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Foundations of Pentecostalism Part 3: The Pietists - Emotion is Superior to Intellect

Part three of our examination of Pentecostal foundations will bring us back to the 17th century where we take a look at the founder of a movement called “Lutheran Pietism”, Philipp Spener and his successor Nikolaus Von Zinzendorf. 2,221 more words

Christianity

Signs and Wonders

Why do we tear each other a part? If we are preaching Jesus is the Only way of salvation then we are preaching the Good News. 541 more words

Why do PENTECOSTALS care so much about SPIRIT BAPTISM?

This post is part of my current blog series called “Questions People Ask about the Holy Spirit” (#HSQuestions). Thank you to everyone who submitted questions! 842 more words

Theology Discussion

Filled With The Spirit In A Pentecost Liturgy

My first Pentecost as a Catholic, and there I was, an altar server. I had also served the week before and had done the reading out of the Acts of the Apostles all the Month of May. 1,017 more words

Politics And Religion

Should Pentecostals talk about the Spirit on Pentecost Sunday?

Pentecost Sunday is coming soon.

Did you even know?

If you are Pentecostal, probably not. Yet, I have heard some Pentecostals complain when their pastor hasn’t mentioned Pentecost on Pentecost Sunday.  199 more words

Ministry

May 14th, 2017

 

 Jonathots, Jr. Daily Blog

(Number 1584)

     

 

Social Commentary

Foundations of Pentecostalism: Part 1 Montanus & Vincent Ferrer - Mysticism

For those unfamiliar with Pentecostalism, it is not a denomination but was considered a “movement” back in the early 20th century which sprouted into several main denominations: Christian and Missionary Alliance, Assemblies of God, International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, Vineyard, Elim (UK), Church of the Nazarene, Church of God in Christ, Oneness Pentecostal (cult more than it is a denomination), to a much lesser extent, Calvary Chapel (typically anti-cessastion in pneumatology but not pentecostal in liturgical ecclesiology), Disciples of Christ, and many others. 966 more words

Christianity