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Mon 29 May 2017 @ 9:36

RT @RevAndrewRumsey'Parish' published on 30th June, then launched at Southwark Cathedral on 10th July. Pre-order from @SCM_Press or yo… https://t.co/o8aO3BargX

Spreading Fires

The Missionary Nature of Early Pentecostalism

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ISBN-13: 9780334040637
Published: 26/04/2007
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This book analyses the context, history, theology and praxis of the first Pentecostal missions in the first two decades of the twentieth century. Based largely on primary sources, it explores the social and historical context in which Pentecostalism arose, the revival, holiness and healing movements associated with it in the late nineteenth century, and the influence of colonialism on Pentecostal missions. It traces the stories of Pentecostal missionaries and 'native workers' in Africa, China, India and other parts of Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. The first part of the book is historical, while the second part is analytical, missiological and theological. It looks at the doctrine and experience of the Spirit so central to Pentecostal mission, the emphasis on evangelism, healing and premillennialism, the translation and contextualization of the Christian message by Pentecostal missionaries, and issues of religion, race, gender and culture. It concludes with an analysis of the missionary nature of Pentecostalism and the contemporary implications of this for the wider church.
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Allan Anderson

Allan Anderson is Reader in Pentecostal Studies in the Department of Theology at the University of Birmingham. As well as carrying out comprehensive field research in ten African countries and Korea, he taught theological students in Africa for 15 years before moving to the University of Birmingham.

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