I stand by Charles Fox Parham

Posted by Peter A Vandever in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

I am sure many will not like it but I will stand by what I said about Fox Parham. We need to quit “cleaning up” Church history and tell it like it is.

In 1901, Seymour moved to Cincinnati, where his views on holiness and racial integration were shaped by a Bible school he attended. During this time, he contracted smallpox and subsequently went blind in his left eye. After overcoming the smallpox Seymour was ordained by the Evening Light Saints – we know he had a public ministry before TX

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I stand by Charles Fox Parham

Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

I am sure many will not like it but I will stand by what I said about Fox Parham. We need to quit “cleaning up” Church history and tell it like it is.

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In 1901, Seymour moved to Cincinnati, where his views on holiness and racial integration were shaped by a Bible school he attended. During this time, he contracted smallpox and subsequently went blind in his left eye. After overcoming the smallpox Seymour was ordained by the Evening Light Saints – we know he had a public ministry before TX

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