Assemblies of God

Definition: Assemblies of God
Christian Pentecostal denomination formed in Canada and the United States in the early 20th century out of previously independent Pentecostal churches. The Assemblies of God are in the Baptist tradition and specifically believe that speaking in tongues is evidence of baptism by the Holy Spirit. The denomination promotes missionary work all over the world.

Assemblies of God is a Protestant denomination that is one of the largest and fast-growing bodies in Christianity, established in 1914. "AG" is characterized by Pentecostal expressions of Christianity, including speaking in tongues.

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Title Assemblies of God
Last UpdatedJanuary 29, 2021
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