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Parham, Charles Fox

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Author(s): Robins, Roger G.
[German Version] (Jun 4, 1873, Muscatine, IA – Jan 29, 1929, Baxter Springs, KS), joined the Congregational Christian Church around 1886 and attended Southwest Kansas College until 1890. After 1895 he traveled as an independent Holiness evangelist and founded Beth-el Healing Home (Topeka, KS) in 1898, adding a Bible school in 1900, where the charismatic phenomenon of glossolalia (III) occurred on Jan 1, 1901. Parham declared glossolalia to be the only authentic sign of baptism in the Holy Spirit a…

Pentecostalism/Charismatic Movements

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Author(s): Frenschkowski, Marco | Robins, Roger G. | Gerloff, Roswith | Bergunder, Michael
[German Version] I. Church History 1. On Jan 2, 1901, the Bethel Bible School in Topeka, Kansas, headed by C.F. Parham, experienced pneumatic phenomena, which were interpreted as missionary preparation and “baptism in the Spirit” (as in Acts 2). From 1906 to 1913, the “Azusa Street Revival” in Los Angeles, led by Pastor W.J. Seymour, the son of a black slave, became the birthplace of the modern Pentecostal movement. “Pentecostal churches” sprang up almost overnight (see II, 1 below). In 2002 some 20% …