September 18, 2008

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» Web-Exclusive Interview with Arlene Sanchez Walsh

Listen to Krista's conversation with Arlene Sanchez Walsh. She tells her personal story about her conversion from Catholicism to Pentecostalism, voices her critiques of the movement's current incarnations, and describes the powerful impact the movement is having on Latinos on the continent during these times.

» Robeck on Growing Up Pentecostal

Mel Robeck is the son of two Pentecostal pastors. He describes their travels and what it was like growing up with them in California and Las Vegas.

» Robeck on Los Angeles and Pentecostalism

Robeck says that the growth of the Pentecostal movement was reflected in the boomtown growth of Los Angeles.

» Robeck on Acts, Chapter 2

The second chapter of the book of Acts in the Bible is central to the Pentecostal belief system. Mel Robeck tells the story.

» The Roots of Pentecostalism

Mel Robeck traces the religious genealogy of the Pentecostal movement and the historical precedents of speaking in tongues.

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is a professor of Church History and Ecumenics at Fuller Theological Seminary and a historian of Pentecostal tradition. He is the author of The Azusa Street Mission & Revival: The Birth of the Global Pentecostal Movement.

is chair of the Haggard School of Theology at Azusa Pacific University and author of Latino Pentecostal Identity: Evangelical Faith, Society, and Self.