Mind Map - 1.1A Early Revivalists

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Lesson 1.1A, Early Revivalists

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Mind Map - 1.1A Early Revivalists
1 1901 Topeka Revival
1.1 1906 Azusa Street Outpouring
2 1914 Formation of the General Council
3 1766 John Wesley - Christian perfection - a second experience - sanctification
3.1 1830 holiness movement taught Wesleyan 2nd blessing (double cure)- not Pentecostal, power for holy living
4 Reformed Calvinistic theologians equated Spirit baptism with conversion.
4.1 Revivalists within the Reformed tradition claimed it was a second work of grace.
4.1.1 Charles G. Finney taught that baptism in the Holy Spirit empowered Christians for ministry.
4.1.1.1 1875 The Keswick conventions in England rejected the "Wesleyan perfection" for "full consecration" and the "fullness of the Spirit."
4.1.1.1.1 Revivalists such as D. L. Moody emphasized Spirit baptism to empower for service.

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