Captain Stanford E. Linzey, USN (ret.)
is “an accomplished minister, author, retired USN Chaplain, and evangelistic speaker. He has traveled all over the world
in ministry. He received his B.A. and Th.B. degrees from San Diego Baptist Bible College and Seminary, and the Master of Divinity
from The American Baptist Seminary of the West in Berkeley, CA. In addition, he studied at the Harvard Divinity School. Fuller
Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, conferred on him the Doctor of Ministry Degree.”
Captain Stanford E. Linzey is
the author of Pentecost in the Pentagon; God Was at Midway: The Sinking of the USS Yorktown (CV-5) and the Battles
of the Coral Sea and Midway; Why I Believe in the Baptism with the Holy Spirit; and, The Holy Spirit In The Third Millennium.
According to one reader of God
Was at Midway: The Sinking of the USS Yorktown (CV-5) and the Battles of the Coral Sea and Midway, “Chaplain
Stanford E. Linzey's book-God Was At Midway-has incorporated the author's love of God, wife, and call to duty. This
is the ultimate war story of love and sacrifice, the Godly wife who prayed for her husband and stood with him no matter what,
while he faced possible death while many of his shipmates suffer horribly.
God Was At Midway is the story of God's
divine intervention in people's lives at war, the author's personal life, and in the affairs of the nation as a whole.
The Battle of Midway was the turning point of World War II. The complete historical accuracy of Linzey's book places this
author on par with the best writers of the subject.”
According to the book description of
The Holy Spirit In The Third Millennium, “This work deals with issues surrounding the manifestation
of the Spirit in prayer from theological and practical points of view. The treatment is orthodox, yet it is charismatic in
tone and practical in presentation. It is a culmination of thirty years of study and experience received from conducting seminars
spanning denominational lines. It has broad appeal to charismatic, Pentecostal, and Para church groups, yet it has reached
into evangelical, mainline, Catholic Pentecostal, and ecumenical groups because of its reasoned theological and biblical content.
This book deals with theological issues
and answers questions that some have been afraid to ask. The author presents a thorough analysis of the Spirit's manifestation
with personal examples. The subject is presented in a fresh manner that the modern churchman can receive. For some it may
seem too practical, but it has proven itself to be correct approach, as thousands have received the Holy Spirit and His presence
has been manifested in our meetings. People have come to Christ and been healed by this message. Simply put, it works.”