history June 11, 2019 On Pentecostal snake handling again Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleDo Angels Protect our Children? Next articleDUAL Covenant Theology 11 Comments Reply June 11, 2019 Charles Page I doubt that Hensley is the credit for originating snake handling in the Church of God. Reply June 11, 2019 Robert Erwine the metaphoric ones are much tougher ones to recover from though aren’t they ? Reply June 12, 2019 Varnel Watson Charles Page meeting with the author of this new book who is also the sheriff and official historian of McMinn County Reply June 12, 2019 Charles Page be interesting what he has to say! Reply June 12, 2019 Varnel Watson I am actually have a dialog with him this year on the Trail of Tears which went trough there somewhat Reply June 12, 2019 Tom Steele http://www.barcroft.tv/snake-church-pastor-cody-coots-rattlesnake-bite-venom-hospital-aftermath Reply June 12, 2019 Varnel Watson wasnt this shown as fake news awhile back? Reply June 12, 2019 Tom Steele Troy Day Well, not real sure. I suppose it’s possible that the Cody Coots story was a fabrication by attention seekers, but even if it is, it’s still a spin-off of what appears to be a real story of his father dying from a snake bite. This story was covered in 2014 by ABC, so I guess the Cody Coots story could just be people making that part up. Either way, at least at one point in time they WERE playing with rattlesnakes in church and something bad happened….. https://abcnews.go.com/US/snake-handling-pentecostal-pastor-dies-snake-bite/story?id=22551754 Reply June 12, 2019 Varnel Watson all sorts of fake news out there nowadays You should consult the master snake handler Alan Smith Reply June 15, 2019 Vickie Embry No thank you Reply June 15, 2019 Varnel Watson Charles Page loves it – it was a Moses thing Tom Steele Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.