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, Ontario, and began pasto- ral ministry in Beloit, Ohio. She resigned her pastorate to become a mission- ary on February 1, 1898. 39 She served in Venezuela 40 and Puerto Rico with the Christian Missionary Alliance. 41 After her Holy Spirit baptism, she became the fi rst Pentecostal missionary in Argentina

In: Journal of Pentecostal Theology

speaking in tongues. 14 In 1862, members of the Reverend John Watsford’s congregation at the Pirie Street Methodist Church in Adelaide, South Australia, experienced Holy Spirit baptism. 15 From 1853, when Catholic Apostolic Church evangelist Alfred Wilkinson arrived in Melbourne, it is likely that

In: Pneuma

denominations that encourage speaking in tongues as evidence of Holy Spirit baptism. ⸙

a foundation for his classical Pentecostal interpretation that Holy Spirit baptism is a subsequent experience to salvation evidenced by glossolalia. Ervin’s view of “One Baptism-One Filling,” however, is described as what “makes Ervin unique amongst all the scholars of the past and present on the

In: Pneuma

: Society for New Testament Studies, Monograph Series 17, Cambridge University Press 1972. A. A. HOEKEMA, Holy Spirit Baptism, The Paternoster Press, Exeter 1972. Istituto per le scienze religiose, Catalogo dell Pubblicazioni Perio- diche, Editrice Libraria Paideia, Bologna 1971. E. KÄSEMANN, Essais

In: Novum Testamentum

truth of sanctification, God awakened the church to the life of holiness and Christian maturity. Finally, through the modern day Pentecostal revival, God was restoring to the church the power of Holy Spirit baptism, the miracles of divine healing and the supernatural gifts of the Spirit. This

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ushers Pentecostalism into the discussion by inviting the reader to consider the pneumatological possibilities. Álvarez masterfully draws the readers back to the Azusa Street revival to shine a light on the Holy Spirit baptisms and divine encounters shared by poor, marginalized, and oft

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supernatural power and miracles of the New Testament church. The outpouring of the Holy Spirit baptism and subsequent speaking in tongues signaled the imminent close of history and created urgency among Pentecostal believers to share the gospel message in its fullness. Thus, it is not surprising to see that

In: Pneuma

was Parham the founder of the Pentecostal movement because he first formulated the new religion's defining theological tenet, tongues as the initial evidence of Holy Spirit baptism, argues Goff, but also because he first preached a Pentecostal full gospel message, which included the themes of

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priorities that were much broader than a singular focus on Holy Spirit baptism. 5 Music and Liturgy Before turning our attention to the specifi c hymns used in the Azusa Street Revival, it will be benefi cial to consider the larger question of what we can expect to learn from hymns in general. Th ere is no

In: Pneuma