Wind and Flame: Formerly 'The Pentecostal Movement' by Donald Gee

Wind and Flame: Formerly 'The Pentecostal Movement'

byDonald Gee

Kobo ebook | March 20, 2014

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The has to be the best and most comprehensive introduction to the Pentecostal Movement  up to the outbreak of the charismatic movement in the 60's.

The original 'Pentecostal Movement' was first written during the Second World War and gives readers a detailed account of the people, places and events that gave British Pentecostalism its influential place amongst world Pentecostal movements.

Though it deals mainly with British history it frequently reflects upon personalities from other nations who played a part in the formation of Britain's Pentecostal movements.

Beginning with the Welsh Revival and the Azusa Street Outpouring, the author documents the spreading flame of Pentecost from Barratt in Sunderland, Smith Wigglesworth in Bradford and a host of other pioneers who became leaders of the fledgling Pentecostal denominations.

This book will always be a primary source for the history of British Pentecostalism.

In 1966, just before his death, Gee brought the story up to date, including reference to the second-wave of the Spirit through the Charismatic Movement, when it's name changed to 'Wind and Flame.'

Original published in 1966. 299 pages

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Title:Wind and Flame: Formerly 'The Pentecostal Movement'Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 20, 2014Publisher:Revival LibraryLanguage:English

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