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FORGOTTEN ROOTS OF THE AZUSA STREET REVIVAL
Stanley H. Frodsham quotes Pastor Swan’s claim to having spoken in tongues in 1875. Swan speaks of great crowds drawn from five states and specifically mentions his wife — along with Amanda Doughty and an invalid hunchback who was instantly healed — among those who spoke in tongues during this time. Simmons said that Swan’s group adopted the name “The Latter Rain” after the advent of the Pentecostal movement. Their activities extended throughout New England states, especially Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Connecticut, with the 1910 Latter Rain Convention held October 14–16 in Quakertown, Connecticut. Frank Bartleman frequently referred to joint speaking engagements with Swan, specifically recounting a 1907 tour that included a convention in Providence, Rhode Island, where he spoke 18 times.
Norman Rice Jr. [09/10/2015 11:03 PM]
The “Latter rain” movement today is heretical!! Alot of hype, nonsense!!
John Kissinger [09/10/2015 11:04 PM]
There was no “Latter raqin”[sic] movement in 1910, but lots of early Pentecostals adopted the name for various reasons at that time.
Christopher Hart [09/11/2015 1:49 AM]
Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
John Kissinger [09/11/2015 11:13 PM]
here’s more http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/sanctification-in-the-assemblies-of-god/
John Kissinger [12/13/2015 5:23 AM]
Swan’s group adopted the name “The Latter Rain” after the advent of the Pentecostal movement. Peter A Vandever
Peter A Vandever [12/13/2015 8:31 AM]
Why is it you tagged me on anything sanctification?
John Kissinger [12/13/2015 8:32 AM]
“The Latter Rain” actually – a good new topic for your blog
Norman Rice Jr. [12/22/2015 10:05 PM]
Im talking about the movement today! Hey- by the way? Did you see my private message about a certain person in here who stirs up controversy?