How the doctrine of cessationism percolated within certain Church of England splinter groups and especially those that immigrated to America.
This is part 4 of the series of Cessationism, Miracles, and Tongues. Part 1 was an introduction with a general summary. Part 2 uncovered the medieval psyche surrounding the supernatural, miracles, and magic. This same article also contained how the protestant movement revised the perceptions of miracles in the early church from the traditional catholic opinion. Part 3 demonstrated how the Church of England, especially through the influence of the Puritans, officially formulated the doctrine of cessationism.
The most populous splinter group from the Church of England was the Methodist movement. This is where the analysis starts for Part 4.
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A digest of early Pentecostal based newsletters.
As per the Gift of Tongues Project one out of the four aims is being fulfilled here: to provide the source texts in a digital format.
In the case of Pentecostal literature, there is an abundance of information that could take months or years to digitize. However, many of those works only have a small footprint on speaking in tongues that fits the criteria for further research. For the purpose of brevity and avoiding digitization of complete newsletters, important quotes from the early Pentecostal based newsletters have been identified and provided below.
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- Christian Alliance and Missionary Weekly
- Apostolic Faith Newspaper (Los Angeles)
- Apostolic Faith Newspaper (Portland)
- Christian and Missionary Alliance
- The Bridegroom’s Messenger
- The Assemblies of God Publication
The Latter Rain Evangel
The Church of God Evangel
White Wing Messenger
The Bridal Call
The Pentecostal Holiness Advocate
For more information on pentecostal tongues
- The Weekly Evangel
- The Christian Evangel
- The Pentecostal Evangel
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