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Pentecostalism and African Migration to Europe from Nigeria and Ghana

This is a bibliography on African Migrant Pentecostalism with a Focus on West African Migration (Nigeria and Ghana).

Adelowo, E. Dada

    1989: A Comparative Look at the Phenomenon of Divination as an aspect of Healing Processes in the Major Religions in Nigeria. In: Asia Journal of Theology. Singapore. 3. (206-226)

Adogame, Afe

    1998: A Home Away from Home. The Proliferation of the Celestial Church of Christ (CCC) in Diaspora-Europe. In: Journal of Missiological and Ecumenical Research. 27. (141-160)

    1999: Celestial Church of Christ. The Politics of Cultural Identity in a West African Prophetic-Charismatic Movement. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. (Studies in the intercultural history of Christianity; 115)

    2004: Betwixt Identity and Security: African New Religious Movements and the Politics of Religious Networking in Europe. In: Nova Religio. The Journal of Emergent and Alternative Religions 7/2, 24-41.

    2004: Contesting the Ambivalences of Modernity in a Global Context. The Redeemed Christian Church of God, North America. In: Studies in World Christianity. 10/1. (25-48)

    2004: Engaging the Rhetoric of Spiritual Warfare. The Public face of Aladura in Diaspora. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. 34/4. (493-522)

    2004: Old Wine in New Bottles. Prophetic Experiences in the Celestial Church of Christ. In: Ter Haar, Gerrie; Cox, Jim (eds.): Uniquely African? African Christian Identity from Cultural and Historical Perspectives. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. (241-260)

    2004: The Politicization of Religion and the Religionization of Politics in Nigeria. In: Korieh, Chima; Nwokeji, Ugo (eds.): Religion, History and Politics in Nigeria. Lanham: University Press of America. (137-153)

    2005: African Christian Communities in Diaspora. In: Kalu, Ogbu (ed.): African Christianity. An African Story. Pretoria: University of Pretoria. (494-514)

    2005: Dealing with Local Satanic Technology. Deliverance Rhetoric in the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministry. Paper presented at the CESNUR International Conference "Religious Movements, Globalization and Conflict. Transnational Perspectives". Palermo, Sicily.

    2006: Dinge auf Erden um Himmels Willen tun. Aushandlungsprozesse pfingstlicher Identität und die afrikanische religiöse Diaspora in Deutschland. In: Bergunder, Michael; Haustein, Jörg (Eds.): Migration und Identität. Pfingstlich-charismatische Migrationsgemeinden in Deutschland. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. (Beihefte der Zeitschrift für Mission; 8), 60-82.

Adogame, Afe; Jafta, Lizo

    2005: Zionists, Aladura and Roho. African Instituted Churches. In: Kalu, Ogbu (ed.): African Christianity. An African Story. Pretoria: University of Pretoria. (309-329)

Adogame, Afe; Weissköppel, Cordula (eds.):

    2005: Religion in the context of African Migration. Bayreuth: Breitinger. (Bayreuth African studies series ; 75)

Akinade, Akintunde E.

    1996: New Religious Movements in Contemporary Nigeria. Aladura Churches as a Case Study. In: Asia Journal of Theology. Bangalore. 10. (316-332)

Akinsanya, Gbolahan Olukayode

    2005: "You Shall receive Power". The Etablishment of the Pentecostal Movement in the Nigerian Context [Xerokopie]. - Ann Arbor, MI : UMI, 2005. Madison, Univ., Diss., 2000

Aldred, Joe

    1999: Paradigms for a Black Theology in Britain. In: Black Theology in Britain. 2. (9-32)

Alvarsson, Jan-Ake

    1999: Conversion to Pentecostalism among Ethnic Minorities. In: Svensk Missionstidskrift. Uppsala. 87. (359-387)

Anderson, Allan H.

    1999: The Gospel and Culture in Pentecostal Missions in the Third World. In: Missionalia. 27/2. (220-230)

    2001: The Globalisation of Pentecostalism and the Reshaping of Christianity in the Twenty-first Century. In: Missionalia. 29. (423-443)

    2006: Was europäische Christen von afrikanischen Pfingstlern lernen können. Fragen der Pluralität, Identität und Gemeinschaft. In: Bergunder, Michael; Haustein, Jörg (eds.): Migration und Identität. Pfingstlich-charismatische Migrationsgemeinden in Deutschland. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. (170-189) (Beihefte der Zeitschrift für Mission; 8)

Anderson, Allan H.; Hollenweger, Walter J. (eds.):

    1999: Pentecostals after a Century. Global Perspectives on a Movement in Transition. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. (Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplement Series; 15)

Archer, Margaret S.

    1988: Culture and Agency. The Place of Culture in Social Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Asamoah-Gyadu, Johnson Kwabena

    1997: Missionaries without Robes. Lay Charismatic Fellowships and the Evangelization of Ghana. In: Pneuma. 19/2. (167-188)

    1998: The Church in the African State. The Pentecostal/Charismatic Experience in Ghana. In: Journal of African Christian Thought. 1/2. (51-57)

    2000: Renewal within African Christianity. A Study of some Current Historical and Theological Developments within Independent Indigenous Pentecostalism in Ghana. Birmingham: PhD thesis, University of Birmingham.

Asamoah-Gyadu, Kwabena

    2004: African Charismatics. Current Developments Within Independent Indigenous Pentecostalism in Ghana. Leiden: Brill. (Studies of Religion in Africa; 27)

Atiemo, Abamfo Ofori

    1993: The Rise of the Charismatic Movement in the Mainline Churches in Ghana. Accra: Asempa Publishers.

Ayegboyin, Deji

    2005: 'But Deliver us from the Evil One'. Mountain of Fire and Miracles Riposte and its Implication for Mission in Nigeria. Paper presented at the Post Graduate Seminar, United College of the Ascension, Birmingham. Birmingham: United College of the Ascension.

Ayegboyin, Deji; Ishola, S. Ademola

    1997: African Indigenous Churches. An Historical Perspective. Lagos, Nigeria: Greater Heights Publications.

Bassey, Evaristus

    1993: Pentecostalism and the Catholic Church in Nigeria. Calabar: Mariana Publications.

Bateson, Gregory A.

    1973: A Theory of Play and Fantasy. In: Bateson, Gregory A. (ed.): Steps to an Ecology of Mind. Collected Essays in Anthropology, Psychiatry, Evolution and Epistemology. St. Albans: Palladin. (150-166)

Baëta, Christian G.

    2004: Prophetism in Ghana. A Study of Some 'Spiritual' Churches. Achimota, Ghana: Africa Christian Press.

Becher, Virginia

    1995: Black Christians. Black Church Traditions in Britain. Birmingham: Centre for Black and White Christian Partnership and Westhill RE Centre.

Beckford, Robert S.

    2000: Dread and Pentecostal. A Political Theology for the Black Church in Britain. London: SPCK.

Beckmann, David M.

    1975: Eden Revival. Spiritual Churches in Ghana. St. Louis: Concordia.

Beek, Hubert van (ed.):

    1996: Consultation with African Instituted Churches. Ogere, Nigeria, 9-14 January 1996. Geneva: World Council of Churches.

Bergunder, Michael

    2005: Pfingstbewegung, Globalisierung und Migration. In: Zeitschrift für Mission. 35/1-2. (79-91)

Bergunder, Michael; Haustein, Jörg (eds.):

    2006: Migration und Identität. Pfingstlich-charismatische Migrationsgemeinden in Deutschland. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. (Beihefte der Zeitschrift für Mission; 8)

Bloch, Maurice

    1992: Language, Anthropology and Cognitive Science. In: Man. 26/2. (183-198)

Bourdieu, Pierre

    1977: Outline of a Theory of Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Burgess, Richard Hugh

    2004: The Civil War Revival and its Pentecostal Progeny. A Religious Movement among the Igbo People of Eastern Nigeria (1997-2002). Birmingham: PhD thesis, University of Birmingham.

Calley, Malcolm J.C.

    1965: God's People. West Indian Pentecostal Sects in England. London: Oxford University Press.

Corten, André; Marshall-Fratani, Ruth (eds.):

    2001: Between Babel and Pentecost. Transnational Pentecostalism in Africa and Latin America. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

D'Andrade, Roy

    1995: The Development of Cognitive Anthropology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Danfulani, Umar Habila Dadem

    1998: Religious Exclusivism and Religious Space. The Problem of Street Praying in a Nigerian Town. In: Exchange. 27/4. (342-359)

Deleuze, Gilles

    1994: Difference and Repetition. London: Athlone Press.

Deleuze, Gilles; Guattari, Félix

    1976: Rhizome. Introduction. Paris: Les Éditions de Minuit.

Dempster, Murray W.; Klaus, Byron D.; Petersen, Douglas (eds.):

    1999: The Globalization of Pentecostalism. A Religion Made to Travel. Oxford: Regnum Books International.

Dijk, Richard van

    1997: From Camp to Encompassment. Discourses of Transsubjectivity in the Ghanian Pentecostal Diaspora. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. Leiden. 27. (135-159)

Dijk, Rijk van

    2000: Christian Fundamentalism in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Case of Pentecostalism. Copenhagen: Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen.

    2002: Religion, Reciprocity and Restructuring Family Responsibility in the Ghanaian Pentecostal Diaspora. In: Bryceson, Deborah F.; Vuorella, Ulla (eds.): The Transnational Family. New European Frontiers and Global Networks. Oxford: Berg. (173-196)

    2003: Pentecostalism and the Politics of Prophetic Power. Religious Modernity in Ghana. In: Kastfelt, Niels (ed.): Scriptural politics. The Bible and Koran as political models in Africa and the Middle East. London : Hurst, 155-184.

    2004: Negotiating Marriage. Questions of Morality and Legitimacy in the Ghanaian Pentecostal Diaspora. In: Journal of religion in Africa. Leiden. 34/4. (438-467)

Droogers, André

    1980: Symbols of Marginality in the Biographies of Religious and Secular Innovators. A Comparative Study of the Lives of Jesus, Waldes, Booth, Kimbangu, Buddha, Mohammed and Marx. In: Numen. 27/1. (105-121)

    1996: Methodological Ludism. Beyond Religionism and Reductionism. In: van Harskamp, Anton (ed.): Conflicts in Social Science. London: Routledge. (44-67)

Droogers, André.; van der Laan, Cornelis; van Laar, Wout (eds.):

    2006: Fruitful in this Land. Pluralism, Dialogue and Healing in Migrant Pentecostalism. Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum.

Edwards, Joel

    1993: The British Afro-Carribean Community. In: Eden, Martyn (ed.): Britain on the Brink. Nottingham: Crossway Books. (100-118)

Ejizu, Christopher I.

    1991: Cosmological Perspectives on Exorcism and Prayer-Healing in Contemporary Nigeria. In: Mission Studies. 8/2. (165-176)

Enang, Kenneth

    2000: Nigerian Catholics and the Independent Churches. A Call to Authentic Faith. Immensee: Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft. (Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft, Supplementa; 45)

Enwerem, Iheanyi M.

    1995: A Dangerous Awakening. The Politicization of Religion in Nigeria. Ibadan: IFRA.

Essien, Anthonia M.

    2004: The Goodnews Community International, Nigeria. The Social Significance of Pentecostalism in a Changing Society. Lagos: African Heritage Publ.. (Series in Sociology of Religion; 1)

Evangelisches Missionswerk in Süddeutschland (ed.):

    2000: Neue Spiritualität in Ghana. Stuttgart. (Informationsbrief 4/2000)

Falola, Toyin (ed.):

    2005: Christianity And Social Change In Africa. Essays In Honor Of J.D.Y. Peel. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press.

Falola, Toyin; Childs, Matt D. (eds.):

    2004: The Yoruba diaspora in the Atlantic world. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Fancello, Sandra

    2003: Les politiques identitaires d'une Église africaine transnationale: the Church of Pentecost (Ghana). In:Cahiers d'études africaines 43, cah. 172, 857-881.

Faniran, Joseph Oladejo

    1993: Charism and Authority. A Case Study of the Charismatic Renewal in the Nigerian Church. In: The Nigerian Journal of Theology. Owerri, Imo State. 7. (63-76)

Fourchard, Laurent; Mary, André; Otayek, René (eds.):

    2005: Entreprises Religieuses Transnationales en Afrique de l'Ouest. Paris: Karthala.

Gaiya, Musa A. B.

    2002: The Pentecostal revolution in Nigeria. Occasional paper. Copenhagen: Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen.

Gerloff, Roswith

    1992: A Plea for British Black Theologies. The Black Church Movement in Britain in Its Transatlantic Cultural and Theological Interaction With Special Reference to the Pentecostal Oneness (Apostolic) and Sabbatarian Movements. 2 vol.. Frankfurt am Main: Lang. (Studies in the intercultural history of Christianity; 77)

    1995: The Holy Spirit and the African Diaspora. Spiritual, Cultural and Social Roots of Black Pentecostal Churches. In: Journal of European Pentecostal Theology. 9. (84-100)

    1999: The Significance of the African Christian Diaspora in Europe. A Report on Four Events in 1997/98. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. 29/1. (115-120)

    2000: An African Continuum in Variations. The African Christian Diaspora in Britain. In: Black Theology. An International Journal. 2000/4. (84-112)

    2000: The Significance of the African Christian Diaspora in Europe (with special reference to Britain). In: Daneel, Inus (ed.): African Christian Initiatives in Mission. Pretoria: Unisa.

    2005: Das schwarze Lächeln Gottes. Afrikanische Diaspora als Herausforderung an Theologie und Kirche. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck.

Gerloff, Roswith (ed.):

    2000: Open Space. The African Christian Diaspora in Europe and the Quest for Human Community. International Review of Mission. Geneva. 89. (275-510)

Gerloff, Roswith; Mazibuko, Bongani

    1988: God's Smile on Britain may be Black. Black and White Experience. Birmingham: Centre for Black and White Christian Partnership.

Gifford, Paul

    1994: Ghana's Charismatic Churches. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. Leiden. 24. (241-265)

    2004: Ghana's New Christianity. Pentecostalism in a Globalizing African Economy. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

    2005: A View of Ghana's New Christianity. In: Sanneh, Lamin O.; Carpenter, Joel A. (eds.): The Changing Face of Christianity. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (81-96)

Hackett, Rosalind I. J.

    1990: Enigma Variations. The New Religious Movements in Nigeria Today. In: Walls, Andrew F.; Schenk, Wilbert R. (eds.): Exploring New Religious Movements. Essays in Honour of Harold W. Turner. Elkhart, Indiana: Mission Focus. (131-142)

    1993: From Exclusion to Inclusion: Women and Bible Use in Southern Nigeria. In: Davies, Jon; Woilaston, Isabel (eds.): The Sociology of Sacred Texts. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 142-155.

    1998: Charismatic/Pentecostal Appropriation of Media Technologies in Nigeria and Ghana. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. Leiden. 28. (259-277)

    1999: Radical Christian revivalism in Nigeria and Ghana : recent patterns of intolerance and conflict. ln: Naʿīm, ʿAbd Allāh Aḥmad (ed.): Proselytization and communal self-determination in Africa. Maryknoll, N.Y : Orbis Books, 246-267.

Hackett, Rosalind I.J. (ed.):

    1987: New Religious Movements in Nigeria. Lewiston, New York: E. Mellen Press. (African studies; 5)

Hallen, Barry

    2000: The Good, The Bad, and the Beautiful. Discourse about Values in Yoruba Culture. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Hallgren, Roland

    1988: The Good Things in Life. A Study of the Traditional Religious Culture of the Yoruba People. Löberöd: Bokfoerlaget, Plus Lustra.

Harnischfeger, Johannes

    1997: Sekten, Geldgier, Hexerei? In Südnigeria streiten die großen Kirchen gegen die charismatischen Gruppen. In: der überblick. Hamburg. 33,1. (58-65)

Harris, Hermione

    2002: The Cherubim and Seraphim: The Concept and Practice of Empowerment in an African Church in London. London: PhD thesis, University of London.

    2005: Continuity or Change? Aladura and born-again Yoruba Christianity in London. In: Falola, Toyin (ed.): Christianity and Social Change in Africa. Essays in Honor of J.D.Y. Peel. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press. (307-34)

Hill, Clifford

    1971: Black Churches. West Indian and African Sects in Britain. London: British Council of Churches, Community and Race Relations Unit.

Hock, Klaus

    1995: "Jesus Power - Super Power!" Annäherungen an die Schnittstellen zwischen christlichem Fundamentalismus und Neuen Religiösen Bewegungen in Afrika. In: Zeitschrift für Mission. Stuttgart; Basel. 21. (134-150)

Hollenweger, Walter J.

    2006: Was ist charismatische Theologie? Oder: Was muss sich ändern? In: Bergunder, Michael; Haustein, Jörg (eds.): Migration und Identität. Pfingstlich-charismatische Migrationsgemeinden in Deutschland. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. (190-206) (Beihefte der Zeitschrift für Mission; 8)

Howard, Vanessa

    1987: A Report on Afro-Caribbean Christianity in Britain. Leeds: University of Leeds, Department of Theology and Religious Studies. (Community Religions Project Research Papers. New series; 4)

Hunt, Stephen

    2000: The "New" Black Pentecostal Churches in Britain. Paper presented at CESNUR 14th International Conference. Riga, Latvia. (29-31)

    2002: A Church for all Nations. The Redeemed Christian Church of God. In: Pneuma. Boston. 24/2. (185-204)

    2002: Neither Here nor There. The Construction of Identities and Boundary Maintenance of West African Pentecostals. In: Sociology. 36/1. (147-169)

Hunt, Stephen; Lightly, Nicola

    2001: The British Black Pentecostal 'Revival'. Identity and Belief in the 'New' Nigerian Churches. In: Ethnic and Racial Studies. London. 24/1. (104-124)

Imo, Cyril O.

    1995: Säkularisierung und Ritual. Erfahrungen aus Afrika. In: Dialog der Religionen. Gütersloh. 5. (161-177)

Jehu-Appiah, Jerisdan H.

    1996: An Overview of Indigenous African Churches in Britain. In: Gerloff, Roswith; Beek, Huibert van (eds.): Report of the Proceedings of the Consultation between the World Council of Churches and African Caribbean Church Leaders in Britain (Leeds) 1995. Geneva: WCC.

    1997: Singing the Lord's Song. Understanding the Emergence of African Churches in Britain. Birmingham: Unpublished Paper, Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham.

    2001: The African Indigenous Churches in Britain. An investigation into their Theology with Special Reference to the Musama Disco Christo Church and the Church of the Lord (Brotherhood). Birmingham: PhD thesis, University of Birmingham.

Jenkins, Philip

    2002: The Next Christendom. The Coming of Global Christianity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kahl, Werner

    2006: Zur Bibelhermeneutik pfingstlich-charismatischer Gemeinden aus Westafrika in Deutschland. In: Bergunder, Michael; Haustein, Jörg (eds.): Migration und Identität. Pfingstlich-charismatische Migrationsgemeinden in Deutschland. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. (127-154) (Beihefte der Zeitschrift für Mission; 8)

Kalilombe, P.

    1997: Black Christianity in Britain. In: Ethnic and Racial Studies. 20/2. (308-315)

Kalu, Ogbu U.

    2000: Power, Poverty, and Prayer. The Challenges of Poverty and Pluralism in African Christianity, 1960-1996. Frankfurt am Main: Lang. (Studies in the intercultural history of Christianity ; 122)

Kamphausen, Erhard

    1999: Pentecostalism and De-Fetishism. A Ghanaian Case Study. In: Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae. Menlo Park. 25. (174-189)

    2001: Entfetischisierung durch Pentekostalismus. Herausforderung für die etablierten Kirchen in Ghana. In: Missionswissenschaftliches Institut Missio e. V. (ed.): Jahrbuch für kontextuelle Theologien 2000. Frankfurt: Verlag für Interkulturelle Kommunikation. (85-100)

Karagiannis, Evangelos

    2006: "Wartendes Israel und Israel am Ziel". Leid und Wunder von Pfingstgemeinden afrikanischer Migranten in Deutschland. In: Bergunder, Michael; Haustein, Jörg (eds.): Migration und Identität. Pfingstlich-charismatische Migrationsgemeinden in Deutschland. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. (83-106) (Beihefte der Zeitschrift für Mission; 8)

Kay, William K.

    2000: Pentecostals in Britain. Carlisle, UK: Paternoster.

Kerridge, Roy

    1995: The Storm is Passing Over. A Look at Black Churches in Britain. London: Thames & Hudson.

Laan, Cornelis van der

    2006: Knocking on Heaven's Door. Nicht-westliche pfingstliche Migrationskirchen in den Niederlanden. In: Bergunder, Michael; Haustein, Jörg (Eds.): Migration und Identität. Pfingstlich-charismatische Migrationsgemeinden in Deutschland. Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck. (Beihefte der Zeitschrift für Mission; 8), 40-59.

Larbi, Emmanuel Kingsley

    2001: Pentecostalism. The Eddies of Ghanaian Christianity. Accra, Ghana: Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies. (Studies in African pentecostal Christianity; 1)

Larbi, Emmanuel Kingsley Kwabena

    1995: The Development of Ghanaian Pentecostalism. A Study in the Appropriation of the Christian Gospel in Twentieth Century Ghana Setting with Special Reference to the Christ Apostolic Church, the Church of Pentecost, and the International Central Gospel Church. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.

Lyons, Andrew P.; Lyons, Harriet D.

    1987: Magical Medicine on Television: Benin City, Nigeria. In: Journal of Ritual Studies. Pittsburgh, PA. 1. (103-136)

Marshall, Ruth

    1992: Pentecostalism in Southern Nigeria: An Overview. In: Paul Gifford (ed.): New Dimensions in African Christianity. Ibadan: Sefer Publications, 7-32.

    1993: 'Power in the name of Jesus'. Social Transformation and Pentecostalism in Western Nigeria Revisited. In: Ranger, Terence; Vaughan, Olufemi (eds.): Legitimacy and the State in 20th Century Africa. Oxford: St. Antony's College. (213-246)

    1995: God is not a democrat. Pentecostalism and democratisation in Nigeria. In: Gifford, Paul (ed.): The christian churches and the democratisation of Africa. Leiden: Brill, 239-260. (Studies of religion in Africa ; 12)

Marshall-Fratani, Ruth

    1998: Mediating the Global and Local in Nigerian Pentecostalism. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. Leiden. 28/3. (278-315)

    2001: Prospérité miraculeuse. Les pasteurs pentecôtistes et l'argent de Dieu au Nigeria. In: Politique africaine. Paris. (Nr. 82) (24-44)

Mbon, Friday M.

    1992: Brotherhood of the Cross and Star. A New Religious Movement in Nigeria. Frankfurt am Main: Lang. (Studien zur Interkulturellen Geschichte des Christentums; 78)

Meyer, Birgit

    1992: "If you are a Devil, you are a witch and, if you are a witch, you are a devil." The Integration of "Pagan" Ideas into the Conceptual Universe of Ewe Christians in Southeastern Ghana. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. Leiden. 22. (98-132)

    1994: Beyond syncretism. Africanisation Through Translation and Diabolization. In: Stewart, Charles; Shaw, Rosalind (eds.): Syncretism/Anti-syncretism. The Politics of Religious Synthesis. London: Routledge. (45-67)

    1995: 'Delivered from the Powers of Darkness.' Confessions of Satanic Riches in Christian Ghana. In: Africa. Edinburgh. 65. (236-255)

    1998: "Make a Complete Break with the Past". Memory and Post Colonial Modernity in Ghanian Pentecostalist Discourse. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. Leiden. 28. (316-349)

    1998: Commodities and the Power of Prayer. Pentecostalist Attitudes Towards Consumption in Contemporary Ghana. In: Development and Change. 29/4. (751-776)

    1998: The Power of Money. Politics, Occult Forces, and Pentecostalism in Ghana. In: African Studies Review. The Journal of the African Studies Association. 41/3. (15-37)

    1999: Translating the Devil. Religon and Modernity Among the Ewe in Ghana. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (International African Library; 21)

    2001: Prières, fusils et meurtre rituel. Le cinéma populaire et ses nouvelles figures du pouvoir et du succès au Ghana. In: Politique africaine. Paris. (Nr. 82) (45-62)

    2006: Impossible Representations. Pentecostalism, Vision and Video Technology in Ghana. In: Meyer, Birgit; Moors, Annelies (eds.): Religion, Media, and the Public Sphere. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. (290-312)

Ojo, Matthews A

    1998: Sexuality, marriage and piety among Charismatics in Nigeria. In: Cox, James L. (ed.):Rites of passage in contemporary Africa : interaction between Christian and African traditional religions. Cardiff : Cardiff Academic Press, 180-197.

Ojo, Matthews A.

    1987: The Contextual Significance of the Charismatic Movements in Independent Nigeria. In: Africa. London. 58. (175-192)

    1987: The Growth of Campus Christianity and Charismatic Movements in Western Nigeria. London: PhD thesis, University of London.

    1988: Deeper Christian Life Ministry. A Case Study of the Charismatic Movements in Western Nigeria. In: Journal of Religion in Africa. Leiden. 18/2. (141-162)

    1995: The Charismatic Movement in Nigeria Today. In: International Bulletin of Missionary Research. 3. (114-118)

    1996: The place of evangelism in the conception of work among Charismatics in Nigeria. In: Asia Journal of Theology. Bangalore. (49-62)

    1997: The Dynamics of Indigenous Charismatic Missionary Enterprises in West Africa. In: Missionalia. 25/4. (537-561)

    1998: Indigenous Gospel Music and Social Reconstruction in Modern Nigeria. In: Missionalia. 26/2. (210-231)

    1998: The Church in the African State. The Charismatic/Pentecostal Experience in Nigeria. In: Journal of African Christian Thought. 1/2. (25-32)

    2005: Religion, public space, and the press in contemporary Nigeria. In: Christianity and social change in Africa. Essays in honor of J. D. Y. Peel. Durham, N.C : Carolina Academic Press, 233-252.

    2006: The End-time Army. Charismatic Movements in Modern Nigeria. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Okolo, Chukwudum Barnabas

    1994: Healing Ministry in the Nigerian Church. The Dangers Next Door. In: Bigard Theological Studies. Enugu. 14, 2. (84-91)

Olayiwola, David O.

    1990: Church and the Healing Ministry in Nigeria. In: Asia Journal of Theology. Singapore. 4. (417-423)

    1993: The Interaction of African Independent Churches with Traditional Religions in Nigeria. In: Studia Missionalia. Rom. 42. (357-370)

    1994: Aladura Christianity in Dialogue with African Traditional Religion (the Yoruba Example). In: Studia Missionalia. Rom. 43. (345-362)

Olupona, Jacob Kehinde

    2002: Africa, West (Survey). In: Burgess, Stanley M.; van der Maas, Eduard M.(eds.): The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and charismatic Movements, Michigan: Zondervan: Grand Rapids, 11-21.

Omenyo, Cephas

    1994: The Charismatic Renewal Movement in Ghana. In: Pneuma. Gaithersburg, Maryland. 16. (169-185)

Omenyo, Cephas Narh

    2002: Charismatic Churches in Ghana and Contextualization. In: Exchange. Bulletin de littérature des églises du Tiers Monde. 31/3. (252-277)

    2002: Pentecost Outside Pentecostalism. A Study of the Development of Charismatic Renewal in the Mainline Churches in Ghana. Zoetermeer: Uitgeverij Boekencentrum. (Mission; 32)

    2005: From the Fringes to the Centre. Pentecostalization of the Mainline Churches in Ghana. In: Exchange. 34/1. (39-60)

Omoyajowo, Justus Akinwale

    1998: The Emergence and Shaping of an African Independent Church. Christ Apostolic Church of Nigeria. Bayreuth: PhD thesis, University of Bayreuth.

Onyinah, Opoku

    2001: Matthew Speaks to Ghanaian Healing Situations. In: Journal of Pentecostal Theology. Sheffield. 10,1. (120-143)

    2004: Pentecostalism and the African Diaspora. An Examination of the Missions Activities of the Church of Pentecost. In: Pneuma. 26/2. (216-241)

Oshitelu, G. A.

    2000: The Trends and Development of Orthodox and Pentecostal Churches in Yorubaland. In: Orita. Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. 32/1. (100-114)

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Contributed by:

André Droogers

Driebergen, Netherlands
Vrije Universiteit

Allan Heaton Anderson

Birmingham, United Kingdom
University of Birmingham

Michael Bergunder

Heidelberg, Germany
University of Heidelberg

Anna Quaas

Heidelberg, Germany
University of Heidelberg

Richard Hugh Burgess

Roehampton, London
University of Roehampton

Jörg Haustein

London
SOAS, University of London
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