Pentecostalism is the fastest expanding religious movement in the world today. In an innovative approach, Allan Anderson aims to make more visible the 'non-western' nature of Pentecostalism without overlooking the importance of the movement emanating from North America. Concentrating on its history and theology, Anderson reflects on the movements' development and significance throughout the world. He explores those theological issues that helped form a distinctive spirituality and relates them to different peoples and their cultures. International and comprehensive, this book provides an important introduction to students of theology and religion.
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