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Winning The Peace

Winning The Peace By Robin Johnston The modern Oneness movement was birthed in controversy. The “New Issue” baptism in Jesus’ name and the Oneness of God divided the fledgling Assemblies of God when the organization was only months old. Within two and one-half years of its formation, over 25 percent of the ministerial constituency of […]

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The Merger

The Merger By J. T. Pugh I had my first exposure to Pentecost in the summer of 1934. This was only nineteen years after the revival of Jesus Name baptism. In the last seventy-three years I have observed truth moving across multiple thresholds in a fast-changing world. On the wall of Pastor Paul M. Cook’s […]

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Convent To Convert: Sister Charlotte Keckler’s Remarkable Testimony

Convent To Convert: Sister Charlotte Keckler’s Remarkable Testimony By Matthew Shaw She signed the document in her own red blood, vows of chastity, crucial poverty, and obedience. She would never marry, own property, or disobey Church authority. Charlotte Keckler was a young woman who loved God and believed that her decision to join a Carmelite […]

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When Paganism Crept Into Christianity

When Paganism Crept Into Christianity By Nathan A. Urshan I would like to draw your attention to something very important which I feel is outstanding in relationship to the Word of God. First of all, I would like to call your attention to the marvelous history of the New Testament. In the New Testament long […]

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Living in the Light of Oneness

Living in the Light of Oneness By: Elder Ross Drysdale Read the following case histories of “signs and wonders’ occurring among those who have been baptized in Jesus Name and are walking in Holiness! WITH SIGNS FOLLOWING The true body of Christ has its message confirmed with miraculous demonstrations. We read of the Early Church […]

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The Pentecostal Experience through the Ages

The Pentecostal Experience through the Ages World of Aflame Publications God’s truth endures to all generations (Psalm 100:5). God has always had a people; even in times of great apostasy, He has had a remnant who believed and obeyed Him. In Romans 11, the apostle Paul derived an important principle from the story of Elijah […]

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´╗┐Without Form and Fashion: the Early Pentecostal Service

Without Form and Fashion: the Early Pentecostal Service By Matthew Shaw When the Holy Ghost baptism was given at Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost, the seekers of the Father’s promise were caught up in a state of spiritual ecstasy. Their Upper Room experiences inspired curiosity and ridicule as onlookers surmised that these passionate Pentecostals […]

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