Jack Coe

Jack Coe

Jack Coe was one of the major healing evangelists of the healing revival period 1946-1956\58. After William Branham, Oral Roberts, and A. A. Allen, he was the fourth most successful and popular evangelist of the revival. He was involved in a scandal in 1955 when a young boy he pronounced as healed failed to recover. His family reported him to police and sued him. He was arrested and jailed, but eventually released and the charges dismissed. He earned the nickname 
“the man of reckless faith” for this and a string of other controversies.

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