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|Description:||xii, 240 pages ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Variations of holiness radicalism in Progressive Era America --
Martin Wells Knapp and the origins of the radical Holiness Movement --
Marching to the Pearly White City : the birth of the Metropolitan Methodist Mission --
Pentecost comes to the White City : the Chicago revival and the General Holiness Assembly of 1901 --
The Pentecostal dancers invade Boston --
A standard for the people : the Burning Bush and the organization of mission in the MCA --
Forsaking all for Jesus : F.M. Messenger and Burning Bush communalism --
The MCA and the making of modern American religious culture --
The fire wanes and is rekindled : the Burning Bush movement, 1913-1931.
|Series Title:||Religion in America series (Oxford University Press)|
William Kostlevy, master encyclopedist and bibliographer of holiness currents, narrates the formation of the radical Holiness Movement in which Pentecostalism was conceived before its birth in the