An introduction to pentecostalisms
Pentecostalism is the result of an interesting amalgamation of different traditions: black and oral cultures, middle-class and proletarian languages, catholic and evangelical spiritualities. These traditions are contextualized in Western, Latin American, Asian and African contexts which produce a bewildering pluralism. This "post-modern religion" is not only a challenge to Pentecostal theologians but also to the ecumenical community.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Formerly Professor of Mission at the University of Birmingham UK
Publication date: August 1, 2004