Oneness Pentecostalism: Community Chapel and Bible Training Center, William M. Branham, Gateway College of Evangelism, Jesus' Name doctrine

 
9781157121978: Oneness Pentecostalism: Community Chapel and Bible Training Center, William M. Branham, Gateway College of Evangelism, Jesus' Name doctrine
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Community Chapel and Bible Training Center, William M. Branham, Gateway College of Evangelism, Jesus' Name doctrine, Urshan Graduate School of Theology, Gay Apostolic Pentecostals, Garfield Thomas Haywood, Apostolic Messianic movement, Noel Jones, Independent Assemblies of God, International, Nona Freeman, Apostolic Gospel Church of Jesus Christ, Jesus Miracle Crusade. Excerpt: Community Chapel and Bible Training Center was a controversial independent church created in 1967 and pastored by Donald Lee Barnett in which he taught his version of Oneness Pentecostalism. The church eventually grew to a membership of over 3,000 before splitting and losing significant numbers in 1988 because of numerous lawsuits brought against Barnett and others in the church leadership for sexual improprieties. Community Chapel became famous for a practice its leaders advocated known as "spiritual connections." This practice involved seeking intense emotional experiences of love with another person, usually not one's spouse, while dancing together in worship. It was taught at the Chapel that through this experience, Jesus, specially known to the participants as "the glorified Son of Man" because of the teaching of Barnett, was connecting the members of his church together in love as he had always meant them to be. Community Chapel originated in a home Bible study led by Barnett. According to her book The Truth Shall Set You Free, Barnett's wife Barbara worked as a representative of Burien Welcome Wagon, a committee for welcoming new members to the community, in the 1960s. In the course of this work, she met Keith and Joanne Gunn, recent arrivals from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and, though they were Lutheran, Mrs. Barnett invited them to a Pentecostal meeting at the church she and her husband attended. Keith Gunn became interested in the P...

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