Pentecost for England - Alexander Boddy - ebook

Pentecost for England - Alexander Boddy - ebook

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Alexander Alfred Boddy (1854-1930) was an Anglican vicar and is known as the 'father of Pentecostalism' in Great Britain

After a religious holiness experience at the Keswick Convention in 1892 he became an Anglican vicar. After several appointments he became vicar at All Saints Church in Monkwearmouth, Sunderland.

In 1899 his wife Mary experienced a healing from asthma and they believed that she had a gift for healing through the laying-on of hands. In 1904 he visited Wales during the Welsh Revival and met Evan Roberts, and the following year he travelled to Oslo, where T B Barratt was leading a Pentecostal revival.

Boddy invited Barrett to his church, All Saints in Monkwearmouth, which became a centre for British Pentecostalism. From 1908 to 1914 Boddy hosted a series of Sunderland Conventions which were used to spread the Pentecostal message and impart the Baptism in the Holy Spirit.

This document was penned early in the revival and has sections on Speaking in Tongues, Physical Manifestations and The Baptism in the Holy Spirit.

Format: Digital facsimile, pdf, 16pp

Book Title Pentecost for England - Alexander Boddy - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
Alexander Alfred Boddy (1854-1930) was an Anglican vicar and is known as the 'father of Pentecostalism' in Great Britain

After a religious holiness experience at the Keswick Convention in 1892 he became an Anglican vicar. After several appointments he became vicar at All Saints Church in Monkwearmouth, Sunderland.

In 1899 his wife Mary experienced a healing from asthma and they believed that she had a gift for healing through the laying-on of hands. In 1904 he visited Wales during the Welsh Revival and met Evan Roberts, and the following year he travelled to Oslo, where T B Barratt was leading a Pentecostal revival.

Boddy invited Barrett to his church, All Saints in Monkwearmouth, which became a centre for British Pentecostalism. From 1908 to 1914 Boddy hosted a series of Sunderland Conventions which were used to spread the Pentecostal message and impart the Baptism in the Holy Spirit.

This document was penned early in the revival and has sections on Speaking in Tongues, Physical Manifestations and The Baptism in the Holy Spirit.

Format: Digital facsimile, pdf, 16pp

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