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by Charles W. Conn

eBook Like a Mighty Army: A History of the Church of God, 1886-1995 download ISBN: 0871485338
Author: Charles W. Conn
Publisher: Pathway Press; Definitve ed edition (August 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 615
ePub: 1302 kb
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Rating: 4.1
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Churches and Church Leadership

The Church of God is a Pentecostal denomination with roots in biblical holiness.

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Conn authored 23 books, including Like a Mighty Army, Moves the Church of God, the official history . Conn helped foster within the Church of God an acceptance of educational pursuits and an acceptance of broader Christianity.

Conn authored 23 books, including Like a Mighty Army, Moves the Church of God, the official history of the Church of God, which was first published in 1955. Early writing career.

Dr. Conn displays a wonderful writing style with the history of the Church of God.

Unused Pathway Press hardback with dustjacket, both like new. Owner's name on second page; otherwise, mint condition. Dr. Reading as a Novel, it lays the foundations of the Church of God, history of leaders, as well as writing through the eyes of one that loves the group in which God has called him to minister.

Charles Conn has done a great job of documenting the development of our denomination from the earliest days . If you belong to Church of God, I really would recommend getting hold of a copy just to read the first few chapters and get an understanding of how it all began.

If you belong to Church of God, I really would recommend getting hold of a copy just to read the first few chapters and get an understanding of how it all began.

Bibliography: p. 457-460. Corporate Name: Church of God (Cleveland, Tenn. Download Like a mighty army : a history of the Church of God, 1886-1976 Charles W. Conn. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

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A History of the Church of God 1886-1995.
Comments: (7)
EROROHALO
I am a member of the denomination that this book describes. Former General Overseer Charles W. Conn traces the history of the Church of God denomination to the hills of western North Carolina in 1886 through its first Pentecostal experience in 1896, followed by severe persecution by mainstream churches, into rapid growth to international status. In 2005--ten years after this edition was published--the Church of God claims seven million members.

The Church of God is a Pentecostal denomination with roots in biblical holiness. Modifications have been made over the years as we have studied the Bible and addressed problems and errors during our General Assembly meetings. The end result is a church that is on fire for God and ready to evangelize the world.
blodrayne
SO GLAD TO HAVE THIS AND CONSIDER IT A TREASURE!
blac wolf
This is a re print but still has the great history of the Church of God. I gave it to someone who was looking for the original and they were quite satisfied with this one.
Shazel
Book arrived in great shape.
Quendant
Look Good. But, don't clean before send. Ship in 2 days. Very good.
Adrietius
IT WAS GREAT
Ber
Great story about The Church of God telling how a hand full of Christians looking for something more found it. And what a story.
This book is a must for those who are Pentecostal, or studying Pentecostalism. It is a history of the Pentecostal "Church of God - Clevland, TN."
This book details the early beginnings of the Church of God in 1886, a holiness group coming out of mainstream denominations in the mountains of Tennessee, calling themselves "The Christian Union." A group who after 10 years experienced the baptism of the Holy Spirit. This history traces the problems encountered, and the world wide growth of the Church of God up until 1995.
This book received official approval by the Church of God executive committee, thus "The Definitive Edition." It is easy to see why though, as will become quickly obvious, the author (a former General Overseer in the church) is a bit biased. Though he treats some tough issues in much fairness, sometimes this book reads more poetic propiganda than a raw history.
A fellow student of mine (at Lee University, a Church of God school) called this book "The Church of God's version of Mein Keimpf." He's probably not too far from the truth. However, this is a good read and a valuable part to any Pentecostal library.
580 pages worth of reading, with about 30 of it being the names of overseers, presidents of the college, tracking the growth in numbers of church membership, as well as tithes received. The first half of the book is a lot more enjoyable than the last half, with more emphasis on the early general assemblies, whereas the last half of the book does not put as much emphasis on the general assemblies (where denominational decisions are made, leaders voted in, etc.)
My only wish is this history book would have had some pictures of the various persons and buildings that played a crucial part of the history of this denomination. It would have made this book a better history book.