Pearry Green was the founder and pastor of Tuscon Tabernacle in Tuscan Arizona until his death in 2015. Green is the author of the book The Acts of the Prophet. His book is an attempt to idolize Bro. Branham and create a new book to be treated as scripture. He is among the earlier idolaters of Bro. Branham. He caused widespread division in the message churches in the early days of the movement following the death of Bro. Branham, particularity among the North American and European churches. He was one of the leading proponents of the false idea that there was no longer any further revelation or understanding of the scripture needed because Bro. Branham had brought a complete and perfect revelation of the scripture.
He was among the idolaters who refused to honor Bro. Branham’s wishes to be left alone and followed him to Arizona in the 1960s when Bro. Branham moved there to escape the growing crowd of out-of-town fanatics who were taking over the Branham Tabernacle.
Green was a conman who misled and swindled many people, including members of the Branham family, by tricking them into investing in fake schemes in which he pocketed their money. Bro. Branham was known to personally dislike Green. In one exchange Bro. Branham mocked Green, who was from Texas, saying of him “In Texas everything is so big, but in the end it proves to be a fake,” pointing at Green who was on the other side of the room.
He maintained close ties to the Branham family throughout most of his life, but had a falling out with Billy Paul and Joseph Branham in his later years when they attempted to trademark the term “The Message”. Green was part of the lawsuit against Voice of God Recordings to prevent their attempted copyright.