Table of Contents for PentecoStudies Issue 19.2 (2020)

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Issue 19.2 (2020) table of contents

Jörg Haustein

Guest Editorial: Global Catholicism and the Catholic Charismatic Movement
Valentina Ciciliot

From the United States to the World, Passing through Rome: Reflections on the Catholic Charismatic Movement
Valentina Ciciliot

Institution versus Charism? The Emmanuel Community, the Catholic Church and John Paul II’s World Youth Days
Charles Mercier

The Three Waves of the Charismatic Renewal in Réunion Island: Interactions with Local Religious and Cultural Practices
Valerie Aubourg

Charismatic Catholicism, Pentecostal Prophetism and the Question of Influence in Nigeria: Ejike Mbaka as Case Study
Reuben E. Duniya , Joel Kambai Duwai

Reviews-open access
AFOLAYAN, Adeshina, Olajumoke, YACOB-HALISO and Toyin FALOLA (eds). Pentecostalism and Politics in Africa: African Histories and Modernities
Andreas Heuser

ALDRED, Joe (ed.). Pentecostals and Charismatics in Britain: An Anthology
Caleb Nyanni

BOWLER, Kate. The Preacher’s Wife: The Precarious Power of Evangelical Women Celebrities
Lieke L. Schrijvers

CHONG, Terence (ed.). Pentecostal Megachurches in Southeast Asia: Negotiating Class, Consumption and the Nation
Gabriel Faimau

MACCHIA, Frank D. The Spirit-Baptized Church: A Dogmatic Inquiry
Andy Lord


Jörg Haustein, University of Cambridge Faculty of Divinity, United Kingdom

Book Review Editor

Richard H. Burgess, University of Roehampton, United Kingdom


ISSN 2041-3599 (print)
ISSN 1871-7691 (online)

PentecoStudies offers a distinctly interdisciplinary forum for the study of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity. Authors from the social sciences, the humanities, cultural studies, religious studies and theology are all welcome to submit research on global expressions of Pentecostalism defined in its broadest sense.

The journal invites work that attends to historical, contemporary and regional studies. In particular, it is interested in the global expansion of Pentecostalism, its mutations and impact on society, culture and the media, including its influence on traditional non-Pentecostal churches.

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