Beginning in the 1960s, Neo-Pentecostalism transformed the way thousands in the mainline churches viewed the gifts of the Holy Spirit and the way in which those Christians and many others worshipped. At the heart of a large body of polemical and pastoral literature produced by proponents and critics of the movement is a dynamic picture of Christianity in the last three decades. The Charismatic Movement consists of more than 11,000 entries reflecting the responses of organizations, churches, schools, and individuals both favorable to and critical of the beliefs and practices of this movement. Materials are grouped when possible by denominational family. Indication of the professed attitude of the individual or organization is given.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Series:||ATLA Bibliography Series , #30|
|Edition description:||Two Volume Set|
|Product dimensions:||5.78(w) x 8.92(h) x 3.08(d)|
About the Author
Charles Edwin Jones has held archival, library, and teaching positions at the University of Michigan, Houghton College, and Brown University. He has also written Perfectionist Persuasion, A Guide to the Study of the Holiness Movement, A Guide to the Study of the Pentecostal Movement, and Black Holiness (Scarecrow, 1974, 1983, and 1987).