Japan Holiness Church

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Juji Nakada - Sources and Further Reading
... "Theological Roots and Emphasis of the OMS-Holiness Church." Online Focuses on Korean Holiness church ... "Scriptural Holiness and Eschatology as a Vision of the New Creation From the Story of Sang-Jun Kim and Juji Nakada" ... Journal of Sungkyul (Holiness) Theology 1 322–44 ...
Juji Nakada - Biographical Details - Japan Holiness Church (1928-1936) - Revival (1930-1933)
... revival at the Tokyo Seminary (Tokyo Seisho Gakuin) of the Japan Holiness Church, as a result of the fervent prayer of the students ... Tokyo from his trip to Korea and Manchuria, he encouraged the Holiness churches in Tokyo to hold prayer meetings from May 30 to June 7 ... next two and a half years, various revival meetings were held in many different cities in Japan ...

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