Radio Church of God

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Radio Church of God
Formation 1934 (incorporated 1946)
Successor Worldwide Church of God
Purpose/focus Radio ministry, evangelism
Headquarters Eugene, Oregon; later Pasadena, California
Founder Herbert W. Armstrong

The Radio Church of God was an American religious institution, informally organised in the 1930s around the KORE 1050 AM (Eugene, OR) radio evangelism of Herbert W. Armstrong, and later formally incorporated in 1946 at Pasadena, California. It was eventually succeeded by the Worldwide Church of God in 1968.

Selected Bibliography

  • Armstrong, Herbert W. (1952), The Resurrection Was Not on Sunday, Radio Church of God 
  • Armstrong, Herbert W. (1954), The United States and the British Commonwealth in Prophecy, Radio Church of God 
  • Armstrong, Herbert W. (1957), Pagan Holidays -- or God's Holy Days -- Which?, Radio Church of God 
  • Armstrong, Herbert W. (1957), 1975 in Prophecy!, Radio Church of God 
  • Armstrong, Herbert W. (1959), The Book of Revelation Unveiled At Last!, Radio Church of God 
  • Armstrong, Herbert W. (1962), Just What Do You Mean -- Born Again!, Radio Church of God