Terminology wise pentecost is in reference to Acts 2:1-4:
"On the day of Pentecost all the believers were meeting together in one place. Suddenly, there was a sound from heaven like the roaring of a mighty windstorm, and it filled the house where they were sitting. Then, what looked like flames or tongues of fire appeared and settled on each of them. And everyone present was filled with the Holy Spirit and began speaking in other languages, as the Holy Spirit gave them this ability."
The word APOSTOLIC means pertaining to the apostles. The phrase One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church appears in the Nicene Creed focuses on the unity of the church and is taken from 1 Corinthians 12:27:
"All of you together are Christ's body, and each of you is a part of it."
Of course there are charismatic movements in Christianity called pentecostal as well as many apostolic branches which is more defined in Wikipedia if you type it in...
How are pentecostal and apostolic different?
- Pentecostals and apostolic are just like the Catholics and the Anglicans. They decided that if they wanted to push there form of politics then they would have to be separate from the other.
Either way they both really have no idea about the bible but they sure know how to get money and power of people.
The question should have been what is the difference between Anthony Robbins and the pentecostal / apostolic faith and we could have said nothing they both take large sum's of cash from people seeking some help and tell you what you want to hear by whipping you into a frenzy and getting everyone to dance around and singing and once the euphoric feeling goes away you pay another heap of cash to get the feeling back.
sorry there was a difference. and that was that Anthony Robbins doesn't claim to be doing it for God!
it's not hard to figure out which is the lesser of two evils :)10
- The Pentecostal is full of Gods HOLY SPIRIT, that's what Pentecost was, the in filling of the spirit . check acts ch 2. and apostolic is filled also and take it to the World! Get that spirit! John 3.10
- They aren't, both are going to hell.00
- Apostolic means as the apostles. Apostolic Pentecostals believe in One God and his name is Jesus. We believe in baptizing in Jesus name and receiving the Holy Ghost.
There are also trinity Pentecostals. They baptize in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.00
- i love this answer I examine once... interior of Pentecostalism there are 2 significant communities, Trinitarian Pentecostals and Oneness Pentecostals. Examples of Trinitarian Pentecostal denominations comprise the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) and the Assemblies of God. Examples of Oneness Pentecostal denominations comprise the United Pentecostal Church international (UPCI) and Pentecostal Assemblies of the international (PAW). that is predicted that of the international's 2 billion Christians, 1 / 4 are Pentecostals or Charismatics. yet another enormous difference between both is the way human beings are baptized. Pentecostals baptize interior the call of the daddy, the Son, and the Holy Ghost (Matthew 28:19 ) because the position Apostolic baptize interior the call of Jesus cutting-edge in Acts 2:38. wish this helps. Elder Greg ~SFECU~ pray4revival00
- I see no difference...some people are Apostolic Pentecostal
The Apostolic Church is a Pentecostal Christian denomination which can trace its origins back to the 1904-1905 Welsh Revival. Despite the relatively recent origin of the denomination, the church seeks to stand for first century Christianity in its faith, practices, and government.
The purpose of the denomination is summed up by one prominent Apostolic writer as:
'to make known world-wide the forgiveness of sins through the atoning death of Christ; the baptism in water by immersion; the baptism of the Holy Spirit with signs following; the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit; the five gifts of our Ascended Lord; and the vision called in the New Testament, "the Church which is His Body".'
The world-wide vision of the church is evidenced by a strong missionary concern. The movement which commenced in Welsh-speaking villages of south Wales had, by the end of the twentieth century, grown to over six million members in more than 70 nations. 
The International Apostolic Convention has taken place annually over the August bank-holiday since 1916. Until 2002 it was located at the village of Penygroes, Camarthenshire, and since then in the city of Swansea. Penygroes is also the site of the Apostolic Church School of Ministry (founded as the Apostolic Church International Bible School in 1933), although there are now also Bible Schools in eleven other countries
The theological beliefs of the Apostolic Church are summarised in its statement of faith, known as the Tenets.
The unity of the Godhead and the Trinity of the Persons therein.
The utter depravity of human nature, the necessity for repentance and regeneration, and the eternal doom of the finally impenitent.
The virgin birth, sinless life, atoning death, triumphant resurrection, ascension and abiding intercession of our Lord Jesus Christ: his second coming and millennial reign upon earth.
The justification and sanctification of the believer through the finished work of Christ.
The baptism of the Holy Ghost for believers, with signs following.
The nine gifts of the Holy Ghost for the edification, exhortation and comfort of the Church, which is the Body of Christ.
The sacraments of baptism by immersion, and of the Lord’s Supper.
The divine inspiration and authority of the Holy Scriptures.
Church government by Apostles, Prophets, Evangelist, Pastors, Teachers, Elders and Deacons.
The possibility of falling from grace.
The obligatory nature of tithes and offerings.
The Apostolic Church in Australia, New Zealand and Ascension Fellowships International in USA all go by a revised set of tenets. The meaning of words can change subtly through time and it was therefore felt the tenets needed updating. The addition of “the resurrection of the believer in an incorruptible body” was accepted at the time of the original but now needed clear expression. The change in order reflects an order more commonly used in evangelical churches.
The one and living God, externally existent in three persons in unity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The divine inspiration and authority of Holy Scripture.
The inherent corruptness of man through the Fall; the necessity of repentance and regeneration by grace and through faith alone, and the eternal separation from God of the finally impenitent.
The virgin birth, sinless life, atoning death, triumphant resurrection, ascension and abiding intercession of our Lord Jesus Christ. His second coming and millennial reign upon earth.
Justification and sanctification of the believer through the finished work of Christ, and the resurrection of the believer in an incorruptible body.
The ordinances of baptism by immersion and of the Lord’s Supper.
The security of the believer as he abides in Christ.
The Baptism of the Holy Spirit for believers with signs following.
The nine gifts of the Holy Spirit for the edification, exhortation and comfort of the Church, which is the Body of Christ.
Church government by apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers, elders and deacons.
The privilege and responsibility of bringing tithes and offerings to the Lord.
The Pentecostal movement within Evangelical Christianity places special emphasis on the direct personal experience of God through the baptism of the Holy Spirit, as shown in the Biblical account of the Day of Pentecost. Pentecostalism is similar to the Charismatic movement, but developed earlier and separated from the mainstream church. Charismatic Christians, at least in the early days of the movement, tended to remain in their respective denominations.
Theologically, most Pentecostal denominations are aligned with Evangelicalism in that they emphasize the reliability of the Bible and the need for the transformation of an individual's life with faith in Jesus. Pentecostals also adhere to the doctrine of Biblical inerrancy. Pentecostals differ from fundamentalists by placing less emphasis on personal spiritual experience and more emphasis on the Holy Spirit's work within a person than other Protestants.
According to Christianity Today, Pentecostalism is "a vibrant faith among the poor; it reaches into the daily lives of believers, offering not only hope but a new way of living." . In addition, according to a 1999 U.N. report, "Pentecostal churches have been the most successful at recruiting its members from the poorest of the poor." Brazilian Pentecostals talk of Jesus as someone real and close to them and doing things for them including providing food and shelter.00
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