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Feminist Pillar of Fire

the life of Alma White

by Susie Cunningham Stanley

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Published by Pilgrim Press in Cleveland, Ohio .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • White, Alma, b. 1862.,
    • Pillar of Fire (Religious sect) -- History.,
    • Women evangelists -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Feminism -- Religious aspects -- Pillar of Fire (Religious sect) -- History of doctrines.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 147-158) and index.

      StatementSusie Cunningham Stanley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX8795.P5 S734 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 162 p., [14] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages162
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1737841M
      ISBN 100829809503
      LC Control Number92043013

      Jun 9, - These books provide information about various aspects of the history of the Wesleyan Holiness Movement, particularly in its North American context. See more ideas about Books 57 pins. The Pillar of Fire name comes from Book of Exodus, –22, which states: "By day the Lord went ahead of them in a pillar of cloud to guide them on their way and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light, so that they could travel by day or night. Neither the pillar of cloud by day nor the pillar of fire by night left its place in.

        "In the Name of God; An American Story of Feminism, Racisim and Religious Intolerance: The Story of Alma Bridwell White," Kristin Kandt writes that the Pillar of Fire "was the only religious group.   Today let’s focus on a Bible miracle from the book of Exodus: The Pillar of Cloud by Day and Pillar of Fire by night. (Exodus , 22; ) When God’s People (the Jews) left Egypt, they didn’t know where they were going, didn’t have any weapons and had little provisions to feed 2 .

      Klansmen: Guardians of Liberty was a book published by the Pillar of Fire Church in by Bishop Alma Bridwell White and illustrated by Reverend Branford Clarke. She claims that the founding fathers of the United States were Klan members and Paul Revere made his ride in Klan hood and robes. She said: "Jews are everywhere a separate and distinct people, living apart from the great Gentile.   Touching on American religious history and sociology of Christianity, feminism and racism, worth a look is this article by Sharon Otterman in the NYT Metropolitan section (Sunday). It's about Zaraphath Christian Church, described as the flagship congregation of the Pillar of Fire, a Methodist offshoot founded in by Alma Bridwell White. The article describes.


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When women were mostly consigned to the roles of wife and mother--and bitterly opposed as preachers--Alma White developed into a fierce and successful religious leader. A founder of the Pentecostal. Feminist Pillar of Fire: The Life of Alma White Paperback – March 1, by Susie C.

Stanley (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $/5(1). Stanley gives an overview of Alma's life, from childhood through her years of tent evangelism to her founding of the Pentecostal Union and the The Pillar of Fire--an intriguing life in which she.

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During this time, the Pillar of Fire Church published The Good Citizen, a monthly 16 page political magazine and three books, The Ku Klux Klan in Prophecy, Klansmen: Guardians of Liberty, and Heroes of the Fiery Cross, all of which heavily promoted the Klan and its agenda from until Ideologically, in these publications, the Pillar of.

During this time, the Pillar of Fire Church published The Good Citizen, a monthly 16 page political magazine and three books, The Ku Klux Klan In Prophecy, Klansmen: Guardians of Liberty, and Heroes of the Fiery Cross, all of which heavily promoted the Klan and its agenda in the s.

Excerpt from The Silver Trumpet: Hymnal of the Church of the Pillar of Fire The growth Of our organization has demanded something in the nature Of a combined song book and hymnal, which would be suitable for the regular church service, the Sunday-school, the prayer meeting, and the revival, and such we believe this book to be.

Alma Bridwell White (J – J ) was the founder and a bishop of the Pillar of Fire Church. Inshe became the first woman to become a bishop in the United States.

She was a proponent of feminism; however, she also associated herself with the Ku Klux Klan and was involved in anti-Catholicism, antisemitism, anti-Pentecostalism, racism, and hostility to immigrants. Don't let the word "feminist" deter you—these books are required reading for anybody who believes in equality, freedom, and women's rights.

Here, we rounded up the best feminist books. Feminist Pillar of Fire: The Life of Alma White by Susie Cunningham Stanley, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® "Feminist," with its modern interpretation, might not be the word Alma White would have chosen, but there is no doubt that this strong and Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Susie Cunningham Stanley.

The Pillar of Fire International is a Denver, Colorado, in by Alma White with headquarters in Zarephath, New Jersey. The Pillar of Fire was originally incorporated as the Pentecostal Union, but changed its name to distance itself from Pentecostalism in While the Pillar of Fire is Methodist in doctrine, Alma White and her followers believed that the Methodist Church had become corrupt.

Download Pillar Of Fire Praises full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Pillar Of Fire Praises full free pdf books. In her book Right-Wing Women, radical feminist author Andrea Dworkin tried to answer it.

She described three types of antifeminism. She described three types of antifeminism. “Man dominant” was the crudest form, resting on the principle that men should subjugate women because male dominance is natural, necessary, and rooted in love.

A flying buttress of a book, continuing the hefty Kingsbridge saga historical novelist Follett began with Pillars of the Earth () and World Without End (). It’s not that Follett’s been slacking between books: he’s been working away at the Century Trilogy, set centuries later, and otherwise building on the legacy of high-minded potboilers he began with Eye of the Needle ().

Pillar of Fire became the first religious group and one of the first organizations to endorse the Equal Rights Amendment when it was introduced by the National Woman’s Party in Alma White established the magazine Woman’s Chains in as a forum for her feminist message. Pillar of Fire gained considerable fame in the first decades of the 20th century, in part because of the oddity of a woman running a religious sect years before women had the right to vote.

In this stirring follow-up to his Pulitzer Prizewinning Parting the Waters (), Branch recalls the terror, dissension, and courage of the civil-rights movement at its zenith: the mid- s agitation leading to landmark integration and voting-rights legislation.

With deft narrative skill, Branch shows how the lives of individuals and the nation as a whole were transformed in such diverse. As evangelist, minister, and bishop, she founded the Pillar of Fire “holiness” congregations, gained national fame through multitudinous lectures, and wrote 35 religious books and some hymns.

Her Pillar of Fire religious movement ultimately established 52 churches, not counting a few abroad, 7 divinity schools, 2 radio stations, Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Truth: The Catholic Church and God's Plan for You. by Catholic Answers | Jan 1, out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ 2.

$ shipping. More Buying Choices $ (58 used & new offers) A Pillar of Fire by Night (Carerra Series Book 7) by Tom Kratman | Nov 6, out of 5 stars Kindle $ $ 6. White wrote more than 35 books and was the founder of the Pillar of Fire Church.

She herself could not be a member of the Klan because she was a woman. This book primarily espouses White's deep fear and hatred of the Roman Catholic Church while also promoting racism against African Americans, antisemitism, white supremacy, and women's equality.The fascinating Autobiography of the black holiness evangelist Amanda Berry Smith (Oxford University Press, ) is well worth the read.

A later, more radical holiness woman gets a thorough and affectionate treatment in Susie Cunningham Stanley, Feminist Pillar of Fire: The Life of Alma White (Pilgrim Press, ).And the whole of chapter 7 is devoted to teaching about the Shekinah, a grammatically feminine term referring to God’s glorious presence, as manifest in the tabernacle (and temple later on), and as the pillar of fire by night and pillar of cloud by day that guided the Israelites out of slavery.