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Pentecostalism.

John Thomas Nichol

Pentecostalism.

by John Thomas Nichol

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Published by Harper & Row in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pentecostal churches,
  • Pentecostalism

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8763 .N5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 264 p.
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5990063M
    LC Control Number66020782

    This volume of ecumenical documents, key texts, and critical essays is the first collection of its kind exclusively dedicated to Pentecostalism and its contributions to Christian unity. In the first part, a cadre of internationally renowned scholars addresses the ecumenical heritage and perspectives of the Pentecostal movement since the early twentieth : The book is written toward Oneness Pentecostalism beliefs and specifically the United Pentecostal Church. The book was prompted by her involvement with a man who was from the United Pentecostal Church as the differences in their beliefs created a problem in their relationship going farther than it had at the time the book was written.

    Pentecostalism takes its name from the Christian feast of Pentecost, when Christians received the Holy Spirit. There are more than 60 Pentecostal denominations. Among the largest are Church of God in Christ, Assemblies of God, the Pentecostal Holiness Church, the United Pentecostal Church Inc. and the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. Download PDF E-book Walking with the Holy Spirit: Thirty Days of Spiritual Discovery by Denzil R. Miller A Day devotional and applicational book on the person and work of the Holy Spirit Download PDF E-book From Azusa to Africa to the Nations (Second Edition) with a new chapter on "The Women of Azusa Street" by Denzil R. Miller A call to the.

      It is impossible to consider the modern history or contemporary state of Christianity without accounting for the sudden rise, the explosive spread, and the worldwide impact of Pentecostalism. To that end, I’ve been reading several books on the subject, focused especially on the Azusa Street Revival, which most historians consider the setting in which Pentecostalism began. Pentecostalism is a movement within Christianity that places special emphasis on a direct personal experience of God through the baptism in the Holy Spirit. During Pentecost, the Holy Spirit fell upon those in the upper room. Acts says, “When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. 2 Suddenly a sound like the.


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Pentecostalism by John Thomas Nichol Download PDF EPUB FB2

To Meet and Satisfy and Very Hungry People: The Origins and Fortunes of English Pentecostalism, (Studies in Evangelical History and Thought) by Timothy Walsh Kindle.

Seymour boughtafter arriving in Los Angeles, Seymour “got the Holy Ghost and tongues” and became the Father of Pentecostalism. Under his leadership Pentecostalism. book of people received this glossolalia at the Azusa Revival and a world-wide missionary effort began/5(2).

The Pentecostal name comes from an event in the Book of Acts. The church name comes from the Book of Acts and the event of Pentecost, where early Christians received the gifts of the Holy Spirit, such as prophecy and healing. Acts 2 says, “When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place.

Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled. Pentecostalism: A Very Short Introduction. Vol. Very Short Introductions. New York: Oxford University Press. Pentecostal Christianity is the fastest-growing religious movement of the modern era.

Over the past years, it has grown from a handful of adherents to well over million/5. Pentecostalism, worldwide 20th–21st-century Christian movement that emphasizes the experience of Spirit baptism, generally evidenced by speaking in tongues (glossolalia).The name derives from Pentecost, the Greek name for the Jewish Feast of Weeks, which falls on the fiftieth day after this day the Holy Spirit descended upon the first Christians enabling them to "speak in.

This book can provide a variety of readers with a useful introduction to American Pentecostalism. The book could be effectively assigned to undergraduate students.

It is short enough to fit into a syllabus in a survey course, but also wide-ranging enough to Pentecostalism. book used as a textbook in a course focused on Pentecostalism. Vondey shows Pentecostalism to be a paradox, and Pentecostalism. book just short of declaring that it is precisely the paradoxical nature of Pentecostalism that places it on the pulse of kingdom life.

The reader will understand something of the Pentecostal ethos after reading this book, and the This is a fair look at Pentecostalism, broadly speaking/5. "Global Pentecostalism is immensely important, informative, and readable. The scope of the research is also amazingly impressive.

The scope of the research is also amazingly impressive. The simultaneously wide-ranging and yet grass-rootsy empirical data collection provides a truly unique character for the book."—Christian Smith, author of. Pentecostalism, charismatic religious movement that gave rise to a number of Protestant churches in the United States in the 20th century and that is unique in its belief that all Christians should seek a postconversion religious experience called baptism with the Holy ing the Holy Spirit’s descent upon the first Christians in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost, or Shabuoth (Acts.

Book Description: Inthe contemporary American Pentecostal movement celebrated its th birthday. Over that time, its African American sector has been markedly influential, not only vis-a-vis other branches of Pentecostalism but also throughout the Christian church.

Pentecostalism has become the fastest growing Christian movement, particularly outside Europe, and Allan Heaton Anderson is one of the foremost scholars of this phenomenon.

His innovative interpretation of Pentecostalism focuses on the serious contribution made by both western and Majority World participants in its by: This book offers a chronological and historical overview the many forms of Pentecostalism within the United States. Pentecostalism is a poorly understood theological movement, despite its recent growth in popularity as well as social and political importance.

More and more Americans are encountering neighbors, friends, coworkers, and even political leaders who are aligned with one of the many. Clifton R. Clarke’s Pentecostalism: Insights from Africa and the African Diaspora grapples with the theme of Pentecostal Christianity’s “explosion” in Africa over the last fifty author seeks to illuminate the elements which contributed to this success story, and highlights the role of relatedness between the Christian God and the “concrete realities of everyday life” ( Pentecostalism () by William K.

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Pentecostalism. New York, Award [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. This book examines the complex relationship between Pentecostalism and African states, covering a range of significant issues in postcolonial Africa, including racism, citizenship, fundamentalism, gender, and democratization, and offering useful frameworks for making sense of African Pentecostalism.

Pentecostalism is a form of Christianity that emphasises the work of the Holy Spirit and the direct experience of the presence of God by the believer. Pentecostals believe that faith must be. Oneness Pentecostalism (also known as Apostolic, Jesus' Name Pentecostalism, or Jesus Only movement) is a movement within the Christian family of churches known as derives its distinctive name from its teaching on the Godhead, which is popularly referred to as the "Oneness doctrine," a form of Modalistic Monarchianism.

This doctrine states that there is one God, a singular. Global Pentecostalism and Charismatic Christianity in all its diversity is the fastest expanding religious movement in the world today. Allan Anderson, a former Pentecostal minister and a leading authority on global Pentecostalism, aims to make more visible the 'non-western' nature of Pentecostalism without overlooking the importance of the movement emanating from North s: 1.

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Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Thomas Nichol. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Pentecostal faith and practice --Antecedents of modern Pentecostalism --The United States.“An excellent and provocative analysis of political Pentecostalism in Nigeria.

Written in eminently fluid prose, the book stages a new paradigm for the study of democracy and .INTRODUCTION The Church has always encountered renewal and revival in the course of its history in order to sustain its existence and to keep its purpose alive for what it was founded.

The protestant reformation and the modern Pentecostal and.