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Vol 18, No 1 (2019)

Special Issue: Global Entanglements and Pentecostal Identity Politics

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Guest Editors: Giovanni Maltese, Judith Bachmann andKatja Rakow

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Jörg Haustein 5-6


Negotiating Evangelicalism and Pentecostalism: Global Entanglements, Identity Politics and the Future of Pentecostal Studies PDF
Giovanni Maltese , Judith Bachmann , Katja Rakow 7-19
Evangelical, Charismatic and Pentecostal in Israel: Local Politics and Global Relevance PDF
Anna Kirchner 20-39
The Salvation Army, “Pentecostals” and “Evangelicals”. Negotiating Service and Spirituality, Social Commitment and Caste in India and Worldwide. PDF
Johanna Weirich 40-57
Pentecostal or Born Again? The Relevance of Demarcation Practices for the Study of Nigerian Christianity PDF
Judith Bachmann 58-78
Negotiation Processes of “Pentecostal” and “Evangelical” Identity in Costa Rica PDF
Nora Kurzewitz 79-98
The Transcultural Dynamics of Naming: The Appropriation and Contestation of Evangelical and Pentecostal as Identity Markers in Local Contexts PDF
Katja Rakow , Esther Berg-Chan 99-110


ELORM-DONKOR, Lord and Clifton CLARKE. African Pentecostal Missions Maturing: Essays in Honor of Apostle Opoku Onyinah PDF
Johnson Elijah Amamnsunu 111-113
FAIMAU, Gabriel and William O. LESITAOKANA (eds). New Media and the Mediatisation of Religion: An African Perspective PDF
Naar M’fundisi-Holloway 114-116
PERRY, David. Spirit Baptism: The Pentecostal Experience in Theological Focus PDF
Chigor Chike 117-118
SÁNCHEZ WALSH, Arlene M. Pentecostals in America PDF
Stephen Hunt 119-120
SWENSON, Don. Alleluia: An Ethnographic Study PDF
Michael Wilkinson 121-123

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