Pacifism and nonviolence in early Pentecostalism:

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Pacifism and nonviolence was a vital to conviction to early Pentecostalism:

“From the very beginning the [Pentecostal] movement has been characterized by Quaker principles. The laws of the Kingdom, laid down by our elder brother, Jesus Christ, in the Sermon on the Mount, have been unqualifiedly adopted, consequently the movement has found itself opposed to the spilling of the blood of any man.” —The Pentecostal Evangel (1917)

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