Pillar of Fire

adjective

Definition of Pillar of Fire

  1. :  of, relating to, or being a fundamentalist holiness premillenarian church beginning as an offshoot of U.S. Methodism in 1901, retaining Methodist polity, and emphasizing sanctification as a second work of grace following justification

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Origin and Etymology of pillar of fire

from Pillar of Fire, bulletin published by the founder of the sect


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