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American Pentecostals also found in Luther a truth that only they could recognize. Since the Azusa Street Revival in 1906, Pentecostals had an on and off again relationship with the American Protestant establishment. 79 Famous preachers like Aimee Semple McPherson 80 transcended denominational barriers

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of the twentieth century, several with roots in some of the earlier revivals, included those of the 1904–1905 Welsh Revival and the 1906 Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles that is associated with the emergence of the Pentecostal movement. To this can be added the mid-century revival in the form of

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Church. The urgency to drastically but spectacularly separate itself from its past led the group to affiliate to the Apostolic Faith Mission ( afm ) of South Africa, one of the earliest (and mega) Pentecostal churches in Africa. The afm has a direct missionary root that leads to the Azusa Street

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far West, Los Angeles, in April 1906 , was mostly a coincidence of the media reporting for the first time extensively about these phenomena. The Azusa Street revival introduced speaking in tongues as the standard sign of being baptized by the Spirit. The gift of tongues was believed to help speed up

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