The Pentecostal movement in North America and beyond
Pentecostalism began in North America and spread across the globe. It grew out of the ferment of American religious life and manifested elements of Wesleyan Methodism and Holiness theology. The Azusa Street revival after 1906 facilitated its world-wide dissemination. After the 1960s the charismatic movement or 'second wave' provided further momentum to the movement, and this was supplemented by indigenous Pentecostalism in the developing world.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Dean of the School of Divinity Regent University Virginia Beach Virginia 23464 USA
Publication date: August 1, 2004