Theological Roots of Pentecostalism

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Francis Asbury, 1987 - Religion - 199 pages
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Explains how Pentecostalism grew out of Methodism and the nineteenth-century American holiness movement,

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It's tempting to think that the modern Pentecostal movement was created ex nihilo. We imagine God invading Topeca, Kansas and Los Angeles, California in order to restore the New Testament church in a ... Read full review

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Dayton's book has long been considered a classic in the field of Pentecostal studies, and I wholeheartedly agree with that designation. The book is a very enlightening look at the theological "pre ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Martin E Marty
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TOWARD A THEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
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METHODIST ROOTS OF PENTECOSTALISM
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