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A digital copy of the 1900 document "Constitution and General Rules of the Fire-Baptized Holiness Association of America" readable by Adobe Acrobat Reader is available for download (3.5 meg).
Discipline of the Holiness Church: 1902, Pentecostal Holiness Church
Minutes of the First General Convention of the Pentecostal Holiness Church  are available as a searchable pdf file which requires the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader.
G.F. Taylor, The Second Coming of Jesus, 1916. This is also available for use in Microsoft Reader..
1993 IPHC General Conference minutes
of the Pentecostal Holiness Church: 1911
Each digital copy of the documents above is faithful to the respective original. Original disciplines and The Spirit and the Bride and The Second Coming of Jesus were scanned then processed with OCR software. The resulting text was then carefully compared to the original by a member of the staff. Original variations in spelling and the like were left as published.
"Tongues As Initial Evidence: Did Bishop King Change?" by Dr. Tony G. Moon highlights parts of a paper presented to the Society for Pentecostal Studies in March 2005. An expanded version of this work was published in the Journal for Pentecostal Theology.
"Bishop J.H. King, World Mission, And Hope for the Unevangelized" by Dr. Tony G. Moon.
Early figures from the Fire-Baptized Holiness Church and the Pentecostal Holiness Church are mentioned in "Pentecostalism in India: An Overview" by Dr. Stanley M. Burgess in the Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies 4:1 (January 2001).
The Heritage of Faith: an Historical Evaluation of the Holiness Movement in America, a 1983 M.A. thesis by Craig Charles Fankhauser, includes a chapter on the Fire-Baptized Holiness Church.
An article on the International Pentecostal Holiness Church by Dr. Harold D. Hunter features hyperlinks to online pictures and publications. This article was originally published in The Acts of Pentecost, edited by Yung-Chul Han (Seoul: Han Young Theological University, 1998). This volume was distributed at the 18th Pentecostal World Conference held September 22-25, 1998, in Seoul, Korea
American Religion Image Library. Notice the contribution from the IPHC Archives & Research Center.
The Wesley Center for Applied Theology includes electronic copies of writings by various Holiness authors--like Watson and Godbey--who influenced early IPHC leaders. Other related links include God's Bible School and Frank Sandford's Shiloh.
Abstract of IPHC dissertation titled "Living in the Presence of God" by Dr. Daniel Woods.
Check the IPHC Centennial Timeline. Commentary for this timeline written by Dr. Harold D. Hunter is also linked by sections from various timeline entries. Also available is general information and links to online sources that reveal aspects of life in 1898. Also available are sites devoted to the Azusa St. Revival and the Azusa St. Mission.
View photo gallery or slides (temporarily unavailable) of IPHC leaders. Also check out select images from the start of the IPHC journey. Here are selected scenes from the visit of Bishop James Leggett to the 1998 General Council of the Fire Baptized Holiness Church of God of the Americas. View the 1914 certificate of ordination for Garland Jewell signed by Bishop J.H. King and E.D. Reeves. These images are the property of the IPHC Archives & Research Center. They may not be reproduced without written permission and paying the appropriate fee to the IPHC Archives.
"Centennial Moments" by Dr. Harold D. Hunter was originally prepared in Microsoft's PowerPoint 2000. For best results, one must use Internet Explorer 5.0 or later. A button in the lower right hand bar allows one to view the entire presentation that is self-timed and lasts five minutes. However, one must be connected at better than 56K to view in this mode. Although some of the symbols are corrupted, the fonts and symbols installed on the user's computer will effect one's view of some slides.
Available online is "Archives - A Collection of
God's People" by Mrs. Margaret Muse Odem Drum, one of the distinguished directors
of the IPHC Archives and Research Center. This 1985 video gives an overview of IPHC
history. The file is 1.2K and requires the RealPlayer 5.0 or
later. Click if you are connected
at 56K (2.0K file).
Links: Affiliates and Memberships
Part of the IPHC story is told in "Beniah At The Apostolic Crossroads: Little Noticed Crosscurrents of B.H. Irwin, Charles Fox Parham, Frank Sandford, and A.J. Tomlinson" in the Cyberjournal for Pentecostal Charismatic Research by Dr. Harold D. Hunter. Another article that covers a 19th century event which intersects the life of IPHC is also available online. Spirit Baptism and the 1896 Revival in Cherokee County, North Carolina" by Dr. Harold D. Hunter has been reproduced exactly as it was published in Pneuma 5:3 (Fall 1983). Here is some information about additional academic publications available online by Dr. Harold D. Hunter and All Together In One Place.
A list of academic online publications by and about Pentecostals and Charismatics is available at PCTII.