What is a Pentecostal Holiness church? How does it differ from other Christian denominations?
What I know is that they perform speaking in tongue and of course the 10% tithes.
Pentecostal churches tend to be more exuberant and vocal about their faith and in their worship services.
Pentecostal Holiness believe that you can lose your salvation by sinning. They believe that the baptism of the Holy Ghost comes with speaking in toungs and that it takes place after salvation as some kind of second blessing. They believe all of the sign gifs are still in opperation today. I could go on but I will stop here. These ar the main staples of there beliefs.
...a church where they believe in a living apostle, which was also happened during the day of pentecost.. they always emphasize that an apostle die the same with the first twelve (12) and after... but the office of apostleship remains as what the faith of Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ(4th Watch)
You might find more prominent answers at these sights:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internatio … ess_Church
Some, but not all Pentecostal churches have a tendency to lean toward a works or rigid disciplines, such as dress codes, hair, make-up, TV, movies, etc., and that these disciplines if not followed could prevent you from a full salvation.
Do some digging and don't get caught up with another's view or judgement of the matter. L.
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