A modern 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 movement named after the day of Comes from the Greek word for “fifty,” and refers to the Jewish harvest festival also called the “feast of weeks,” because it was held seven w... more when there was an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Its distinctive characteristics involve extensive influence of the Holy Spirit including the speaking in tongues (Term from the Greek phrase meaning “speaking in tongues,” and is used to describe “the phenomenon of believers uttering sounds during ecstatic w... more) which acts as evidence of From a Greek word meaning “to immerse;” and is an initiatory ritual washing whereby one becomes a member of the Christian community. It involves v... more of the Holy Spirit. It began at the Azusa Street revival in Los Angeles in 1906.