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Charles Wendell Winkler
Birth: Jan. 10, 1931
Port Arthur
Jefferson County
Texas, USA
Death: Oct. 23, 2005
Tuscaloosa County
Alabama, USA

Prominent evangelist and one-time chair of the Bible Department at Faulkner University. As a long time Minister of the church of Christ, he preached 61 of his 74 years. He was also known internationally as a "preacher's preacher," a trainer of preachers, an author of many volumes, a college professor and a traveling evangelist. In 1959 he debated A.L. McKinney on the topic of "The Inspiration of the Bible." He authored a series of books titled 'Sound Doctrine for Everyday Living'. Volumes in the series included 'Studying Sin Seriously', 'The Church Everybody is Asking About' and 'Heart Diseases and Their Cure'. He spoke at gospel meetings in at least 26 states and was a veteran of campaigns and preacher training seminars. He served as director of the Brown Trail School of Preaching, Fort Worth, Texas, and chairman of the Bible department at Faulkner University, Montgomery, Alabama. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, three sons and one brother and his grandson Matthew Winkler who died in 2006. 
Memory Hill Gardens
Tuscaloosa County
Alabama, USA
Created by: Elizabeth Reed
Record added: Oct 23, 2005
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