And all the people said?

I will be slowly be adding to this list of unique Revivalisms. Feel free to make suggestions.

Why do the Revival Fellowship operate “voice gifts” (a phrase not found in the Bible) according to Paul’s criticisms to the Corinthian church? (1 Corinthians 14)

Why are these “voice gifts” spoken in 17th century English?

Why has this ceremony been appended to Communion? Why isn’t this in the Bible?

Why is communion a permanent Sunday fixture? Especially if “whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink this cup of the Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord”? (1 Corinthians 11:27)

Why does Revival Fellowship-style prayer in English consist of fast and repetitive “Hallelujah-Praise-the-Lord-Thank-you-Jesus-Hallelujahs”? Is this how the disciples would have prayed in their native tongue?

Why is this prayer style so popular if it is inherently more repetitive than the oft-shunned Lord’s Prayer? Why doesn’t this qualify as “vain repetitions” that Jesus despised? (Matthew 6:7)

Why are opening and closing prayers dotted with the antiquated phrase “Yea”?

Why do the Revival Fellowship distance themselves from every weird and immoral idea documented in the Old Testament except tithing?

Why do they preach the Pyramid is “an altar to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt” (Isaiah 19:19) when the Bible stipulates “if you make for me an altar of stone, do not build it of hewn stones; for if you use a chisel upon it you profane it”? (Exodus 20:25).

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