Product Detail

Apostolic Roots: An Interracial Heritage


The author draws a stimulating conclusion about the origin of Pentecostalism in the 20th century.  Apostolic Roots: An Interracial Heritage is Bishop Ross Perry Paddock’s bold and honest account of the Pentecostal Apostolic lineage after the Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles, California. The Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, the mother of all Pentecostal organization in the United States and beyond. Daunted by the racial strife and segregation among Apostolic Christians, Bishop Paddock asked the question, “today, will Jesus recognize the church He established since the Day of Pentecost?” Why are there so many separations amongst Apostolic worshippers? Apostolic Roots: An Interracial Heritage is Bishop Paddock’s audacious account about the state of God’s church and how far the Pentecostal Apostolic faith has drifted away from the original landmark of the faith once delivered unto the saints.

Categories: ,
Publisher: Alpha Omega Publishing
  • Authors:


After many years of serving in ministry, Bishop Paddock has witnessed firsthand the division among Pentecostal Oneness organizations under the banner racial and doctrinal differences. Jesus said, a house divided against itself cannot stand. Is Christ divided? Paddock challenges all of the Apostolic faith to be more attentive to the Savior’s words and take heed to the work he entrusted into the hands of his apostles.

The audacious discovery unpacked through this book reveals some of the hidden issues among organizational leaders through the ages. According to Bishop Paddock, racial segregations of the 20th century in the U.S. and doctrinal differences have plague the development of Apostolic faith churches since the early 1900’s.

There are no products