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© 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

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1 The International Significance of Azusa Street It is a well-established fact that the Pentecostal Movement is one of the fastest growing renewal movements to make its appearance within the Church of the twentieth century. It is also widely accepted that the little Apostolic Faith Mission at

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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

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Beach, VA 23464, USA renebra@regent.edu Abstract The “Bible evidence” doctrine was one of the most significant teachings to emerge first at the Topeka revival and subsequently at Azusa Street. For better or worse, it has come to define clas- sical Pentecostalism. Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. has argued that

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Accompanied by religious fervor and supernatural manifestations, the outpouring of the Spirit in Los Angeles at the beginning of the twentieth century prompted social reconstructions within the Azusa Street Mission that produced an unprecedented level of equality and inclusion, cutting across

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discerning spirits. It is to this task of comparison that I now turn. From Loyola to Azusa Street: Locating Ignatian Themes of Spiritual Discernment Good and Evil Spirits While Ignatius does not set out to establish an exhaustive metaphysic of the spiritual world, there exist several particularly

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Book Reviews / Mission Studies 26 (2009) 249–295 263 Th e Azusa Street Mission and Revival: Th e Birth of the Global Pentecostal Movement. By Cecil M. Robeck. Nashville, Tennessee, US, Th omas Nelson 2006. Pp. 352. $16.99. Cecil Robeck is Professor of Church History and Ecumenics at Fuller Th

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159 Spiritual Advice to a Seeker: Letters to T. B. Barratt from Azusa Street, 1906 David Bundy* Thomas Ball Barratt has long been known as "the apostle of the Pentecostal Movement in Europe."I It is also well known that he accepted the Pentecostal understanding of Christianity while in New York

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Review Essay What Hath Cambridge To Do With Azusa Street? Radical Orthodoxy and Pentecostal Theology in Conversation James K.A. Smith While not quite a Barthian bombshell, John Milbank’s Theology and Social Theory did land with considerable impact on contemporary theol- ogy. 1 In retrospect, it

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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

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