Robert Danielson, Missiology, Vol. 42
"It includes fascinating case studies of how Pentecostal leaders and organizations have moved around the globe, debating the space between religion and culture, adopting and innovating on old themes to develop a religion that works."
Nicolette Manglos, Williams College, Sociology of Religion, 75 (1)
"This collection forms a testimony (pun intended) to the great diversity in scholarship that has emerged around the subject of Pentecostalism."
Kim Knibbe, University of Groningen, Journal of Religion in Europe Vol. 7
"Wilkinson’s volume clearly shows that Pentecostalism provides a unique lens to study cultural processes of globalisation and migration, the creation of transnational networks and imagined communities, as well as the religious everyday life of different local and diasporic communities that exist around the globe."
Uta Andrea Balbier, King’s College London, Religion, Vol. 45:2
"These contributors produce riveting stories of our fellow believers who are negotiating their faith in circumstances very different from the global north, many of them under religious, political, and/or economic stress."
Martin William Mittelstadt, Evangel University, Missouri, Journal for Pentecostal Ministry, Vol. 10
"This text should be added to any library that studies contemporary Pentecostalism as it will serve as a resource to university students at all levels. It is also recommended for those attempting to stay abreast of the manifold developments of global Pentecostalism."
L. William Oliverio, Marquette University, Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity Vol. 5 No. 1
"It may be recommended to all those who want to follow the contemporary missionary movement from an ecumenical perspective."
Wojciech Kluj, OMI Bibliographia Missionaria LXXVII