They Call Me Pentecostal book. The author, Harold Bare, is a highly successful Church of God pastor
They Call Me Pentecostal book. The author, Harold Bare, is a highly successful Church of God pastor. In his book, he traces the roots of the modern Pentecostal movement and examines its role in the final decade of the 20th century, then projects its future.
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The author Harold L. Bare is a Pentecostal minister with the Church of God (Cleveland, TN). He writes this book from the perspective of an insider who grew up in a Pentecostal family. He outlines the basic doctrinal standpoints of Pentecostals and address a few stereotypical myths that have plagued Pentecostals. Here you will learn: Why we speak in tongues How the Pentecostal experience resurfaced in America after nearly 1800 years of suppression That Pentecostals DO NOT handle snakes That not all Pentecostals are alike About the Charismatic movement, which is separate from Pentecostalism That the.
Published 1993 by Pathway in Cleveland, Tenn. Includes bibliographical references.
Fundamentals of Pentecostal Oneness is Dr. Harry Herman’s bold, honest, and heartwarming message about the unipersonality of God and the audacious discovery about the hidden identify of this one true God unpacked through these fundamentals. According to Dr. Herman, all Christians must come to the realization of the essence of the relationship between God and His son, Jesus.
But the tic church is also plagued with sexual . He says he wrote the book not because of his critics but despite them. I have also read the majority of his books. While any of his books are well worth reading, "Playing With Holy Fire" is absolutely one of his best.
But the tic church is also plagued with sexual immorality, financial corruption, doctrinal error, personal flakiness, spiritual gullibility, prophetic abuse, and more. Naming names would undoubtedly have caused controversy and drama, and that wasn’t his goal in writing this book. It deals with a much needed truth that has, far to long, been neglected. He approaches the subject in a loving but powerful way.