Unlike some other Christian televangelists, Winter took an intellectual approach to faith. He taught that Christianity is a simple faith, not a simplistic one, and that if one decides to become a Christian, one does not need to leave one's mind at the door.
Born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Winter was raised in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Winter died of a brain aneurysm in Vancouver, British Columbia at age 56 in 1998. His television program continued to air in repeats for a few months, ending permanently in early 1999.
- Popular evangelist dies at 56[permanent dead link] ChristianWeek
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- Terry Winter dead at 56 The evangelical community loses a voice by Evangelical Fellowship of Canada; W. Ward Gasgue and the Vancouver Sun
- Tributes to Terry Winter came from far and wide by Geoff Tunnicliffe in CanadianChristianity.com
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