The Doctrine of Father Divine are the teachings of the late Father Divine (d. 1965) and his religious movement, the International Peace Mission movement. The most obvious teaching of Father Divine is his claim to be God, but his doctrine constituted a larger coherent system of thought. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doctrine of Father Divine"
Edna Rose Ritchings, is the symbolic maintainer of the International Peace Mission movement. She's also known as "Sweet Angel" in the movement, or as "Mrs. S. A. Divine" because she is the widow of the movement's leader, Father Divine. She assisted Father Divine, who claimed to be God, in his declining years. After his 1965 death, she led the movement and continues to as of 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edna Rose Ritchings"
Father Divine ( c. 1880 – September 10 1965), was an African-American spiritual leader from about 1907 until his death. His full self-given name was Reverend General Jealous Divine, and he was also known as "the Messenger" and George Baker early in his life. He founded the International Peace Mission movement, formulated its doctrine, and oversaw its growth from a small and predominantly black congregation into a multiracial and international church. ...more on Wikipedia about "Father Divine"
The International Peace Mission movement was the religious movement started by Father Divine, an African-American who claimed to be God. ...more on Wikipedia about "International Peace Mission movement"
Mother Divine is a name used by followers of the International Peace Mission movement to refer to either of the wives of Father Divine, an African American religious leader prominent in the 1930s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mother Divine"
Peninniah, also known as Mother M. J. Divine, was the first wife of Father Divine, a prominent religious leader and the founder of the International Peace Mission movement. An overweight but dignified-looking African-American woman, Peninniah was decades older than her husband. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peninniah"
Sayville is the name of a hamlet (and a census-designated place) located in Suffolk County on Long Island. As of the 2000 census, the CDP had a total population of 16,735. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sayville, New York"
Woodmont is a 72 acre (290,000 m²) hilltop estate in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Woodmont"
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