The original Pentecostal movement with Parham and Seymour followed Wesleyan sanctification, believing a person had to be sanctified before receiving the baptism in the Spirit with tongues. Durham was a Baptist Keswick finished work Pentecostal who believed no sanctifying experience was necessary. Seymour and Durham clashed, and Seymour locked Durham out of his church prophesying that Durham would die within a year if his doctrine was false. Durham died within a year, but Durham’s view won the day in some circles, and Keswick finished work teaching was the basis for the formation of the Assemblies of God (even though they ultimately became Arminian in belief) and the Foursquare and Open Bible Churches. Other Pentecostal groups maintained the Wesleyan view of a crisis of sanctification first before the baptism in the Spirit with tongues (Pentecostal Holiness, Pentecostal Church of God, Church of God in Christ, etc.). My background (the Christian and Missionary Alliance) views the baptism/filling of the Spirit as a crisis sanctifying experience, but not Wesleyan eradication or Keswick suppression/counteraction.