John Alexander Dowie

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John Alexander Dowie - AUDIO

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John Alexander Dowie - AudioAgainst hypocritical, opposing clergy, fierce and slanderous tabloids, murderous mobs, and relentless city officials, Dr. Dowie wore his apostolic calling as a crown from God, and his persecution as a badge of honor. He knew he was a man on a mission, but he had no idea of where or how his mission would be accomplished. The gifts of the Spirit began to manifest in his life and revelation abounded like never before. Because of his spiritual obedience, thousands were healed under his ministry. Eventually Dowie diverted from God's plan for his life that he embraced the suggestion that he was Elijah of which he later recanted.
prophesied the coming of radio and television.
prophesied the assassination of a U.S. President.
once dressed as a tramp so as not to be recognized.
married his first cousin.

This tape is from an old wax recording from the very early 1900's around 1906 thus the sound quality is poor because of the recording method used in that era. This recording is a piece of history more than for relaxed listening.

Earliest known form of recording. Early phonograph recordings were accomplished literally by brute force – all acoustically: The performers would stand before a funnel-shaped horn attached to a phonograph and belt out their tunes. High volumes of sound were required to force the recording diaphragm (made variously of glass, mica, or copper) to vibrate sufficiently to force the cutting stylus to make a good carving on the blank wax cylinder.

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John Alexander Dowie

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