list of Christian Preachers by Denomination

Anglican/Episcopalian
  • Nicholas Ridly, (died 1555) one of the Oxford Martyrs
  • Hugh Latimer, (1470–1555) another of the Oxford Martyrs (1470–1555)
  • Thomas Cranmer, (1489–1556), Archbishop of Canterbury and an Oxford Martyr
  • Lancelot Andrewes, (1555–1626)
  • John Donne (1572–1631) also a famous poet
  • John Tillotson, (1630–1694)
  • Phillips Brooks, (1835–1893) Bishop of Massachusetts
  • Michael Bruce Curry (born 1953) Bishop of North Carolina
  • John Wesley, (1703–1791)
  • George Whitefield, (1714–1770)

Baptist

  • George W. Truett, 1867 -1944
  • Roger Williams, (1603–1684)
  • John Bunyan, (1628–1688)
  • W. A. Criswell (1909–2002)
  • James T. Draper, Jr. (born 1935)
  • Benjamin Keach (1640–1704)
  • William Garrett Lewis (c. 1834 – 1885)
  • C. H. Spurgeon, (1834–1892), the “Prince of Preachers”
  • John Alexis Edgren (1839–1908)
  • J. Frank Norris (1877–1952)
  • Mordecai Ham (1877–1961)
  • Duke Kimbrough McCall (born 1914)
  • Billy Graham, (born 1918)
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929–1968)
  • Moishe Rosen (born 1932), founder of Jews for Jesus
  • Jerry Falwell, (1933–2007)
  • John MacArthur (born 1939)
  • Jesse Jackson, (born 1941)
  • Corey J. Hodges, (born 1971)
  • Lewis Brown, (born 1941)

Charismatic

  • David Du Plessis, (1905–1987)
  • Kathryn Kuhlman, (1907–1976)
  • John Wimber, (1934–1997)
  • Reinhard Bonnke, (born 1940)
  • Joyce Meyer, (born 1943)
  • Derek Prince, (1915–2003)
Four Square Gospel
  • Aimee Semple McPherson (1890–1944)
  • Jack W. Hayford (born 1934)
Lutheran
  • Martin Luther (1483–1547)
  • Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560)
  • Lars Levi Laestadius (1800–1861)
  • C. F. W. Walther (1811–1887)
  • Bernt B. Haugan (born 1862) Lutheran minister, politician, and temperance leader
  • Martin Niemoller (1892-1984)
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906–1945)
  • J. A. O. Preus II (1920–1994) Former President of the Lutheran Church
  • Gerald B. Kieschnick (born 1943) Current President of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod
  • Dr. Wallace Schulz (b. ce. 1945) former host of The Lutheran Hour
  • Mark Hanson (born 1946)
  • Ken Klaus, current host of the The Lutheran Hour
  • David Benke (born 1946)
  • Don Wharton (born 1951) Christian Musician and Lutheran Minister
  • Mark Jeske (born 1952)
  • Dr. Walter A. Maier (1893–1950) Host of The Lutheran Hour from 1930–1950

Messianic

  • Zola Levitt (1938–2006)
Methodist
  • Daniel Rowland, (1713–1790)
  • Francis Asbury, (1747–1816)
  • Peter Cartwright, (1785–1873)
  • William Booth, (1829–1912) – founder of the Salvation Army
  • Bob Jones, Sr., (1883–1968)
  • Carl Stuart Hamblen, (1908–1989)
  • William Willimon, (born 1946)

Non-denominational

  • Dwight Moody (1837–1899)
Pentecostal
  • Alexander Boddy, (1854–1930)
  • Smith Wigglesworth (1859–1947)
  • William J. Seymour, (1870–1922)
  • Lewi Pethrus, (1884–1974)
  • William Marrion Branham (1909 ~ 1965)
  • David Wilkerson, (born 1931)
  • Bernie L. Wade, (born 1963)
  • Oral Roberts, (1918–2009)
  • Louie P. Rey, (1958– present day)
Presbyterian
  • John Knox, (1513–1572)
  • Billy Sunday (1862–1935)
  • Peter Marshall, (1903–1949)
  • Ian Paisley (born 1926)
  • Frederick Buechner (born 1926)
Puritan/Congregationalist/Nonconformist
  • Robert Abbot, (c. 1588 – c. 1622)
  • John Davenport, (1597–1670)
  • John Harvard, (1607–1638)
  • Joseph Alleine, (c. 1634 – 1668)
  • Matthew Henry, (1662–1714)
  • Cotton Mather, (1663–1728)
  • Jonathan Edwards, (1703–1758)
  • Martyn Lloyd-Jones, (1899–1981)

Reformed

  • Huldrych Zwingli, (1484–1531)
  • John Calvin, (1509–1564)
Vineyard
  • Rich Nathan (born 1955)

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