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This booklet, The Call to the Dust & Ashes, contains reflections and statements from the First Southern Bible Conference of the Pentecostal Assemblies of The World, held in Little Rock, Arkansas November 3-10th, 1922. The Conference was put on by some of the white PAW ministers in the South, including William Booth-Clibborn, C. C. O Opperman and other ministers from Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. But the meeting was controversial because black PAW ministers because they could not attend due to segregation in the South. Nevertheless, this booklet is an important artifact of Oneness Pentecostalism.

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William Booth-Clibborn


St. Paul


Oneness Pentecostalism, African American, Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, William Booth-Clibborn, D. C. O. Opperman


Christian Denominations and Sects | History of Christianity | Missions and World Christianity | Other American Studies

A Call to the Dust & Ashes



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