Pentecostal Currents in American Protestantism, edited by Edith Blumhofer, Russell Spittler and Grant Wacker

The 20th century may be recorded as the ecumenical century, but it certainly will be noted as the century of the Pentecostal renewal, both as a new church phenomenon and as a charismatic impulse within Catholicism and classical Protestantism. Like the friars of the 13th century in Europe and the Baptists and Methodists of 19th-century America, Pentecostals have triggered a realignment of the Christian community. This volume is an important contribution to the study of that development.

 

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