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PentecoStudies 16.2 (autumn 2017)

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Editorial

Editorial PDF
Allan H. Anderson 157-159

Articles

Between the Private and the Public Sphere: Pentecostals Dealing with Witchcraft in Ibadan, Nigeria PDF
Judith Bachmann 160-177
From an Encounter with God to a Life with God: Typology of Conversion in Russian Pentecostal Churches PDF
Roman Poplavsky , Vera Klyueva 178-201
Pentecostalism, Open Economic Policy and Sinhala Buddhist nationalism in Sri Lanka PDF
Koji Kawashima 202-215
Pentecostalism as Cultural Resistance: Music and Tongue-speaking as Collective Response in a Brooklyn Church PDF
Peter Marina , Michael Wilkinson 216-242

Reviews

BAUMANN, Chad, Pentecostals, Proselytisation, and Anti-Christian Violence in Contemporary India. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. 208pp. ISBN 9780190202095 PDF
Savio Abreu 243-245
COLEMAN, Simon, HACKETT, Rosalind I. J. (eds), The Anthropology of Global Pentecostalism and Evangelicalism. New York: New York University Press. 2015. 268pp. ISBN 9780814772607 PDF
Natalia Zawiejska 246-248
NOEL, Bradley Truman, Pentecostalism, Secularism, and Post Christendom. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2015. 292 pp. ISBN: 9781498229364 PDF
Wonsuk Ma 249-251
QUAYESI-AMAKYE, Joseph, Christology and Evil in Ghana: Towards a Pentecostal Public Theology. Amsterdam: Ropodi. 2013. 364pp. ISBN: 9789042037533 PDF
Confidence Worlanyo Bansah 252-254
VAN DE KAMP, Linda, Violent Conversion: Brazilian Pentecostalism and Urban Women in Mozambique. Woodbridge: James Currey, 2016. 236pp. ISBN: 9781847011527 PDF
Devaka Premawardhana 255-257

 

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