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Wallace Thornton, Jr. is a historian of the Christian tradition with special interest in the radical holiness networks.  He earned the MA in Church History from Cincinnati Bible Seminary, holds membership in the Wesleyan Theological Society, is a charter member of the Wesleyan Historical Society, and serves on the advisory board of the journal World Christianity and the Fourfold Gospel.  He has taught church history at three colleges and presented at numerous conferences.  His publications include the books Radical Righteousness: Personal Ethics and the Development of the Holiness Movement (Schmul Publishing, 1998) and When the Fire Fell: Martin Wells Knapp’s Vision of Pentecost and the Beginnings of God’s Bible School (Emeth Press, 2014, also published in Korean by the Seoul Theological University Press, 2015), as well as contributions to several other books and periodicals.

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