D. A. Tennison Pentecostal Distinctives Final

T. B. Barrat
Europe, Norway
began holding Pentecostal meetings in Oslo that introduced Pentecostalism to Europe
Impacted by Azusa street missionaries.
Levi Pethrus
oversaw the Filadelfia Church in Stockholm, which was the largest Pentecostal church in the world until the 1970s.
Jonathan Paul
Berlin Declaration
formed the Mulheim Association within the Lutheran church.
Berlin Declaration
Jonathan Paul
A.A. Boddy
Part of Welsh Revival
Donald Gee
Part of Welsh Revival
Leader of the Assemblies of God of Great Britain and Ireland
Luigi Francesconi
Started the Assembly of Christian Churches among Italian immigrants (while Bulgarian, Polish, Russian and Ukrainians also had Pentecostal churches
Arrived from Argentina and founded the Chrstian Congregation for Italian immigrants
Asian Pentecostalism
-India Revival in 1905 - Pandita Sarasvati Rmabai
-First Continent to recieve ASM missionaries
-A. G. and Lillian Garr came to India in 1906 and Hong Kong China in 1907
-Charismatic movement arrived with the foundation of Catholic prayer groups in 1972
-Catholics and Pentecostals faced persecution from radical Hiduism
- 3 Major Centers
Hong Kong - Garrs
Northern China - Bernet Berntsen
Shanghai - Antoinette Moomau and Mrs. H.L. Lawler
- David Yonggi Cho - largest church in the world
Pandita Ramabai
A.G. Garr
went with wife to India to be a missionary in 1906 and Hong Kong China in 1907 - 1908 when daughter died of smallpox and then moved back in India in 1910
Heung Huh
Converted by Mary Ramsey
Helped build the Chosen Pentecostal Church
Created the Korean Pentecostal Church before the Korean war
David Yonggi Cho
Created the largest church in the world in Korea
William Wade Harris
East Africa
Traveled from Liberia to the Ivory Coast with female co-workers and go Ghana but was forced back to Liberia by the colonial french government.
Congo Evangelistic Mission
Founded by Wiliiam Burton and James Slater in 1915
in 1960 in was replaced by the Pentecostal Community of the Congo and splits led to the Evangelical Pentecostal Community of Shaba, the Pentecostal Community of Northern Shaba and the Pentecostal Church of the Congo
Simon Kimbangu
From the Congo
Founded the Church of Christ on earth
Arrested while doing his healing ministry in 1921
Died while in prison in 1951
Preached non-violence to the church
Church grew in his absence and today numbers in the millions in various countries
Controversial for regarding the Kimbangu family as possible incarnations of the Holy spirit
Frank Chikane
Black leader in the AFMSA, spoke out against apartheid and faced repercussions from both his government and his church.
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada
R. E. McAlister established churches in Ontario after returning from Azusa
1919 helped form the PAOC with other leaders including his brother Harvey and G. A. Chambers
Denomination was initially oneness but moved
Francisco Olazabal
Converted under George and Carrie Judd Montgomery in 1900, and studied at Moody Bible Institute.
Created the Latin American Council of Churches
Willis Hoover
Considered to be the most successful protestant missionary in Chile when he converted to Pentecostalism from reading Minnie Abrams' "The Baptism of the Holy Ghost and Fire"
Tommy Hicks
South America
Held massive crusade in 1954 that brought Pentecostalism to the forefront of Argentine Culture, bringing together hudreds of thousands across denomination lines and in cooperation with the Peron government.
Daniel Berg
Came from Sweden with Gunnar Vingren and they registered with the Assemblies of God but later became self-supported as they spread throughout Brazil and it is now the largest Protestant Church in the country.
Roger Stronstad
Wrote the Charismatic Theology of St. Luke
Spirit Baptism in Acts
Written about in Roger Stronstad's "Charismatic Theology of St. Luke".
Luke relates the gift of the Holy Spirit to service
"initial, physical evidence"
Used by the Assemblies of God (Consciously in place of "Bible Evidence") because speaking in tongues should not be mistaken for Spirit Baptism itself, it was only an "intial, physical" sign of it.
spiritual gifts
Spirit empowered abilities given for service in the church
There is no exhaustive list of gifts in the New Testament
"signs and wonders"
The larger category that Healing belongs in
Serves to Validate the truth of God's work
Acts 2:19, 22, 43; 4:30; 5:12; 6:8; 7:36; 14:3; 15:12
Sign - "Semeion" - God's showing himself to be God
Wonder - "Teras" - Inspired fear and trembling/demanding attention
David Hume
Wrote "Of Miracle" saying that Miracles cannot be proven and that if a miracle did occur, we could not infer God from that
Contingency/volitional miracles
Both require belief in the timing of God's action.
Wesleyan/Holiness Churches Identify Spirit Baptism as Sanctification
Is Baptism in the Holy Spirit
in the order of "Converstion, SANCTIFICATION, Spirit Baptism" from Frank Macchia
spiritual fruit
Given by the Holy Spirit
The Fruit of the Spirit reflects positive changes in our character as someone in whom the Spirit is at work
Not the result of the baptism in the Holy Spirit but of the presence of the Holy Spirit who guides every believer in Jesus
W/o it, we will never have the character necessary to be properly used by God