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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

Assemblies of God

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A religious organization incorporated in Arkansas and in Missouri in 1914. An individual and evangelistic type of mission began in a number of churches, missions, and assemblics after the great revival in 1907. In 1914 a meeting was called and a group banded together under the name Assemblies of God. Basing their teaching on the Arminian doctrine, they emphasize the inspiration of the Scriptures. Although loyal to the government of the United States, they claim that, as followers of the Prince of Peace, they cannot take part in war. They are governed by a combination of the Congregational and Presbyterian systems. They have two periodicals. In 1925 there were in the United States: 1155 ministers; 900 churches; and 50,386 communicants.

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Entry for 'Assemblies of God'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. 1910.

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