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Jennifer Miskov

, UK JenMiskov@silvertogold.com Abstract Th is article examines the historic parallels between the development of American Pentecostalism and the formation of German Expressionism. German Expression is examined through the grid of Restorationism, African Culture, Experience, and heightened Expressions

Peter Althouse

contends that early American Pentecostalism has been shaped and defined by an underlying ideology of power, moulding its charismatic experiences and theological declarations. To demonstrate this, section one will describe how the ideology of power nourished early Pentecostal theol- ogy. Section two will

Edith L. Blumhofer

19 FOCUS: WOMEN AND PENTECOSTALISM Women in American Pentecostalism Edith L. Blumhofer Guest Editor The story of women's involvement in American Pentecostalism is complex and confusing. For the most part, Pentecostal denominations have not readily affirmed women as pastors. Women have thus been

Allan H. Anderson

Book Reviews / Pneuma 33 (2011) 277-324 279 Gary B. McGee, Miracles, Missions, & American Pentecostalism (Maryknoll: Orbis, 2010). xxv + 326 pp., $30.00, paper. This is the last and finest book by the sadly missed Gary McGee, which crowns his many achievements as one of the most significant

Augustus Cerillo

77 The Origins of American Pentecostalism Augustus Cerillo, Jr.* A Review Essay of James R. Goff, Jr., Fields White Unto Harvest: Charles F. Parham and the Missionary Origins of Pentecostalism (Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 1988). 263 pp. $12.00 paper. As best I can remember

Cecil M. Robeck

193 Select Bibliography on Latin American Pentecostalism Compiled by Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. Alvarez, C., et. al. Historia de la iglesia pentecostal de Chile. Serie Communidades. Santiago: Ediciones Rehue, no date. Alvarez, Carmelo E. "Latin American Pentecostals: Ecumenicals and Evangelicals

Jelle Creemers

Gary B. McGee, Miracles, Missions, and American Pentecostalism (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2010) xxv + 326 pp. £19.99. ISBN 978-1-57075-854-6 (pbk.) The late Gary McGee, Pentecostal mission historian par excellence , has published throughout his entire career on the intense relation

Douglas Petersen

Cleary ’ s web site at www.providence.edu/las/pai.htm. In this essay, we will not always include full bibliographic references. Latin American Pentecostalism: Social Capital, Networks, and Politics Douglas Petersen In less than a century the Pentecostal Movement evolved from a small rag-tag band of

Manuel J. Gaxiola-Gaxiola

107 Latin American Pentecostalism: A Mosaic within a Mosaic Manuel J. Gaxiola-Gaxiola* Introduction Protestantism in Latin America, and in the Latino community in the United States has ceased to be the quaint choice of a tiny minority. The Third World countries in the Western Hemisphere are a

Joseph R. Colletti

- 18- LEWI PETHRUS: HIS INFLUENCE UPON SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN PENTECOSTALISM by Joseph R. Colletti Lewi Pethrus (1884-1974) represents an influence that has directly rooted Scandinavian Pentecostal church polity into the Scandinavian- American Pentecostal movement. The son of devout Swedish