no one has else mentioned any of them ol boys who preached around Peter Vandever when he was in town Reply April 4, 2019 Link Hudson For speaking skill Jimmy Swaggart is really good. The cadence, the dramatic pause…. Is speaking skill the main criteria? Reply April 4, 2019 Tony Edwards Ray H. Hughes, R.W. Schambach, and Colie L. Edwards. Reply April 4, 2019 Charles Satterwhite EL Terry; RW Schambach, TL Lowery Reply April 4, 2019 W Wayne Pugh Bishop G E Patterson, Evangelist R W Schambach & Dr. Mark Hanby. Reply April 4, 2019 Link Hudson Mark Rutland went to a Methodist seminary, but he’s run a Pentecostal Bible college and he’s on staff at a Pentecostal church now. Reply April 4, 2019 Jason Lohse Jimmy Swaggart, David Wilkerson, Carter Conlon. Reply April 4, 2019 Joe Absher What’s a Pentecostal Preacher? Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson still funny that NO one mentions ANYone from the FL revivals, Kansas, Toronto or Redding California Philip Williams Peter Vandever I STILL think BETHEL is one HOT MESS of a church a theological sleeper cell a time bomb in the making – just waiting Reply April 5, 2019 Peter Vandever Bethel is off course but God is not done with it Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson I think Bethel is done with God Also, I am YET to hear good preaching out of Kansas Seems like good preachers are NOT in Kansas anymore Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson and what about NO TD Jakes – anyone? I would have considered Tom Steele points us to Rodney Lee Parsley by now Reply April 5, 2019 Tom Steele Eh… Parsley’s a good preacher. Maybe up until about 4 or 5 years ago I would have said deserving of at least contending for “Top 3” if we are seriously rating preachers like some type of idolatrous person-worship practice. But the last few years he’s been different. Even if I wanted to participate in this idol-worship discussion of venerating preachers above others I wouldn’t likely include Parsley on such a list at the present time. He needs to reevaluate a saying he got from his mentor Lester Sumrall: There’s much to be gained by a return to the discarded values of the past. Reply April 5, 2019 Greg Robinson Tom Steele ‘idol-worship and veneration of preachers’ is the root problem with many stagnated churches that ‘used’ to be on fire. Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson Greg Robinson Parsley used to be a good preacher in the 90s Pass 2012 he moved into average IMO Reply April 5, 2019 Tom Steele Troy Day I’d go as far as mid-2015. He was preaching some really, really good material in the months right before he announced that he had to step down for a season to receive treatment for his vocal chord cancer. That situation seems to have been the greatest thing to effect him. For whatever reason, things have not been the same since. Reply April 5, 2019 Tom Steele I do agree though that in the 90’s and early 2000’s he was truly on fire. Reply April 5, 2019 Varnel Watson Yes I remember around 94-95 that joke could preach and 2000 too may be but I quit following Now 2012 was a mess When did the little college round tables talk shows started? Reply April 5, 2019 Anonymous Loran Livingston, Ray H Hughes, David Wilkerson Reply April 6, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Dr. Paul Walker Jr. Mt. Paran Church of God Atlanta, GA Reply April 6, 2019 Varnel Watson entertaining Reply April 6, 2019 Don Watson I’ve heard so many good ones over the last sixty years. It would be impossible to rank them! what would be the criteria? Do we look at scholarship? emotion? Or What? I think we’d be getting into subjective issues rather than objective reality. And I’ve never even heard many of you, so how could I judge? DEW Reply April 6, 2019 Cecil Carpenter T.D..JAKES IS A BI SEXUAL MULTI MILLIONAIRE WHO ONCE PROCLAIMED JESUS ONLY ! JUST SAYING FOR A FRIEND FROM WEST VIRGINIA Reply April 6, 2019 Link Hudson What is your basis for accusing a man of being bi-sexual? How would you have learned that? Reply April 6, 2019 Cecil Carpenter Link Hudson Well you will have to ask him why he said he liked young men !!SOME TIME !AND THEN THE ONE LESS MOVEMENT CAN BE CHECKED OUT BY PARKERSBURG , WEST VIRGINIA ! END OF STORY !! Reply April 6, 2019 Link Hudson Cecil Carpenter If you want me to understand you, please do not write in all caps. Is ‘the one less movement’ a movement, or this just a random string of letters? Who is Parkersburg? Could you write this in a way that it more comprehensible ot people who do not know what you are talking about? Was the comment about liking young men sexual in nature, or reinterpreted by people with dirty minds? Wasn’t he misquoted as supporting homosexuality a few years ago? Reply April 6, 2019 Cecil Carpenter Link Hudson Kma Reply April 6, 2019 Link Hudson Cecil Carpenter I guessed what that meant, but looked it up to be sure. If someone would respond like that, I don’t know if they have much of value to contribute to a discussion like this. You just make yourself look bad. Reply April 6, 2019 Joe Absher Still no mention of that fiery preacher John Wesley Reply April 6, 2019 Varnel Watson very few have heard him in his own age Reply April 6, 2019 Don Watson I’d certainly like to have heard Wesley preach; He was the founder of Methodism and of the Holiness movement. While he may well have been Pentecostal in heart, I’ve never heard of him as being called a Pentecostal preacher. But I’m saying too much–not challenging any of you, just voicing some thoughts. DEW Reply April 6, 2019 Jason Lohse Joe Absher not Pentecostal Reply April 6, 2019 Joe Absher https://youtu.be/MHcgyxuVok8 Reply October 4, 2019 Alexander Petzinger Charles Spurgeon and A.W. 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