Is Joseph Branham Honest - Court Records:
Earlier this week, we published two videos examining Joseph Branham's "testimony" that he is claiming ownership of a portion of the Branham Tabernacle. In this video, we asked the question: "Is Joseph Branham being honest?"
At the end of the video, we also made the statement that the information contained within was believed to be complete and accurate. Viewers immediately contacted us, telling us that while the information seemed accurate, we were missing a very important document: the deed Joseph was referring to. Search results for "Branham Tabernacle" or "Voice of God Recordings" in the Indiana state records did not return any results. The researcher gave us the exact document number in question, and a second video was made asking the same question: "Is Joseph Branham being honest."
Since the publication of these two videos, much has happened. New information is pouring in, suggesting that there is much, much more to this story than we first thought. To be quite honest, we almost decided to ignore it -- compared to the many other things we have found to be false in the ministry of William Branham, it really does not matter whether or not Joseph Branham's testimony is the truth and nothing but the truth.
You may have noticed that the two videos are no longer available. Earlier today, we were asked to take down portions of the two videos, and delete portions of both film footage and images. These portions of the video were not significant, and do not affect the overall subject matter of the video. So we returned to the Clark County courthouse to further examine the many documents on record, and found several new areas that require research. Not only does the Tabernacle own the plots of land underneath the tabernacle and adjacent to the buildings, it appears that other plots of land were purchased and sold for unusual amounts of money.
We have rebuilt the video, trimming out portions for both duration and compliance, and have added a minor selection of the new documents on record in the local courthouse. Other records require much additional time, effort, and money to research in Indiana as well as other states in the U.S.
After examining all of the information to this point, we have formed our opinion to this question. What is your opinion? Is Joseph Branham being honest?
The result of all of this work can be found here: