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Morris Kullman was a converted Jewish man who became a Pentecostal believer at at the Mission of Redeeming Love in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1914. The book gives insight into the Jewish nature of Gospel topics such as Sabbath, Passover, and the crucifixion of Jesus. 24 pages.
The book is part of the Holy Spirit Research Center collection.
Pentecostalism, Jewish roots, passover, Tulsa, Minnie Heiland
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Kullman, Morris, "Matthew 12:40" (1924). Books and Other Holy Spirit Artifacts. 7.
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