The Pentecostal Movement - A Short History and an Interpretation for British Readers Donald Gee

ISBN: 9781447493983

Published: April 16th 2013

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208 pages


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The Pentecostal Movement - A Short History and an Interpretation for British Readers  by  Donald Gee

The Pentecostal Movement - A Short History and an Interpretation for British Readers by Donald Gee
April 16th 2013 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 208 pages | ISBN: 9781447493983 | 5.14 Mb

This brief history and interpretation of the Pentecostal Movement has been written expressly for British readers. Just so much of the history of the Movement in its world-wide aspect has been introduced as is necessary to retain a sense of proportion, and illustrate the truly world-wide scope of the Pentecostal Revival. American and Swedish friends already have similar books written from their particular standpoint.

The Elim work in the British Isles has had the same. There seemed a need for a more general survey of the Movement as it has developed as a whole in Britain. It is as impossible as it would be unwise to try and record every detail and incident. An attempt has been made to provide that which is really necessary a record of those salient facts, and outstanding personalities, upon which the British history of the Movement really turns- coupled with enough of detail and incident to make the narrative vivid and alive.



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