Wild and Weird: William J Seymour, Azusa Street and Early Pentecostalism

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Wild and Weird: William J Seymour, Azusa Street and Early Pentecostalism as Reported by the Los Angeles Secular Newspapers
Wild and Weird is a collection of articles from many Los Angeles newspapers. The book contains more than 100 articles describing the early Pentecostal revival in Los Angeles. Practically every article dealing with Azusa Street and early Pentecostal movement from 1906-1909 are included. Articles deal with William Seymour, Charles Parham, Joseph Samle and many other early Pentecostal leaders. The book contains many illustrations, some from the period newspapers and others that Martin has collected over the years. Wild and Weird is Volume 9 in the Complete Azusa Street Library. This is the first book of its kind ever published. It gives the reader a different perspective of the revival in Los Angeles. Article titles include Religious Fanaticism Creates Wild Scenes, How Holy Roller Gets Religion, Negroes at Revival Talk in Strange Tongues, Holy Rollers Rave in Orgy and dozens more.


William DeArteaga [10/20/2015 8:22 AM]
Thanks for posting this

John Kissinger [10/20/2015 8:26 AM]
The whole series seems to be interesting. Have you read them some are as recent as 2013 http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=dp_byline_sr_book_1?ie=UTF8&text=Larry+E.+Martin&search-alias=books&field-author=Larry+E.+Martin&sort=relevancerank

Charles Page [10/20/2015 10:44 AM]
seems most are CoGIC author, Larry Martin

Charles Page [10/20/2015 10:52 AM]
well, not certain he is CoGIC

John Kissinger [10/20/2015 11:07 AM]
more like editor – doubt Los Angeles Secular Newspapers authors were CoGiC as the denomination did not exist back then

Charles Page [10/20/2015 11:38 AM]
right, editor


  • Charlie Robin
    Reply October 17, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    Has anyone read this whole new series? Charles Page William DeArteaga

  • Dan Irving
    Reply August 13, 2017

    Dan Irving

    Troy Day That is a good description on what is happening TODAY.

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