Who are your to 10 favorit preachers?

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  1. MOTHY34

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    hey.

    just woundering.
    mine are-
    1) Bob W. Smith.
    2) Jack Hyles.
    3) Eric Capaci
    3) Todd Lasiter
    4) Tom Davis
    5) Carl Ogdie
    6) Ron Geris
    7) Danny Bezet
    8) Terry Angel
    9) Clay Ried
    10) Dennis Coral
     
  2. Barnabas H.

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    How many of those you listed are alive today? Can you name also those who already departed, but who are being heard on radio programs and through their written works? Mine contains some of those who are in heaven (not in any particular order) but their preaching lives on:


    01. The Lord Jesus - the greatest preacher ever lived!
    02. The Apostle Paul
    03. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
    04. Rodney Gypsy Smith
    05. J. Vernon McGee
    06. Dwight Lymann Moody
    07. Aiden Wilson Tozer
    08. John C. Whitcomb
    09. Lehman Strauss
    10. Ronald E. Showers
    11. James Montgomery Boice
    12. Donald Grey Barnhouse (just to name a few)

    Now to be faithful to the pastors on BBc, the list continues:
    13. Robert (Dr. Bob) Griffin
    14. Thomas Cassidy
    15. Bob Lemmon
    16. Preacher
    17. Pastor Bob
    18. Rev. Relic (left a powerful post on the FFF!)
    19. Pastor Larry
    20. All the pastors on BBc!

    For if their preaching resembles their write-ups, then they would definitely be my favorites! But I trust you understand that this is only a partial list. I could go on, and on, and on…… :D
     
  3. Dr. Bob

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    My Favorites (living, so I actually "hear" them) include a baker's dozen:

    1. John Piper (pastor)
    2. Chuck Swindoll (radio)
    3. Douglas McLachlan (seminary president)
    4. David Gibbs (attorney)
    5. Tony Campolo (sociology professor)
    6. Josh McDowell (parachurch)
    7. James White (theologian)
    8. John MacArthur (pastor)
    9. Joel Gregory (former homiletics professor)
    10. Woodrow Kroll (radio)
    11. R.C. Sproul (theologian)
    12. Max Lucado (pastor)
    and
    13. James Dobson (psychologist)
     
  4. firedome

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    1. Jesus
    2. Paul
    3. J. Vernon McGee
    4. R.L. Hymers, Jr.
    5. Scott A. O'Neil
    6. John S. Waldrep
    7. George Whitefield
    8. Thomas Boston
    9. Joseph Bellamy
    10. Hugh Binning
    11. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
    12. J.H. Jowett
    13. John Bunyan
    14. G. Campbell Morgan
    15. John R. Rice
    16. D.L. Moody
    17. John Owen
    18. Jonathan Edwards
    19. W.A. Criswell
    20. Thomas Brooks
    21. C.H. Spurgeon
     
  5. Joseph_Botwinick

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    Once again Wells, we agree.

    Here are my favorites: ( in no particular order)

    1. Dr. Calvin Miller
    2. Dr. Al Fasol
    3. Bro. David Birdsong
    4. Bro. Al Merideth
    5. Bro. Jim Copeland
    6. Bro. Jesse Reed
    7. Molly Marshall Green
    8. Bro. Tony Compallo
    9. Dr. Boo Heflin
    10. Bro. Rick Ousley
     
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    1. Tim Jordan (my pastor)
    2. Doug MacLachlin
    3. Doug Finkbeiner (seminary prof)
    4. Howard Wilburn (college pres)
    5. Haddon Robinson (homiletics prof)
    6. G. Campbell Morgan
    7. Erwin Lutzer
    8. Steven Olford
    9. Swindoll
    10. MacArthur
     
  7. MagicDar

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    My favorites are as follows...


    1 Joyce Meyers
    2 Richard roberts
    3 Eastman Curtis
    4 Benny Hinn
    5 Dawson McCalister (not sure if he is an actual pastor but he should be)
    6 My very own pastor
    7 Jesse Duplantis
    8 My retired Nazarine pastor grandpa


    -dar
     
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    Some of the preachers listed are heretics. My least favorite of all time is Touch Down Jakes of "Woman, thou art loosed" fame. However, the questions is favorites, so here goes, in no particular order:
    1.Warren Weisbe ( I love his "Be" series)
    2.Chuck Swindoll
    3.James M Boice
    4.John R. Rice
    5.Tom Wallace (my former Pastor)
    6.John MacArthur
    7.Martyn Lloyd-Jones
    8.J.Vernon McGee
    9.Charles Stanley
    10.Tony Evans
    11.Charles H. Spurgeon ( I haven't heard him, but have read him ;) )
    12.RevKevin77 :rolleyes: Just kiddin'! :D
    I know ya asked for Ten, sorry
    :eek: :eek:

    [ July 10, 2001: Message edited by: RevKevin77 ]
     
  9. upstart

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    My favorite preachers are:
    1. C.H. Spurgeon
    2. John Gill
    3. J. Frank Norris
    4. Jack L. Green (my pastor)
    5. J.M. Carroll
    6. John Calvin
    7. R.C. Sproul
    8. A. W. Pink

    Rosa [​IMG]
     
  10. Kathy

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    1. My Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ thru His Holy Word
    2. Dr. Rick Blackwood (Pastor @ First Baptist Church of Perrine - my prev Pastor
    3. D.E. Lambert (current Pastor)
    4. John MacArthur
    5. Tony Evans

    Sorry...only 5. Also, it's not that I like mt old Pastor better, it's just that I only started going to my new church a week and a half ago. But what I've seen, heard and learned so far from my new Pastor, it's a CLOSE 3rd!

    Kathy ;)
    &lt;&gt;&lt;
     
  11. John Wells

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    Since I've seen a sprinkling of a few of their names, I thought I'd share what Hank Hanegraaff of Christian Research Institute has to say:
    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR> Concerning the teaching known variously as “positive confession,” the “faith” teaching, and the “prosperity” doctrine, some of the best known American television evangelists subscribe either partly or wholly to this teaching. Its chief representatives today seem to be Kenneth Copeland, Kenneth Hagin, Fred Price, Paul and Jan Crouch, John Avanzini, Benny Hinn, Jesse Duplantis, and Marilyn Hickey, though there are many other evangelists, teachers, and writers promoting the teaching.

    It is CRI’s considered opinion that this teaching, at least in its complete form as expressed by the above people, is at best extremely aberrational and at worse cultic. (We use the term “aberrational” to refer to teaching which is decidedly unbiblical and damaging to authentic Christian faith, but which is not quite so heretical that its adherents must be considered non-Christians.) In the past, CRI has attempted to meet with some of these people and dialogue with them concerning their teachings, but most of them have refused.

    In brief, the teachings of these men may be summarized as follows: God created man in “God’s class,” as “little gods,” with the potential to exercise the “God kind of faith” in calling things into existence and living in opportunity, however, by rebelling against God in the Garden and taking upon ourselves Satan’s nature. To correct this situation, Jesus Christ became a man, died spiritually (thus taking upon Himself Satan’s nature), went to Hell, was “born again,” rose from the dead with God's nature again, and then sent the Holy Spirit so that the Incarnation could be duplicated in believers, thus fulfilling their calling to be little gods. Since we are called to experience this kind of life now, we should be successful in every area of our lives. To be in debt, then, or be sick, or (as is often taught) be left by one’s spouse, and not to have these problems go away by “claiming” God’s promises, shows a lack of faith.

    While certain aspects of the above doctrine may vary from teacher to teacher, the general outline remains the same in each case. Perhaps the above summary will be enough for some readers to convince them that the doctrine of the “faith” teachers is unbiblical. If more details in the way of documentation are required, or if some analysis of the biblical passages used by the “faith” teachers to support their views is needed, these can be found in a variety of materials, many of which are available from CRI.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Hank has written an excellent book entitled "Counterfeit Revival" that I would highly recommend if you have any of the above people on your "favorites" list. God bless.
     
  12. John Wells

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    My favorites:
    John MacArthur
    Charles Stanley
    C.H. Spurgeon
    Harry A. Ironside
    R.G. Lee
    D.L. Moody
    Ben Haden
    Adrian Rogers
    Mike Green (my pastor)
    Bro Fred Evers (former pastor)
     
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    Not in any particular order:

    1. Dr. Roland Rasmussen (former pastor)
    2. Dr. Bob Gray (Germany) (also former pastor)
    3. C.H. Spurgeon
    4. Dr. Tom Messer (present pastor)
    5. Dr. Rick Adams
    6. Michael Jones
    7. Dr. Charles W. Davis, Jr.
    8. Dr. Charles Shoemakers
    9. Dr. Douglas McLachlan
    10. Dr. Charles Keen
    :D :cool: [​IMG]
     
  14. Dr. Bob

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    My mouth dropped open when two different BB members listed radical charismatics, false teachers, and outright heretics on this thread. I am going out on a limb to question how "baptist" a person could be and have these as their "favorites".

    Possible explanations:
    1. New Christian that hasn't yet developed discernment of evil and error;
    2. Uneducated or unconcerned Christian who doesn't know what a good preacher is;
    3. Not really a "baptist" and posting here where they do not belong;
    4. A prankster pulling a string to get a response.
    5. Something else?

    If not a baptist, I would appreciate if they would not clutter up our Board. If serious, they need to carefully start reading the theology threads to see the error.
     
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    No particular order, my favorite living preachers:
    1. Allistar Begg
    2. James Merritt
    3. Charles Swindoll
    4. Adrian Rogers
    5. Charles Stanley
    6. John MacArthur
    7. Daniel Akin
    8. Albert Mohler
    9. D. James Kennedy
    10. Steve Brown
    11. John Piper
     
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    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by B. J. Halo:


    Now to be faithful to the pastors on BBc, the list continues:
    13. Robert (Dr. Bob) Griffin
    14. Thomas Cassidy
    15. Bob Lemmon
    16. Preacher
    17. Pastor Bob
    18. Rev. Relic (left a powerful post on the FFF!)
    19. Pastor Larry
    20. All the pastors on BBc!


    :D
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    No list of FFF pastors would be complete without two of my personal favorites, Edwards and Chris Connally. They are totally cool.

    BTW,BJ...I really liked your real list of favorite preachers. Their preaching skills, integrity and message have stood the test of time.

    Elizabeth [​IMG]
     
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    Dear MagicDar,

    I hope you will take Dr. Bob's suggestion to heart and do the research, as you have rightly handled some "rethinking" in the past. Please read the "Counterfeit Revival" book by Hank Hanegraaff (see my previous post). I, for one, am pulling for you to post a revised list after your careful examination of facts. [​IMG]

    God bless!
     
  18. Joseph_Botwinick

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    I am also pretty fond of the preaching style of Huldah. ;)

    Joseph
     
  19. Ransom

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    Gotta have 10, eh?

    Let's see - in no particular order . . .


    1. <LI>Charles Haddon Spurgeon (hands down winner)
      <LI>John F. MacArthur Jr.
      <LI>D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
      <LI>Jonathan Edwards
      <LI>J. I. Packer
      <LI>John Piper
      <LI>John Calvin

    Well, 7 is close enough.

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  20. Barnabas H.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR> Elizabeth wrote: "No list of FFF pastors would be complete without two of my personal favorites, Edwards and Chris Connally. They are totally cool."
    "BTW,BJ...I really liked your real list of favorite preachers. Their preaching skills, integrity and message have stood the test of time." <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Sorry Elizabeth, I must have missed those folks. ;)

    Welsjs, I liked your link to CRI. It is a great book indeed, which Hank Hanegraaff wrote on counterfeit religion. It is a must read for everyone, especially for the babes in Christ. Thanks for posting it. [​IMG]

    Dr. Bob, welcome back! We missed you. How was your outing with the young folks? [​IMG]

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