A re-exploration of themes within Pentecostalism from one of the foremost African American scholars of the movement who challenges some long-held pre-conceptions. The author revisits understandings of the influence of African spirituality, the lack of social engagement and liturgical presence, myths concerning women's freedom, race relations within the movement, ecumenical implications of tongues speaking, the inside controversy over the nature of the Godhead and posits a need for a Pentecostal theology of social justice.

The Other Pentecostalism: Alternative Themes Contemporary Renewal Spirituality

SKU: 1809