A History of the Charismatic Movement in Britain and the United States of America: The Pentecostal Transformation of Christianity, Book 1
By adopting comparative sociological and historical approaches, this volume attempts to gauge the scale, scope, and nature of the neo-Pentecostalism in Britain and the USA, while seeking to comprehend its place in the global scheme of the broader Pentecostal movement. By using a range of theories, perspectives, and academic material, it provides a comprehensive insight into the various 'streams' which make up the world of neo-Pentecostalism.
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