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Transcript of 美洲教會歷史
First Great Awakening
Second Great Awakening
Religious Society of Friends
Charles Grandison Finney
(August 29, 1792 – August 16, 1875)
1809 – April 15, 1865
Baptism with the Holy Spirit
Churches of Christ
Christian churches and churches of Christ
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Alexander Campbell： "A Restoration of the Ancient Order of Things"
No Book but the Bible. No law but love. No creed but Christ.
Do Bible things in Bible ways; call Bible things by Bible names.
Where the Scripture speak we speak; where the Scripture are silent, we are silent.
In matters of faith, unity; in matters of opinion liberty; in all things, charity.
Truth first, union afterward; and union only in truth.
Back to Jesus, back to the Bible, back to Jerusalem.
**These sloga are not inspired, they are not to be thought of as Scripture. They are truths that help us remember our commitment to be Christians only as were those saints in the first Christian century.
If you would allow me a second to deal with some in-house issues here
Hey Pastor you know it's hard for me when you quote Puritans
Oh, the precious Puritans
Have you not noticed our facial expressions?
One of bewilderment, and heartbreak, like "Not you too, Pastor"
You know they were chaplains on slave ships, right?
Would you quote Columbus to Cherokees?
Would you quote Cortez to Aztecs, even if they theology was good?
It just sings a blind privilege, wouldn't you agree?
Your precious Puritans
They looked my onyx and bronze skinned forefathers in they face
Their polytheistic, God-hating face
Their shackled, diseased, imprisoned, face
And taught a Gospel that said that God had multiple images in mind when He created us in it
Therefore destined salvation contains a contentment
In the stage for which they were given
Which is to be owned by your forefather's superior, image bearing face
Says your precious Puritans
And my anger towards this teaching screams of an immature doctrine
And a misunderstanding of the Gospel
I should be content in this stage, right?
Isn't that what Paul taught, according to your precious Puritans?
Oh you get it, but you don't get it
Oh that we can go back to an America that once were
Founded on Christian values
They don't build preachers like they used to
Oh the richness of their revelation
It must be nice to not have to consider race
It must be nice to have time to contemplate the stars
Pastor, your color-less rhetoric is a cop out
You see my skin, and I see yours
And they are beautiful, fearfully and wonderfully, divinely designed
Shouldn't we celebrate that rather than act like it ain't there?
I get it
Your Puritans got it, but
How come the things the Holy Spirit showed them
In the Valley of Vision
Didn't compel them to knock on they neighbor's door
And say "you can't own people!"
Your precious puritans were not perfect
You romanticize them as if they were inerrant
As if the skeletons in they closet was pardoned due to they hard work and tobacco growth
As if abolitionists were not racists and just pro-union
As if God only spoke to white boys with epic beards
You know Jesus didn't really look like them paintings
That was just Michaelangelo's boyfriend
Your precious Puritans
Oh they got it but they don't get it
There's not one generation of believers that has figured out the marriage between proper doctrine and action
Don't pedestal these people
Your precious Puritan's partners purchased people
Why would you quote them?
Think of the congregation that quotes you
Are you inerrant?
Trust me, I know the feeling
Same feeling I get when people quote me like if they only knew
See I get it, but I don't get it, huh
Ask my wife
And it bothers me when you quote Puritans, if I'm honest
For the same reason it bothers me when people quote me
They precious Propaganda
So I guess it's true that
God really does use crooked sticks to make straight lines
Just like your precious Puritans
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Charles G. Finney, Lectures on Revivals of Religion (1835)
1834 – 1892
Albert Benjamin Simpson
4th July 1776
American War of Independence
1759 – 1833
Azusa Street Revival
William J. Seymour
Charles Fox Parham
1843 – 1919
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Joseph Smith Jr.
Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA)