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Holiness and Pentecostal Movements

Intertwined Pasts, Presents, and Futures

Edited by David Bundy, Geordan Hammond, and David Sang-Ehil Han

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282 pages
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15 b&w illustrations
2022

Studies in the Holiness and Pentecostal Movements

Holiness and Pentecostal Movements

Intertwined Pasts, Presents, and Futures

Edited by David Bundy, Geordan Hammond, and David Sang-Ehil Han

“The essays in this significant, well-researched volume make a valuable contribution to our understanding of the complex relations between Radical Holiness and Pentecostalism from both historical and theological perspectives. They cover a well-selected range of individuals, institutions, and ideas; they address key themes, such as gender, ethnicity, technologies, and mobilities; and they are dependably attentive to social, cultural, and economic contexts. Those working in this field will be grateful for such an authoritative collection.”

 

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Since the 1830s, Holiness and Pentecostal movements have had a significant influence on many Christian churches, and they have been a central force in producing what is known today as World Christianity. This book demonstrates the advantages of analyzing them in relation to one another.

The Salvation Army, the Church of the Nazarene, the Wesleyan Church, and the Free Methodist Church identify strongly with the Holiness Movement. The Assemblies of God and the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World identify just as strongly with the Pentecostal Movement. Complicating matters, denominations such as the Church of God (Cleveland), the International Holiness Pentecostal Church, and the Church of God in Christ have harmonized Holiness and Pentecostalism. This book, the first in the new series Studies in the Holiness and Pentecostal Movements, examines these complex relationships in a multidisciplinary fashion. Building on previous scholarship, the contributors provide new ways of understanding the relationships, influences, and circulation of ideas among these movements in the United States, the United Kingdom, India, and Southeast and East Asia.

In addition to the editors, the contributors are Kimberly Ervin Alexander, Insik Choi, Robert A. Danielson, Chris E. W. Green, Henry H. Knight III, Frank D. Macchia, Luther Oconer, Cheryl J. Sanders, and Daniel Woods.

“The essays in this significant, well-researched volume make a valuable contribution to our understanding of the complex relations between Radical Holiness and Pentecostalism from both historical and theological perspectives. They cover a well-selected range of individuals, institutions, and ideas; they address key themes, such as gender, ethnicity, technologies, and mobilities; and they are dependably attentive to social, cultural, and economic contexts. Those working in this field will be grateful for such an authoritative collection.”
“The essays within this collection are thematically connected, insightfully written, and contextually responsible. By utilizing various methodologies, new perspectives are brought forth on current and past social issues, and through reconfiguring the interlocutors, new light is shed on standing themes of interest. This interdisciplinary volume signals the importance of this new series, highly recommended for scholars and students.”

David Bundy is Associate Director of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre. He is the author of Keswick: A Bibliographic Introduction to the Higher Life Movements and Visions of Apostolic Mission: Scandinavian Pentecostal Mission to 1935.

Geordan Hammond is Senior Lecturer in Church History and Wesley Studies at Nazarene Theological College, Manchester, and Director of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre. He is the author of John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity and coeditor of the journal Wesley and Methodist Studies.

David Sang-Ehil Han is Dean of the Faculty/Vice President for Academics and Professor of Theology and Pentecostal Spirituality at Pentecostal Theological Seminary. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre and Publisher of Aldersgate Press.

List of Illustrations

Introduction: Intertwined History, Theology, and Scholarship

David Bundy, Geordan Hammond, and David Sang-Ehil Han

At the Beginning

1. The Preachers and Their Students: God’s Bible School as a Seedbed of Radical Holiness and Pentecostal Leaders, 1982-1910

David Bundy

2. Pandita Ramabai, the Holiness Movement, and the Mukti Revival of 1905

Robert A. Danielson

3. Alexander A. Boddy, the Pentecostal League of Prayer, and the Wesleyan Roots of British Pentecostalism

Kimberley Ervin Alexander

4. A World Tour of Evangelism: Henry Clay Morrison’s Radical Holiness meets “Global Holiness,” 1909-10

Luther Oconer

Unity and Diversity

5. “Spiritual Railroading”: Trains as Metaphor and Reality in the Holiness and Pentecostal Movements, ca. 1880—ca. 1920

Daniel Woods

6. Black Radical Holy Women at the Intersection of Christian Unity and Social Justice

Cheryl J. Sanders

7. Pneumatology as a Basis for Ecumenical Dialogue Between the Korean Methodist, Holiness, and Pentecostal Traditions

Insik Choi

Theological Engagement

8. Baptized in the Spirit and Fire: The Relevance of Spirit Baptism for a Holiness and Pentecostal View of the Atonement

Frank D. Macchia

9. The Presence of the Kingdom: Optimism of Grace in the Holiness and Pentecostal Movements

Henry H. Knight III

10. Fulfilling the Full Gospel: The Promise of the Theology of the Cleveland School

Chris E. W. Green

List of Contributors

Index

Download a PDF sample chapter here: Introduction