Dr. Martin pulled no punches. On air, he specifically mentioned the names of Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland and Oral Roberts as purveyors of cultic doctrines within our camp.
I thought of giving a detailed review of this program, but I think there is no need for it. I'll just embed the entire program below. I will comment on one point. The host asked Martin three questions regarding the men he's criticizing:
"Do you believe they are Christian?"
"Love the Lord?"
In all the above questions, Martin answered "YES". Yet there is also evidence that after this appearance, the original Bible Answer Man changed his mind, at least regarding Kenneth Copeland.
"For ten years I have warned- And I'm on tape and in print on this- that we were heading into the Kingdom of the Cults with the faith teachers. You are no longer heading there, baby, you are there."
Kenneth Copeland's False Prophecy
an audiotape cited in Hank Hanegraaff's Christianity in Crisis
By the way, Martin was a staunch Charismatic.
Buy a copy of Walter Martin's The Kingdom of the Cults