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2000 Years Of Charismatic Christianity: A 21st century look at church history from a pentecostal/charismatic prospective Paperback – April 19, 2002
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Eddie Hyatt is the cofounder and president of Hyatt International Ministries, which includes Hyatt Press, The International Christian Women's History Project and The American Center for Revival & Reformation. Eddie holds a doctorate of ministry from Regent University and a master of divinity and master of arts from Oral Roberts University. Eddie and his wife, Dr. Susan Hyatt, reside in Dallas/Fort Worth where they carry out their ministry of preaching, teaching and writing.
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Hyatt has shown how the church remained charismatic through the third century and it was the institutionalization of the church that squeezed out the charismatic elements. From that time onward there remained conflict between grass-roots Christianity, where the Holy Spirit was active, and the institutional church that was uncomfortable with what they could not control. Where ever believers read the Bible for themselves or had the full Gospel preached to them, the Holy Spirit was active.
The end notes of the book refer to all of Hyatt's source documents so you can trace back what He says to the people who He was quoting. Hyatt has piqued my interest and I highly recommend his book.