Published November 1991
by Element Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Narrative Lectionary: Pentecost, Acts , Galatians (and/or Fruits of the Spirit, Galatians ; Luke ) On the day of Pentecost, the spring harvest festival of the Jews, Jewish people from all over the known world (the Mediterranean) lived in Jerusalem and came together to celebrate, when suddenly the Holy Spirit came upon. The Israelites came to Sinai in the third month. Exodus 19 This would have put them close to the end of the counting of the omer which begins with First Fruits and ends on ost is the Greek term meaning fiftieth because it is celebrated fifty days after First Fruits. Genesis is sort of the antithesis to the Acts 2 story often read on Pentecost: the Tower of Babel. The people go from having one language and build up a tower to make a name for themselves; in the Acts passage, the Holy Spirit comes from heaven upon them, and they are able to speak and to understand one another in different languages. In this second of three volumes from the Pentecost to Present series, Jeff Oliver continues to examine the historical record of spiritual gifts and supernatural signs during the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and the Modern Age, in a climate of intellectual revolution. From Pentecost to the Present, Book 2: Reformations and Awakenings-The 5/5(1).