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Kenn Gulliksen, John Wimber, and the Founding of the Vineyard Movement

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Abstract John Wimber is traditionally credited with founding the Vineyard movement, but the issue is far from clear because of another leader named Kenn Gulliksen, who started the first Vineyard and led several others. Most of the history of Gulliksen’s Vineyard is not known. This article argues that, when the historical gaps are addressed, not only does Gulliksen emerge as a significant figure in Vineyard history, but he should also be considered founder of the movement.

Affiliations: 1: University of California Davis, California 95616 tomcarolynhiggins@gmail.com

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