WHEN GOVERNMENT SNUBS THE LAND OF ISRAEL Most people don’t think much about what causes a natural disaster. When one thinks about floods, wildfires, tornadoes, hurricanes and the like, it is usually all summed up with one phrase: Acts of God. In reality, we are closer to

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THE 7 ECUMENICAL COUNCILS In attempting to gather historical facts about the Early Church, after Clement’s time, one will find, almost predominantly, that Catholicism swallowed up the “church” from a very early date. At least as far as the historical accounts of the early church are

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THE MAN, CLEMENT OF ROME We left off, in Part 2 of our Early Church History Series, learning a little bit about Paul’s role in the church. Not only was he a missionary, evangelist, writer and encourager of the brethren, but he was a church planter

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HOW THE BIBLE CAME TO BE TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH  John Wycliffe John Wycliffe did the very first English translation of the Bible in 1382 AD. He was a professor at Oxford, a scholar and also a theologian and he wrote out the entire Bible in English, by

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PENTECOSTAL EVENTS FROM 1801 UNTIL 1907 1801 A great spiritual outpouring took place in Cain Ridge, Kentucky in this year. It happened during a camp meeting of interdenominationals, including those of Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian faiths. It became a normal thing to hear sermons full of great

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THE LITTLE KNOWN MORAVIAN POPULATION BRINGS FIRST REFORMATION The Moravian Church It is simply fact that the Moravian Church cannot be ignored when looking into revival histories spanning the course of some five hundred years. Originally called the Unity of Brethren, this Church claims its origins in

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REVIVAL AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY  On January 1, 1901, the very first Pentecostal revival to take place on American soil happened just on the outskirts of Topeka, Kansas. It spread much farther than this, however, as God gave the increase. Charles’ Early Life Charles Parham was

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