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What denomination is Pastor Doug Batchelor?

What denomination is Pastor Doug Batchelor?

Doug Batchelor (born March 9, 1957) is an evangelist of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and author of several books including The Richest Caveman. His primary ministry is Amazing Facts – a worldwide television and radio broadcast ministry based in Sacramento, California.

What age is Doug Batchelor?

64 years (March 9, 1957)
Doug Batchelor/Age

Who is Doug Batchelor wife?

Karen Batchelor
Doug Batchelor/Wife

How do I contact Pastor Doug Batchelor?

Doug Batchelor’s Email & Phone Number

Is Joe Crews still alive?

Joe Crews/Living or Deceased

Did Doug Batchelor live in a cave?

He used drugs, fought at school, and entertained suicidal fantasies. Disgusted with himself and convinced that life held no purpose, Doug was determined to grab all the fun and excitement he could find. Before his search ended, a cave in the hills above Palm Springs became his home.

Who is the host of amazing facts?

Inspired by the success of The Rest Of The Story, hosted by Paul Harvey, Joe Crews’ original objective for Amazing Facts was to reach out to both Christian and non-Christian listeners via daily 15-minute programs by opening with a scientific or historic fact, and how it applies to the overall Biblical messages.

What channel does Doug Batchelor come on?

AFTV is your primary source for watching Pastor Doug Batchelor’s weekly inspiring broadcasts, including Amazing Facts with Doug Batchelor, Sabbath School Study Hour, and Bible Answers Live.

Who were Doug Batchelor’s parents?

Ruth Batchelor
George Batchelor
Doug Batchelor/Parents

Is Pastor Doug Batchelor a Seventh-Day Adventist?

Amazing Facts is a non-profit Seventh-day Adventist evangelistic ministry….Amazing Facts.

Type Religious/Non-Profit
Founder Joe Crews
Headquarters 6615 Sierra College Blvd, Granite Bay, California
Area served International
Key people Doug Batchelor (Speaker/Director)

What do 7th Day Adventists believe?

Seventh-day Adventists share many of the basic beliefs of Protestant Christianity, including acceptance of the authority of the Bible, recognition of the existence of human sin and the need for salvation, and belief in the atoning work of Christ.