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Did the Modern signs and Wonders Movement spring from cal/Arm theology?

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by DaChaser1, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. DaChaser1

    DaChaser1 New Member

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    Would there be a majority who hold to that in either camps?
     
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    Double WHAT? :confused::confused:
     
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    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.
     
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    I would say the "modern" day signs movement began with the Azusa Street Revival in 1906.

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    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?)
     
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    Signs and wonders advocates Pat Robertson and Wayne Grudem were both mentored by Harald Bredesen at First Reformed Church of Mt. Vernon N.Y.
     
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    based upon Holiness movements, with second act of Westlyn grace sprinkled in?
     
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    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?
     
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    If you had the gift of interpreting tongues you would have understood the question- :laugh:
     
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