Übersetzung für 'Azusa Street revival' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Azusa Street revival
Azusa Street Erweckung {f}
revivalErholung {f}
revivalWiederaufblühen {n}
Revival {n}
revivalWiedererwachen {n}
revivalWiederbelebung {f}
Erweckung {f}
Wiederaufnahme {f}
revivalBelebung {f}
revivalNeubelebung {f}
revivalAufschwung {m}
business revival
Konjunkturbelebung {f}
sales revivalVerkaufsbelebung {f}
revival movement
Erneuerungs­bewegung {f}
Gothic Revival
Neogotik {f}
revival meeting
Erweckungs­treffen {n}
revival movement
Erweckungs­bewegung {f}
brand revival
Markenwiederbelebung {f}
lay revival
Laienerweckung {f}
Domestic Revival
Heimatstil {m}
Gothic Revival
Neugotik {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Barratt was leading a religious revival modelled on the events of the Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles.
  • From the time of the Azusa Street revival and among early participants in the Pentecostal movement, there were many accounts of individuals hearing their own languages spoken 'in tongues'.
  • Historical revival movements such as the Azusa Street Revival and the Toronto Blessing have provided evidence that the church can have a greatly positive impact on society as a whole, not just from a religious perspective, but also in areas of compassion for the poor and accepting people of all races and beliefs.
  • In Houston, a black man named William Seymour heard the message and would take this teaching to Los Angeles where he would start the Azusa Street Revival.
  • Even so, after the dawn of the Azusa Street Revival and the rise of Pentecostalism in 1906, many African-American Christians began to incorporate more modern Charismatic Christian practices into their worship, including speaking in tongues and various other bodily anomalies said to be caused by the Holy Spirit.

  • Crawford was a participant in the Azusa Street Revival.
  • Pentecostal missionaries from the Azusa Street Revival were the first to arrive in Hong Kong as early as October 1907.
  • In 1907, there was a separation with Charles Mason and other ministers who returned from the Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles led by William Joseph Seymour over the biblical interpretation of speaking in tongues as an evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit.
  • This event predated the 1906 Azusa Street Revival by nearly a decade, although the Azusa Street Revival is generally held to be the event that started the Pentecostal Movement in the United States.
  • This phrase is used a total of 31 times in the Bible and it became popular again in modern history around the time of the Azusa Street Revival, when attendees claimed miraculous and supernatural events had happened.

  • In 1900, when the Zionist movement was seeking a homeland for the Jewish people in Palestine, it coincided with "a restoration of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit" at the Azusa Street Revival in 1906.
  • William Joseph Seymour (May 2, 1870 – September 28, 1922) was an African-American holiness preacher who initiated the Azusa Street Revival, an influential event in the rise of the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements.
  • Parham and the subsequent ministry of William Joseph Seymour and the Azusa Street Revival.
  • In 2001, the conference in Los Angeles, California, was convened in celebration of the Azusa Street Revival.
  • As "The Apostolic Faith" and many secular reports advertised the events of the Azusa Street Revival internationally, thousands of individuals visited the mission in order to witness it firsthand.

  • The first Pentecostal missionaries arrived in China shortly after the Azusa Street Revival as part of groups such as the Christian and Missionary Alliance, the China Inland Mission, the Pentecostal Missionary Union, and the Assemblies of God.
  • William Seymour, founder of the Azusa Street revival, included a catechism in the Doctrines and Disciplines of the Azusa Street Apostolic Faith Mission.
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