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Product NameAzusa Street And Beyond: 100 Years Of Commentary On The Global Pentecostal, Charismatic Movement
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionPaperback
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AuthorGrant McClung
Page Count220
Long DescriptionIn honor of the Azusa Street Centennial Anniversary, Grant McClung has collected the works of many of the men who have chronicled or led the Pentecostal movement for the past 100 years and put their essays into a single volume that is considered by many to be the "one central sourcebook on Pentecostal missions and church growth." The book is divided into four perspectives: History (a visit to Azusa Street) Theology Practice Future of the Pentecostal missions
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