Parham's 1907 Incident

Pentecostals like to forget how our earliest history had a connection to homosexuality.

"But before he died, his ministry converted over 2 million conversions. His crowds often exceeded 7,000, and it was Parham who popularized the message of Pentecost and prepared the way for all that happened at Azusa. The father was now to give way to the catalyst of Pentecost."

- The Azusa Street Revival: When the Fire Fell," by Roberts Liardon.

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