(A.D. 1875) The Keswick movement begins in a meeting of Presbyterians and Anglicans in Keswick, England. The movement developed out of the non-Methodist (non-perfectionist) arm of the Was a Wesleyan movement founded in the 1830s in America by Methodist teacher Phoebe Palmer that advocated immediate perfection was obtainable through ... more and took hold in America. It emphasized yielding to the Holy Spirit and being endowed with spiritual power. This theology later greatly influenced the Fundamentalist and Comes from the Greek term, evangelion, and means good news or the Gospel. This term was use in the 16th century to refer to Protestants and is still u... more movements. It obtained its name from the annual meetings that were held in Keswick, England, where the movement began.