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

Wild and Weird: William J Seymour, Azusa Street and Early…
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Wild and Weird: William J Seymour, Azusa Street and Early Pentecostalism as Reported by the Los Angeles Secular Newspapers
Charles Page may find this one interesting

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

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