“F.F. Bosworth: An Analysis of His Ministry Development Using Social Cognitive Career Theory,” Verbum et Ecclesia; Vol 32, No 1 (April 2011). See article here.
”F.F. Bosworth in South Africa: A Historical Analysis of His Later Ministry and Healing Methodology,” Africa Journal of Pentecostal Studies (December 2007), 76-91. See article here.
“F.F. Bosworth and the Role of Women in His Life and Ministry,” The Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association (Vol. XXVII, No. 1, 2007), 25-38. See article here.
“Persecuted for Christ: A Defining Moment in the Life of F.F. Bosworth,” Refleks: Med Karismatisk Kristendom I Fokus (5-1-2006), 89-97. See article here.
“F.F. Bosworth: A Profile in Divine Healing Ministry,” Refleks: Med Karismatisk Kristendom I Fokus (4-2-2006), 71-82. See article here.
F.F. Bosworth: The Man Behind "Christ the Healer." Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. Available here. Receive 25% discount! Use the discount code: bosworth25.
"His writings on divine healing influenced many church leaders of his day, as well many who claim healing ministries today. While many people are familiar with his book, Christ the Healer, few know much about the man behind the book.
"F.F. Bosworth is the first book to offer a critical analysis of Bosworth's life and ministry from the beginning to the end. The purpose of this work is to explore his life and ministry in order to identify and analyze some of the factors that contributed to his success as a famous healing evangelist."
F.F. Bosworth: A Historical Analysis of the Influential Factors in His Life and Ministry
Available here. University of Pretoria, South Africa, 2010
“Experience as a Catalyst for Healing Ministry: Historical Evidence and Implications From the Life of F.F. Bosworth.” Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies in Cleveland, Tenn. Published in SPS Conference Proceedings. March 2007. Available here.
"A Response" by Kimberly Ervin Alexander, Ph.D., presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies in Cleveland, Tenn. Available here. Dr. Alexander is Associate Professor of the History of Christianity at Regent University. She is the author of Pentecostal Healing: Models of Theology and Practice (Blandford Forum, Dorset: Deo, 2006). Visit her faculty page here.
Was F.F. Bosworth Ever Tarred and Feathered?: A Look at a Statement in Edith L. Blumhofer's book, 'Restoring the Faith'. See here.
Bosworth Blamed Charles Parham: He Criticized Him for His 'Wrong and Unscriptural" Teachings on Speaking in Tongues. See here.
Donald Gee's Unflattering Mention of F.F. Bosworth. See here.
F.F. Bosworth and Gordon Lindsay to be Featured in ‘Brill’s Encyclopedia of Global Pentecostalism’. See here.
Questions about F.F. Bosworth's "Christ the Healer". See here.
Evangelist Jack Coe Jr. has Died: He was the Son of Famous Post-World War II Healing Revivalist Jack Coe Sr. See here.
On This Day (January 23): F.F. Bosworth Dies of Heart Attack: He was at home with his family in Miami, Fla. See here.
On This Day (January 17): F.F. Bosworth is Born. See here.
Prosperity on the Pages of F.F. Bosworth's Magazine: A Look at A.J. Gordon's Message on Giving and 'Abundant Temporal Prosperity.' See here.
My Top 10 Blog Posts on F.F. Bosworth in 2018. See here.
Reading with F.F. Bosworth: A Partial List of His Favorite Books and the People He Cited in His Sermons. See here.
Todd Bentley's Mention of F.F. Bosworth: Inspiring Quote Shared in Facebook Post. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Mentioned in Gerald W. King's Book, Disfellowshiped: Pentecostal Responses to Fundamentalism in the United States, 1906-1943: Oswald J. Smith's Defense of His Healing Ministry is Noted. See here.
On This Day (December 18): William Branham Has Car Crash that Leads to His Death. See here.
Did Charles S. Price Have the Most Direct Influence on the Post-WWII Healing Revivalists? A Review of Claim Made by David E. Harrell Jr. in All Things are Possible. See here.
How The Voice of Healing Got Its Name. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Mentioned in Hugh Jeter's book, By His Stripes. See here.
Fred Francis Bosworth – Man of Music and Worship: How a Childhood Discovery Contributed to His Success as a Musician and Famous Healing Evangelist. See here.
Stella Bosworth Still Going Strong: The Widow of Bob Bosworth is Steadfast and Unrelenting in Outreach Ministry. See here.
Bob Bosworth Singing: A Few of His Songs are Shared on YouTube. See here.
F.F. Bosworth History on Academic Websites: Quick and Easy Ways to Download, Print, and Follow Current Research on the Author of Christ the Healer. See here.
The Passing of Eugene Peterson and F.F. Bosworth: A Look at Their Transition and 'Ultimate Triumph.' See here.
Stella Bosworth and the Divine Gift of Language: How the Spirit Enabled Her Mom to Speak Fluent Zulu. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Mentioned in P.C. Nelson's book, Does Christ Heal Today? (1941). See here.
Upcoming post: Similarities in the Prison-Themed Messages of Kenneth W. Hagin and F.F. Bosworth. See here.
Fred Francis Bosworth -- Reporter of Pentecost: He 'Kept the News Flowing.' See here.
F.F. Bosworth is Now on Pinterest: Platform Provides Easy Access to Research and Commentary on His Life History. See here.
What P.C. Nelson Saw in the F.F. Bosworth Revival Meetings: How the Experience Moved Him to Begin His Own Healing Ministry. See here.
F.F. Bosworth mentioned in J.D. King's Regeneration: A Complete History of Healing in the Christian Church. See here.
F.F. Bosworth and Kenneth Hagin Jr.: A Look at the Similarities in Their Writings on the Past Tense of God’s Word. See here.
The Writings of Kenneth Hagin Jr. and F.F. Bosworth. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Mentioned in Josh McMullen's Under the Big Top: Big Tent Revivalism and American Culture, 1885-1925: Book Notes His Prolific Output as a Writer. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Mentioned in Kate Bowler's Blessed: A History of The American Prosperity Gospel (2013): She Highlights His Link to E.W. Kenyon. See here.
F.F. Bosworth’s Endorsement of T.L. Osborn’s Most Famous Book: Letter of Support Appeared in Healing the Sick and Casting Out Devils. See here.
Why Ern Baxter Left the Ministry of William Branham: A Look at Problematic Concerns About Faith and ‘Borderline Psychic” Phenomena. See here.
Did F.F. Bosworth Mentor Oral Roberts? A Short Review of Their Relationship During the Post-WWII Healing Revival. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Mentioned in T.L. Osborn Biography: Book Recounts Origin of 'Mass Miracle' Concept. See here.
F.F. Bosworth mentioned in "John G. Lake’s Formative Years, 1870-1908: The Making of A Con Man.” See here.
F.F. Bosworth Mentioned in "History of the Word-Faith Movement in America": Paper Written for Graduate Program at Bob Jones University. See here.
New Hashtags for F.F. Bosworth. See here.
“Brother Branham, you’re wrong.” F.F. Bosworth’s Surprising Rebuke of William Branham. See here.
F.F. Bosworth and Diabetes: What His Family Said About His Medical Condition. See here.
When F.F. Bosworth Joined the Branham Party: A Look at His Contributions to The Voice of Healing and the Post-WWII Preachers with Healing Ministries. See here.
Maria Woodworth-Etter, Prophecy, and the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906:
New York Times Story Evokes Memories of Prediction Gone Wrong. See here.
F.F. Bosworth's Advice to A.W. Tozer. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Among Those with ‘Proven Divine Healing Ministry’ in 1950: He’s Listed with 32 Other Evangelists in The Voice of Healing Magazine. See here.
T. L. Osborn's Mention of Billy Graham: Ideas Presented for Success in Ministry. See here.
F.F. Bosworth Vindicated? Moody Magazine Published 'Evidence' for Divine Healing Case. See here.
F.F. Bosworth's Tangle with Moody Magazine. Personal Visit Made to Defend His Name and the Ministry of Divine Healing. See here.
"F.F. Bosworth and Billy Graham: How They Both Found Favor in the Pages of the Press." See here.
"F.F. Bosworth and the Making of a Healing Evangelist: What Critical Research Reveals about His Ministry Development and the Ministry of Divine Healing." See here.
"Pentecostal Gifts and Their Relation to Natural Talent and Experiences: Some Thoughts and Visual Illustrations from the Life History of F.F. Bosworth." See Introduction here and the paper and figures here.