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  • n. Plural form of Pentecostal.

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Examples

  • One of the great pillars of the Pentecostals is opening up their doors, hearts and minds to the community.

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  • The Civic Center Plaza on Friday evening and all day Saturday was filled by a revival meeting for Latin American Pentecostals listening to music and tales of salvation and damnation in Spanish...

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  • The Pentecostals were the first church to integrate their services where whites and blacks sat in the same pews.

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  • For one, according to various data, there are between 20 million and 30 million Christians in the United States who can be classified as Pentecostals, spread across numerous denominations.

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  • Now, I’m a Baptist and tend to think that the Pentecostals are a bit kooky, but I’d like to see these scary and horrible goings on from Palin’s church contrasted with MR. U-S- of KKK -A.

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  • Despite the sensationalism in the ABC article, the Assemblies are actually considered pretty mild and tame for "Pentecostals"

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  • Despite the sensationalism in the ABC article, the Assemblies are actually considered pretty mild and tame for "Pentecostals" and I wouldn't have the slightest trepidation of putting someone with that belief system in a position of authority.

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  • The first example of this is in the Book of Acts 2: 1-4 on the day of Pentecost (thus the Assemblies of God are "Pentecostals").

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  • This classification is straightforward enough for groups like Baptists or Pentecostals or even Missouri Synod Lutherans an evangelical branch of the mostly mainline Lutheran family, but it is more difficult to place the rapidly growing number of nondenominational churches that call themselves simply “Christian” or “evangelical.”

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  • Multiply the same phenomenon across Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists, Pentecostals, Jews, and so on and you begin to see the complexity of trying to discuss each denomination separately.

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