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by Charles W. Nienkirchen

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Author: Charles W. Nienkirchen
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub; Reprint edition (May 1, 2010)
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. A historical look at the connections between . Simpson, founder of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, and the Pentecostal Movement of the early 20th century.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The author looks into similarities, differences, where each were quickened and blessed by the other, and misunderstandings that arose and continue to arise surrounding doctrines like tongues as evidence of the initial infilling of the Spirit, the "seek not, forbid not" stance, and more. A really compelling read.

Providing essential insight into the growth of the Christian Missionary Alliance and Simpson’s own relationship.

Providing essential insight into the growth of the Christian Missionary Alliance and Simpson’s own relationship with the larger evangelical movement, this volume contextualizes the spiritual trajectory of Simpson’s life and ministry

Helpful studies of these reactions may be found in Anderson, Vision of the Disinherited; Nienkirchen, Charles . A. B. Simpson and the Pentecostal Movement: A Study in Continuity, Crisis, and Change (Peabody, Mass

Helpful studies of these reactions may be found in Anderson, Vision of the Disinherited; Nienkirchen, Charles . Simpson and the Pentecostal Movement: A Study in Continuity, Crisis, and Change (Peabody, Mass. Hendrickson Publishers, 1992); and esp. Wacker, Travail of a Broken Family, 23–49. 5. For more on the Christian and Missionary Alliance and its reactions to pentecostalism, consult Anderson, Vision of the Disinherited, esp. 71–74 and 142–47; Nienkirchen, A. Simpson and the Pentecostal Movement; and Wacker, Travail of a Broken Family.

Nienkirchen, Charles W. Simpson and the Pentecostal Movement: A Study in Continuity, Crisis, and Change. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2010. New York: Christian Alliance Publishing C. 1920.

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B. Simpson and the Pentecostal Movement : A Study in Continuity, Crisis, and Change. by Charles W. Nienkirchen.

The Pentecostal Movement grew out of the Holiness Revival of the second half of the nineteenth century. Albert B. Simpson Another predecessor to Pentecostalism was the Keswick "Higher Life" movement which flourished in England after 1875. Not content to remain in mainline churches, holiness followers formed new religious communities committed to seeking perfection in Christ and experienced a renewed outpouring of the Holy Spirit much like the early church experienced in the book of Acts. The Holiness Revival.

Prepared by Gary B. McGee Early Pentecostal revivals: Alliance, OH Zion City (Topeka) Nyack Memphis Dunn, NC Los Angeles Houston. Nienkirchen, Charles W. Peabody, Mass: Hendrickson Publishers, 1992. Owen, Michael G. Preparing Students for the First Harvest, 1905-1935: Five Early Ohio Bible Schools- Forerunners of Today’s Colleges. Assemblies of God Heritage 9 (Winter 1989-1990): 3-5, 16-19. Robeck, J. Cecil M. The Azusa Street Mission & Revival. Nashville: Nelson Reference and Electronic, 2006. Download ppt "Prepared by Gary B. McGee How Pentecostalism Came to Ohio: 1906-1907.

""Based on impressive research, the author has offered the spiritual heirs of A. B. Simpson, as well as the larger church world, an accurate interpretation of Simpson's spiritual pilgrimage. The information about Simpson's belief in speaking in tongues and the ministries of those who remained or left the Alliance over the issue, provides valuable insights into the close relationship between the organization and emerging Pentecostal movement."" -- Gary B. McGee Professor of Church History, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary ""It is good news indeed that Charles Nienkirchen's A. B. Simpson and the Pentecostal Movement is being republished. This is a very important and well written work which sheds light not only on A. B. Simpson's quest for the tongues-attested baptism in the Holy Spirit but on the milieu surrounding the early spread of Pentecostalism in America and especially in the Christian and Missionary Alliance. This is a historical treasure."" --Vinson Synan, Dean Emeritus Regent University School of Divinity ""Simpson has long deserved an in-depth study. A pivotal turn-of-the-century figure who never found full acceptance in any wing of American evangelicalism, this prolific Canadian nonetheless profoundly influenced popular evangelicalism and Anglo-American Pentecostalism. Nienkirchen makes careful use of long-unused primary sources to illuminate Simpson's relationship to early Pentecostalism. The result is a suggestive work that offers perceptive insights into early Pentecostalism and the context from which it emerged."" -- Edith L. Blumhofer Project Director Institute for the Study of American Evangelicalism, Wheaton ""Nienkirchen provides a splendid study of the relationship of A. B. Simpson to Pentecostalism. This book demonstrates wide knowledge of primary materials and great care in documentation (with about one-third of the text devoted to footnote material). Nienkirchen clearly delineates the major elements in Simpson's religious thought and gives attention to the most significant ways in which his thought changed. His major interest in this book focuses on the ways in which Simpson influenced the formation of early Pentecostalism. Pentecostals accept some elements of Simpson's teaching and rejected or modified others, but Nienkirchen argues persuasively the case for Simpson's importance in understanding Pentecostalism; moreover, he clearly illustrates specific ways -- both direct and indirect -- in which that influence was felt in the complex story of early holiness-pentecostal relationships."" -- William Pitts Professor of Church History Baylor University ""Charles Nienkirchen has supplied those interested in the history and theology of American Evangelicalism, the Christian and Missionary Alliance, or the Pentecostal movement with an invaluable reference tool and an interpretive lens through which to understand them. This 'must-read' has shown its worth by remaining as relevant, informative and provocative as when it first went to press."" --Bernie A. Van De Walle Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology Ambrose University College and Seminary Calgary, AB ""In A. B. Simpson and the Pentecostal Movement, Charles Nienkirken has combined prodigious research with mastery of historical and theological sources to produce a superb study of Simpson's relationship with early pentecostalism. This is a most important and useful work."" -- Randall Balmer Barnard College, Columbia University Charles W. Nienkirchen, PhD (University of Waterloo) is Professor of Christian History and Spirituality at Ambrose University College in Calgary, Canada and Visiting Professor of Christian Spirituality at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, Canada. He has been a Scholar in Residence at Oxford University in England and Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem as well as Visiting Professor in Residence at Tamilnadu Theological Seminary in Madurai, South India. His teaching, research, publications and ecu