Question: What makes a Pentecostal a Pentecostal?

Pentecostalism or classical Pentecostalism is a Protestant Christian movement that emphasises direct personal experience of God through baptism with the Holy Spirit. It is distinguished by belief in the baptism in the Holy Spirit that enables a Christian to live a Spirit-filled and empowered life.

What is the difference between Pentecost and Pentecostal?

* 2006: Alister E McGrath, Christianity: An Introduction - The specific event which is commemorated at Pentecost is the coming of the Holy Spirit, which is described in the Acts of the Apostles. Pentecostal manifestation, such as in a church service.

What denominations are considered Pentecostal?

Pages in category Pentecostal denominationsApostolic Church (denomination)Apostolic Church of Pentecost.Apostolic Faith Church.Apostolic Faith Mission Church of God.Assemblies of God.

Can a Pentecostal marry a non Pentecostal?

Can Pentecostals marry non Pentecostals? Yes. Two Christians can marry each other, and assuming both are baptized, it is a sacrament.

Do Pentecostals believe remarriage?

The Assemblies of God (AG) maintain that marriage is a lifelong covenant between a man and a woman. The AG recognizes divorce and remarriage under circumstances such as infidelity or abandonment, but maintains that lifelong marriage to one spouse is the ideal.

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