Restoring the Faith: The Assemblies of God, Pentecostalism, and American Culture

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University of Illinois Press, 1993 - Religion - 281 pages
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Along with an excellent denominational history of the Assemblies of God, Blumhofer (Wheaton Coll.) offers a thoughtful look at the growth of Pentecostalism in the 20th century. She sees four stages of ... Read full review

Contents

Pentecostalisms Roots in the Premillennial Healing and Holiness Movements 18801901
11
A Fresh Look at Legend and Reality 19016
43
A Selective Look at the Emerging Pentecostal Network 19068
71
The Meaning and Implications of Pentecostal Experience 190113
88
The Formative Years of the Assemblies of God 191418
113
From Pilgrims to Citizens 191418
142
Evangelism and Womens Roles 191840
164
Relating to Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism 194048
180
Disturbing Claims of New Restorations 194860
203
Changing Perspectives on Renewal and Unity 195275
222
Survival and Adaptation in the Modem Era 196089
242
The Challenge of Conserving and Expanding
264
BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE
275
INDEX
277
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