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Issue 58

Aimee Semple McPherson was the first Pentecostal to become a national sensation.

The Rise of Pentecostalism: Did You Know?
Little-known or remarkable facts about early Pentecostalism.

The Rise of Pentecostalism: From the Editor - One Dangerous Religion
One Dangerous Religion

American Pentecost
The story behind the Azusa Street revival, the most phenomenal event of twentieth-century Christianity.

Sanctification Scuffles
The finished work controversy was Pentecostalism's first split

They Had a Dream
Racial harmony broke down, but the hope did not.

Dividing Over Oneness
The Oneness movement pushed Pentecostals to organize

Early Pentecostals asked, Why go to war when Jesus is on his way?

The Silent Pentecostals
Until recently, Latinos have been the most overlooked members of the Pentecostal family.

They Shall Take Up Serpents
Few have taken the Bible more literally than George Hensley and the snake handlers.

The Rise of Pentecostalism: Christian History Timeline
The Rise of Pentecostalism

Hell-Hatched Free Lovism'
Evangelicals were none too eager to welcome the Pentecostals

The Rise of Pentecostalism: A Gallery - Setting the Vision
Pentecostalism's early leaders were as varied as they were dynamic

Loose the Women
In Pentecostalism's early years it was not unusual to see women preaching, pastoring, and leading.

The Pentecostal Tradition
A sampling of ecstatic experiences reported in different eras of church history

The Rise of Pentecostalism: Christian History Interview - Pentecostalism's Global Language
It's not tongues but a different way of being a Christian.

The Rise of Pentecostalism: Recommended Resources
The Rise of Pentecostalism

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