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The Christian calendar unites us as a worshiping community, and as a community of faith we move forward along the road which leads us to the one whose name we bear. In today's article, read more from Chris Peters about the gift that the church calendar serves for us.

Happy birthday, Henry Class Morrison! Morrison was a Methodist evangelist, editor, and president of Asbury College and founder of Asbury Theological Seminary. In today's post read a biographical sketch of his "pentecostal" experience, then download the autobiographical account itself, for free.

We're accustomed to hearing both about the mission and the identity of God's church; the empowerment for mission and for holiness by the Holy Spirit. What if both aspects are inseparable parts of Christian vocation? Chris Green suggests a way to think about Spirit baptism with biblical integrity and in a way that does justice to Christ's example.

The Old Testament describes three major feasts that became part of the Jewish annual calendar, each having its own unique theological significance for the community. In this article, Jeremiah Garrett summarizes their history and locates them in the Bible's story.

Pentecost falls on June 8 this year, so we've taken the time to round up some of our leading resources on the Holy Spirit for you. They include Seven Minute Seminary videos, recommended reading lists, scholarly profiles, quotes, and more.
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In this video interview, Larry Wood hosts Pentecostal scholar Frank Macchia as they discuss the connection between John Wesley and Pentecostalism. Among the topics are Wesley's Aldersgate experience and the commonalities between Pentecostal and Wesleyan spirituality. (Part III)
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In this video interview, Larry Wood hosts Pentecostal scholar Frank Macchia as they discuss the connection between John Wesley and Pentecostalism. Among the topics are Wesley's Aldersgate experience and the commonalities between Pentecostal and Wesleyan spirituality.
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In this video interview, Larry Wood hosts Pentecostal scholar Frank Macchia as they discuss the connection between John Wesley and Pentecostalism. Among the topics are Wesley's Aldersgate experience and the commonalities between Pentecostal and Wesleyan spirituality.

Contemporary Pentecostalism is in many ways an offshoot of Wesleyan-Arminian spirituality and theology via the American Holiness movement. Pentecostals specifically identify conversion, sanctification, divine healing, and the premillennial second coming of Jesus as Wesleyan-Arminian-Holiness themes that particularly impacted the formative stages of their movement’s development.
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http://youtu.be/2U2sk-POYC4 Tomorrow is Pentecost Sunday—what did it mean for the early church and their mission? See this resource filmed earlier with Dr. Craig Keener. See our...

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