Curtis Hutson: Covering Up Abuse It ought to be noted that Curtis Hutson (10 July, 1934â€“05 March, 1995) was aware of the abuse perpetrated under the pastorate of Jack Hyles, but completely turned a blind eye to such abuse. Curtis Hutson sadly died at the age of 60 from prostate cancer. While we realize that Jack Hyles and Curtis Hutson lead souls to Jesus Christ, we also realize that Curtis Hutson brought great reproach on The Name of The Lord by turning a blind eye to the abuse committed by Jack Hyles. Also, Jack Hyles brought reproach on The Name of The Lord through his abuse, legalism, and authoritarianism. It is sad how Curtis Hutson misused The Sword of The Lord Ministries to promote the abusive Jack Hyles. It is also sad that Jack Hyles abused his ministry to demonstrate his authoritarianism, legalism, and narcissism. May old fashioned Bible believing ministries lead as gentle shepherds rather than as authoritarian jackboots.
Anonymous Name (4/20/2020)
Jack Hyles: Self-Righteous Hypocrite It should be noted that Jack Hyles was a self-righteous hypocrite. It should also be noted that Matthew 7:1-5 strongly condemns judging with self-righteous hypocrisy. Jack Hyles failed to cast the beam out of his own eye so that he could cast the mote out of other people's eyes. This sermon shows that any legalistic authoritarianism is just self-righteous hypocrisy.
Anonymous Name (6/6/2019)
Jack Hyles: Self-Righteously Rude Jack Hyles was known for being rude, especially to his critics and fellow followers and associates. Of course, this is the character of self-righteous authoritarian legalists like Mr. Hyles. It was clearly evident that Jack Hyles was rude to his own fellow followers when he addressed them as "idiots." As we understand from Scripture, pastors are supposed to edify their fellow congregants according to Ephesians 4:11-12. There is nothing edifying about an authoritarian pastor addressing his fellow congregants as "idiots." Jack Hyles, like all other authoritarian pastors, are examples of people who are self-righteous.
Anonymous Name (6/5/2019)
Jack Hyles: Legalistic Authoritarian Jack Frasure Hyles (September 25, 1926 â€“ February 6, 2001) or simply Jack Hyles, was a man known for his legalistic authoritarianism. This is something that he manifested even until his very passing. As a result, Jack Hyles created a legacy of legalistic authoritarianism which still continues to this day. This shows that the crops of authoritarianism in the pastorate create an atmosphere of legalism.
Anonymous Name (6/3/2019)
Jack Hyles: Misguided Man Jack Hyles was very similar to Diotrephes in 3 John 9-11. While Jack Hyles was a man with noble intentions, he was mostly known for his abusive authoritarianism. All of this shows that Jack Hyles was a deeply misguided man.
Mark Justin Ratac (2/9/2018)
from Indang, Cavite, Philippines
Thank you. Pastor, I really appreciate what you have preached here. I'm a Bible Baptist missionary here in the Philippines.
Roger Voegtlin grew up in Chicago, Illinois and was saved at the age of five. After graduating from college, he planted Fairhaven Independent Baptist Church with one family on October 27, 1970. Presently, the church averages Sunday School attendance of 2,000. In December,...