John the Baptist was the forerunner of Jesus Christ when Jesus first came about 2000 years ago, as prophesied by Malachi and as Jesus Himself attested (“Elijah has already come and they did what they wanted with him” - speaking of John). Jesus was there while John, as Elijah, was still alive and was already ministering as John was introducing Him to Israel.
Do you see any contradiction of Scripture? Do you think we question Malachi and Jesus?
William Branham has now been dead for half a century. So where is Jesus? Did The Finder get lost somewhere?
Or do the lost think they're the finders, like you?
Perhaps you think Branham is no mere “Elijah the forerunner” but “Elijah the SUPER forerunner,” a man half a century or more ahead of his time. Or is it simply the fact that Branham was in delusion of thinking he was Elijah for the Lord's return?
As well, John the Baptist died a martyr's death while William Branham died a sinner's death by a tragic car accident, which testifies against him. Show us in Scripture where true men of God walking in faith and obedience die by loathsome disease or tragic accident. It doesn't happen.
When Branham died, his followers were shocked, but expected a resurrection from the dead. It didn't happen.
Any man who thinks he is something he is not is of necessity a false prophet. You should examine yourself whether you're in the faith. Are you not in delusion, Andrew? Are you not a dupe of a foolish bunch of people with foolish doctrine already proven false? You've been given over to strong delusion because you don't have a love of the Truth. You need Repentance
Victor and Paul