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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by DaChaser1, Jan 24, 2012.
Would there be a majority who hold to that in either camps?
Charismatics/Pentacolstals are Arminian by a vast margin. It's tracable back to Wesley's idea of a second work of grace or an experience of sanctification after salvation.
I would say the "modern" day signs movement began with the Azusa Street Revival in 1906.
Well, you're right if we're talking about where the modern movement began, but if it's "where did it spring from", I believe if you keep digging you'll find Wesley at the seed/root level, and revivalism (Finney) as the fertilizer. (Nice analogy, eh?)
Signs and wonders advocates Pat Robertson and Wayne Grudem were both mentored by Harald Bredesen at First Reformed Church of Mt. Vernon N.Y.
based upon Holiness movements, with second act of Westlyn grace sprinkled in?
They would thus be "5 pointers" right?
that woukld make odd bedfellows here, as movement as deistinct arminian theologies blended in , yet reformed folks also involved?
If you had the gift of interpreting tongues you would have understood the question- :laugh: