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Howard Carter

A conscientious objector during World War I (like many early Pentecostals), Howard Carter spent the war years in prison. While there he wrestled with the contemporary meaning of the Spirit's gifts. Later he accepted the headship of Hapstead Bible School in London, educating and influencing students for ministry for 27 years. A bachelor for most of his life, at 64 he married the widow of a former general superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Wesley Steelberg. Howard Carter died in 1971 at the...See more