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Touched by the Wind: The Charismatic Movement in the Episcopal Church

11 Michael Harper, “Renewal for Mission: An Anglican Perspective,” International Review of Mission, LXXV (April, 1986), p. 129.

12 History of Episcopal Renewal Ministries, (n.p. n.d), p. 1.

13 D. H. Battley, p. 2.

14 H. I. Lederle, Treasures Old and New: Interpretations of ‘Spirit-Baptism’ in the Charismatic Renewal Movement (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., 1988), pp. 73-75.

15 Richard P. Cimmino, “‘Restoration’ Teachings Divide Charismatics,” Christian Century (December 7, 1988), p. 1117.

16 H. I. Lederle, pp. 104; 136-138.

17 D. William Faupel, The Everlasting Gospel: The Significance of Eschatology in the Development of Pentecostal Thought (Sheffield, ENG: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996), pp. 61-62.

18 Perry Miller, The Life of the Mind in America: From the Revolution to the Civil War (New York, NY: Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc., 1965), p. 91.

19 William Arthur, The Tongue of Fire: or the True Power of Christianity (New York, NY: Harper Publishing Company, 1856.

20 William E. Boardman, The Higher Christian Life (London, ENG: James Nisbet and Company, 1858).

21 D. William Faupel, p. 71.

22 Perry Miller, p. 94 citing Jessie T. Peck, The History of the Great Republic: Considered from a Christian Standpoint (New York, NY: W. C. Palmer, Jr., 1868).

23 D. William Faupel, pp. 78-79.

24 The best studies of this period of the holiness revival are: Charles E. Jones, Perfectionist Persuasion: The Holiness Movement and American Methodism, 1867-1936 (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1974); and Melvin E. Dieter, The Holiness Revival of the Nineteenth Century (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1980).

25 Richard P. Cimmino, p. 1117.

This article is a revision of “The Renewal Movement: An Analytical Perspective” which appeared in the “Charismatic Revival” (Spring 1990) issue of Mission & Ministry, the magazine of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, 311 Eleventh Street, Ambridge, PA 15003. The editor, David Mills, can be contacted at DavidMills@tesm.edu. Used with permission.

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About the Author: D. William Faupel, Ph.D., serves as Professor of the History of Christianity and Director of the Library at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. His graduate education includes degrees in theology, library science and the history of Christian thought from Asbury Theological Seminary, and the University of Kentucky in Kentucky and the University of Birmingham in England. Dr. Faupel, ordained in the Episcopal Church, has served as pastor, education and editor and writer. He is the author of The Everlasting Gospel: The Significance of Eschatology in the Development of Pentecostal Thought (Deo Press, 2008).

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