Prophetic Pentecostalism in Chile: A Case Study on Religion and Development Policy
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BeschreibungFrom his anthropological fieldwork in Chile from 1991-92, Kamsteeg interprets prophetic Pentecostalism as a multifaceted phenomenon; its particular manifestation in Latin America; the growth and vicissitudes of the Chilean nonclassical brand of Pentecostalism; and the impact in a working-class Santiago neighborhood. . .[A] useful glossary augments the analysis.--BOOK NEWS
PortraitFrans Kamsteeg studied at the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam. He has done fieldwork in Peru and Chile, and is also author of More Than Opium.
Pressestimmen..working class in governmental organizationnnnn Heiser He gives an enlightening expose of how the church has historically accommodated differing worldviews in the Renaissance, Enlightenment, Modernist, Romantic, and postmodern periods. Missiology: An International Review An interesting social study on the evolution of a church and its community in a period of great political change. British Bulletin of Publications on Latin America, the Caribbean, Portugal and Spain The considerable value of Kamsteeg's study is his insights into how Pentecostals relate to the world around them, the manner in which they must wrestle with the conditions of their social, economic, and political environments, despite their usual premillenial bias against worldly environment. Journal Of The Society For Pentecostal Studies From his anthropological fieldwork in Chile from 1991-92, Kamsteeg interprets prophetic Pentecostalism as a multifaceted phenomenon; its particular manifestation in Latin America; the growth and vicissitudes of the Chilean nonclassical brand of Pentecostalism; the impact in a working-class Santiago neighborhood...useful glossary augments the analysis. Reference and Research Book News ..working class in governmental organization Heiser
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SCARECROW PRESS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: November 1998
Seitenanzahl: 292 Seiten