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Michael Kuykendall

, Bible translation philosophy, Baptist history, Pentecostal origins Uncovering ideological agendas in recent Bible versions is not an exercise exclusive to the present generation. Indeed, the transmission and translation of English Bibles has always been ideological or sectarian, if by those terms we

Augustus Cerillo

29 Interpretive Approaches to the History of American Pentecostal Origins Augustus Cerillo Jr. Introduction: Historians and the Story of Pentecostal Origins Historians agree that the American Pentecostal movement arose and more or less took permanent shape during the first two decades of the

Tim Walsh

Book Reviews / Pneuma 29 (2007) 131-178 171 James Robinson, Pentecostal Origins: Early Pentecostalism in Ireland in the Context of the British Isles (Carlisle: Paternoster Press, 2005). xxvii + 360 pp. £24.99 paperback. It may have come to the attention of those with an active interest in

Jörg Haustein

historical revisionism. 2 Another helpful contribution to the discussion of historiography was August Cerillo’s typology of historical approaches to Pentecostal origin. 3 In his investigation not only of theological but also of historical and anthropological accounts of Pentecostal beginnings, Cerillo

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

An Historical and Theological Meditation on Pentecostal Origins

Michael McClymond

the question of pentecostal origins I will briefly consider two other recent scholarly debates that are analogous and so might shed light on the pentecostal discussion. Monogenesis and Polygenesis in the 1500s and 1700s Scholars of Pentecostalism are not the only ones debating


James Hosack and Jason Morris

throughout Southeast Asia. In Vietnam, French colonisation, Japanese occupation and communism unification have served to reveal the resilience of Vietnamese Pentecostals. 2 There are several keys points of congruence between the Pentecostal origins and development of Pentecostalism in Thailand and Vietnam

Zachary Michael Tackett

Gastón Espinosa, William J. Seymour and the Origins of Global Pentecostalism: A Biography and Documentary History . Duke University Press, 2014. Paperback $ 28.95. ISBN 9780822356356. Gastón Espinosa provides a fresh telling of Pentecostal origins, envisioning anew the role of the Azusa

Darrin Rodgers

nineteenth centuries that resulted in a significant evan- gelical and Holiness movement in England and America. Th e traditional version of Pentecostal origins is retold, with Charles Parham and the Azusa Street Revival identified as central to the emerging movement. Th omas Ball Barratt, the Methodist

Darrin Rodgers

), sparked curiosity in the young student concerning Pentecostal origins in his home- land. His alma mater (APTS) has published the results of his research, which likely will serve as the church’s standard history for years to come. Pentecost to the Uttermost is divided into fi ve sections: 1) history of

Brandon Walker

The rapid growth of global Pentecostalism has brought the spotlight on the issues of Pentecostal origins, missions, and contextualization. The essays in The Spirit in the World come from an international symposium held in 2006 at the University of Southern California addressing pneumatology in