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Stephen Dove

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/027209609X12470371387840 Pneuma 31 (2009) 242-263 brill.nl/pneu Hymnody and Liturgy in the Azusa Street Revival, 1906-1908 Stephen Dove University of Texas at Austin, Department of History 1 University Station B7000, Austin, Texas 78712

Gerald King

154 Book Reviews / Pneuma 30 (2008) 147-191 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/157007408X287867 Harold D. Hunter and Cecil M. Robeck, Jr., eds., The Azusa Street Revival and its Legacy (Cleveland, TN: Pathway Press, 2006). 364 pp., $24.99, cloth. The work is divided evenly into

Dale Irvin

25- ’DRAWING ALL TOGETHER IN ONE BOND OF LOVE’: THE ECUMENICAL VISION OF WILLIAM J. SEYMOUR AND THE AZUSA STREET REVIVAL Dale T. Irvin* New York Theological Seminary 5 West 29th St, New York, NY 10001, USA For the better part of the past century the Pentecostal and ecumenical movements have

David G. Roebuck

they praised the fact that the book revealed many of the power struggles and human conflict that surrounded the revival that has become an icon in American religious history. William J. Seymour: Pioneer of the Azusa Street Revival is a book that I will refer to often in my teaching and research.

David G. Roebuck

they praised the fact that the book revealed many of the power struggles and human conflict that surrounded the revival that has become an icon in American religious history. William J. Seymour: Pioneer of the Azusa Street Revival is a book that I will refer to often in my teaching and research.

“I Will Pour Out of My Spirit Upon All Flesh”

An Historical and Theological Meditation on Pentecostal Origins

Michael McClymond

“without distinction of white or black,” many might guess that the statement is somehow connected with the Azusa Street Revival, around 1906. Yet the quotation comes, in fact, from John Christian Arulappan, who said this regarding the Christian Pettah (or village) revival that took place in India during

Tony Richie

Richie ** 6926 Terry Drive Knoxville, TN, 37924 USA email: BrothrTony@aol.com A BSTRACT Even as we celebrate the centennial of the Azusa Street Revival, the ideol- ogy and reality of religious pluralism currently challenges Pentecostal Christians to articulate an adequate theology of religions. J.H. King

Kevin L. Spawn

presence and related themes are traced in this essay. Th e relevance of this message is explored for: the Chr’s community during the reconstruction period, the task of bibli- cal theology and the renewal tradition as it embarks upon another century after the Azusa Street Revival. Keywords sacred song

Jennifer Miskov

Time. Included is a look at the possible intersection of the Spirit and the artist community, calling for deeper Pentecostal engagement with the arts. Keywords Azusa Street Revival , American Pentecostalism , Expressionism , art , Spirit baptism , experience , tongues , culture , sacred time I

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Denise A. Austin and Masakazu Suzuki

understood the spiritual language others were speaking [ xenolalia ]. 4 As early as February 1907, secular newspapers even carried news of the Azusa Street revival in Los Angeles, stating that it “not only bordered on the miraculous, but, if anything, out-pentecosted Pentecost itself … The unlearned are