Early Pentecostalism in New Zealand is riddled with stories of fragmentation as a new movement, born out of renewal, struggled to discern an appropriate form of church government. Most popular are those highlighting the autocratic leadership of Pentecostal leader, Henry Roberts, and dissatisfaction with the form of church government the movement first chose. This seminar revisits the beginnings of Pentecostalism in New Zealand and highlights how revisiting the data surrounding a historical myth can significantly modify the prevailing historic narrative.
National Internship Coordinator, School of Theology
|Where||Henderson Campus and via Starleaf|
|When||12:30pm - 1:25pm|
|Cost||FREE & open to the public|
|RSVP||For a link to Starleaf please email [email protected]|