Pentecostal Doctrine

1901 onwards

    • Charles Parham on Speaking in Tongues
      Charles Parham is considered one of the fathers of Pentecostalism and associated with the first Pentecostal style outbreak of speaking in tongues.
    • The Azusa Street Revival

      The Azusa Street Revival describes the perceived outbreak of the Holy Spirit in Los Angeles, California.

    • Pentecostal Tongues

    • A history of Glossolalia in the Pentecostal Movement

    • End Notes

      The Gift of Tongues Project ends determining how the christian doctrine of tongues shifted from the supernatural ability to speak or hear a foreign language to glossolalia, ecstasy, or a private prayer language. The goal is not to detail every Pentecostal or Charismatic movement, only why the change occurred. There may occur many more meanings or slight modifications in either the Pentecostal or Charismatic movements since the 1930s. The GOT Project is unconcerned about these as the goals of the project are met.