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The Worship Scenes in the Apocalypse, Effective History, and Early Pentecostal Periodical Literature

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History of effect is a recent methodology being used as a means to discover the ways in which readers are influenced by biblical texts. This essay seeks to discover how the early Pentecostals were influenced in their worship by their reading of the Apocalypse. Early Pentecostal literature is filled with references to the worship practices and experiences of the early Pentecostal communities. The literature, which is largely testimonial in nature, indicates that the early Pentecostals were deeply influenced in their worship by the Apocalypse. This essay provides a survey of both Wesleyan-Pentecostal and Finished Work periodical literature from 1906-1916.

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2012-01-01
2015-05-29

Affiliations: 1: Southeastern University, 1000 Longfellow Blvd., Lakeland, Fl. 33801, USA mlarcher@seu.edu

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