Pentecostal Collection

About the Pentecostal Collection

The Pentecostal Collection was established to preserve primary source material arising from the Pentecostal movement. This collection consists of works that reflect the history of the Pentecostal movement that arose in the early 20th century in America to which the Assemblies of God traces its foundations and of the charismatic movement of the 1960s and 1970s. It incorporates primary works by leaders or other significant people involved in the movement with focus given to regionally local leaders. Topics connected with or arising within the movement, such as holiness, eschatology, dispensationalism, missiology (late 1800s-1935), Trinitarian controversies, the Latter Rain movement, and Oneness Pentecostals movement, will also be included. All formats in the English language will be collected. Materials will be added to the collection as they are received as gifts to the Library; no funds are available for developing this collection. Because of the scarceness of some of the materials, this collection has restricted access.

Included Authors

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