Skeptics and Scoffers is a collection of articles published in religious periodicals during 1906 and 1907. Every article refers directly or indirectly to the Azusa Street revival when the outpouring was at its height. Each author is critical of the Apostolic Faith Mission at 312 Azusa Street and its participants. Some attacks are doctrinal, others are quite personal. Some are absolutely ridiculous. The perspectives of many different denominations are included.
Much can be learned from these critical assessments of the early Pentecostal/Charismatic movement and the men and women who shaped the faith in its infancy.
The book has 306 pages with illustrations.
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