The ethnography of a Dutch pentecostal church

Vineyard Utrecht and the international charismatic movement
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Edwin Mellen Press , Lewiston
Vineyard Utrecht, Pentecostal churches -- Netherlands, Experience (Reli
StatementPeter G.A. Versteeg ; with a foreword by Andre Droogers.
SeriesStudies in religion and society -- v. 70
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LC ClassificationsBX8785.Z7 U87 2010
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24049965M
ISBN 100773437207
ISBN 139780773437203
LC Control Number2010003492
OCLC/WorldCa503595903

Book Review: The Ethnography of a Dutch Pentecostal Church. Vineyard Utrecht and the International Charismatic Movement, by Peter Versteeg. / Klaver, M.

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Get this from a library. Getting the Holy Ghost: urban ethnography in a Brooklyn Pentecostal tongue-speaking church. [Peter Marina] -- The focus on the individual process of becoming Pentecostal provides a road map into the church and canvasses an intimate view into the lives of its members, capturing their stories as they proceed.

The Ethnography of a Dutch Pentecostal Church: Vineyard Utrecht and the International Charismatic MovementAuthor: P.G.A. Versteeg. [This book] provides a viable and authentic voice to the Holy Ghost Church congregation of working class African-American and African Caribbean in the Brownsville neighborhood of BrooklynIn essence, Marina provides a[n] objective, well-cited ethnography of a semi-autonomous Pentecostal s: 4.

The Pentecostal Church is known to outsiders almost exclusively for its members’ “bizarre” habit of speaking in tongues.

This ethnography, however, puts those outsiders inside the church. The Ethnography of a Dutch Pentecostal Church. Vineyard Utrecht and the International Charismatic Movement. (Studies in Religion and Society, 70) Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, pp.

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Getting the Holy Ghost: Urban Ethnography in a Brooklyn Pentecostal Tongue‐Speaking Church. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, Pp. Hardback, $ Wolfgang Vondey. Regent University School of Divinity.

Search for more papers by this author. Wolfgang Vondey. Regent University School of Divinity. Search for more papers by this author. Ethnographic Study ofFull Gospel Christian Church. Introduction. This paper provides an in depth ethnographic analysis of a small religious ministry.

Full Gospel Christian Church, hereafter Full Gospel, is a "spirit-filled" ministry in Bloomington, Illinois. The members of the church believe in. The Ethnography of a Dutch Pentecostal Church: Vineyard Utrecht and the International Charismatic Movement.

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Ina collection of open and affirming churches with predominantly African American membership and a Pentecostal style of worship formed a radically new coalition. The group, known now as the Fellowship of Affirming Ministries or TFAM, has at its core the idea of “radical inclusivity”: the powerful assertion that everyone, no matter how seemingly flawed or corrupted, has holiness.

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Williams is the author of Human Dilemma ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Community In A Black Pentecostal Church; An An /5(14). In The Labor of Faith Judith Casselberry examines the material and spiritual labor of the women of the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, Inc., which is based in Harlem and one of the oldest and largest historically Black Pentecostal denominations in the United States.

This male-headed church only functions through the work of the church's women, who, despite making up.

Books shelved as pentecostal: The Spirit Poured Out on All Flesh: Pentecostalism and the Possibility of Global Theology by Amos Yong, The Charismatic The. The Landmark - United Pentecostal Church Twin Falls - Bethel Temple Apostolic Church (UPCI) If you cannot find a church in your area, please type in your city and state at this UPCI Directory Link as it will show all of the churches on a map in and around your area with their locations and contact information.

This church, just like its southern counterpart, also accepted the Calvinist Reformed Confessions of Faith which included the Belgic Confessions of and the Heidelberg Catechism of Unlike the Lutherans, however, the Dutch Reformed Church is.

Pentecostal History By Tim Naab Psalms The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple. Isaiah Bind up the testimony, seal the law among my disciples. And I will wait upon the LORD, that hideth his face from the house of Jacob, and.

Peter Marina delivered a wonderfull research using an ethnographic methodology utilized to study the life and culture of the members of a small pentecostal church located in Brooklyn, New York. Marina is able to profoundly comprehend the complexity of rituals and ceremonies of the pentecostal church that will make the permanence in the future Reviews: 4.

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Inever had any thoughts of translating it into English, as about that time there had been various books published on the subject. Arequest has lately corne to me from Holland urging that it should appear in English too, specially for the sake of some English friends with whom those inHolland had been in close.

Peter G.A. Versteeg, The Ethnography of a Dutch Pentecostal Church: Vineyard Utrecht and the International Charismatic Movement (Lewiston, NY: Edwin. The aim of Yong’s book is quite straight-forward: to set forth a biblical theology of mission from a pneumatological perspective; more precisely, its theology of mission is based on a theological interpretation of Scripture from the perspective of the Pentecost phenomenon (pp.

12–13). From this perspective, Yong works through the entire Bible to discern the intersections between. Katrien Pype's book deals with the production of Pentecostal television fiction in contemporary Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo).

It documents the makobe or what Pype calls the “Pentecostal melodrama” as a cultural product, that is a “teleserials that follow the same plotline, feature the same fictional characters” and transmit the same Christian message. The book offers a valuable look at a spiritual tradition that remains vibrant and (perhaps increasingly) relevant in our now thoroughly technologized world.

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Revolutionary Pentecostal Church), whereas the vast majority of Chilean Pentecostal churches supported the militaries. The common goal of OKKI, EDAPES and its mother church IPR was to contribute to the social development of Chile’s lower-class people in general and raise political consciousness of Pentecostal church people in particular.

Peter Marina, Getting the Holy Ghost: Urban Ethnography in a Brooklyn Pentecostal Tongue-Speaking Church (Lexington Books, ). $ hardback. in Pneuma. Author: Ida E. Jones 1 View More View Less.

1 Assistant Curator of Manuscripts Moorland Spingarn Research Center Howard University Washington, DC. Faith and the Pursuit of Health explores how Pentecostal Christians manage chronic illness in ways that sheds light on health disparities and social suffering in Samoa, a place where rates of obesity and related cardiometabolic disorders have reached population-wide levels.

Pentecostals grapple with how to maintain the health of their congregants in an environment that fosters cardiometabolic. Versteeg, P.G.A.: The Ethnography of a Dutch Pentecostal Church.

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Vineyard Utrecht and the International Charismatic Movement. (Studies in Religion and Society, 70) Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. ISBN PDF: Miranda Klaver: 8. Dutch Reformed Church in America (the 18th century) — Joel Beeke. Editors. Michael A. G. Haykin is professor of church history and biblical spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.

Robert Davis Smart is senior minister of Christ Church in Bloomington, Illinois.Reciprocal Ethnography and the Power of Women’s Narratives traces the genesis and development of this practice throughout Lawless’s career, from her fieldwork with rural Pentecostal women preachers, her later, reciprocal projects with women in ministry, and her writings on the life stories of survivors of domestic violence.