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The focus of revival there had shifted from the Azusa Street Mission to Elmer Fisher’s Upper Room Mission. Durham sought to preach there, but because of the controversy, Fisher refused to let him. Durham then went to the Azusa Street Mission. Seymour was away on an extended trip, and Durham was allowed to preach. A great revival broke out, reminding the participants of Azusa Street in its heyday in 1906-09. Many called it the second Azusa outpouring. Frank Bartleman wrote that it was the second shower of the latter rain.
If there is no other name under Heaven, whereby men can be saved, we ought to constantly proclaim 52 The Finished Work Controversy that blessed name in all the earth. • Not in even one place in the New Testament is it ever taught that there is any other way of salvation except through Jesus Christ. Over and over again it is declared that there is no other way, no name except His great name that has salvation in it. The Outcome of the Controversy The Finished Work doctrine split the emerging Pentecostal movement in half.
E. McAlister, and A. H. Argue. As chapter 3 discusses, the most prominent early proponent of the Oneness message was Durham’s associate and successor, Frank J. Ewart. 58 3 The Jesus Name Controversy T he second doctrinal division in the Pentecostal movement came over water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ and the oneness of God. The Oneness doctrine affirms that God is one personal being, not a trinity of persons, and that Jesus Christ is the manifestation of the fullness of God, not just one of three persons.