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Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research

Table of Contents #11*

February 2002


Huibert Zegwaart, "Christian Experience in Community," paper delivered to the International Roman Catholic - Pentecostal Dialogue that met June 30 to July 7, 2001 in Celje, Slovenia. The author is General Secretary for the Broederschap van Pinkstergemeenten.

Virginia T. Nolivos, Associate Professor of Christian Education and Theology, Seminario Sudamericano (Ecuador), "Pentecostal Paradigm for the Latin America Family: An Instrument of Transformation." This paper was presented to the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Asian Pentecostal Society and the 10th International Theological Conference on the Holy Spirit. The meeting conveyed May 28, 2001 at Bethesda Christian University in Anaheim, California. This was held just prior to the 19th Pentecostal World Fellowship Conference held in Los Angeles, California.

Daniel F. Flores, Caspersen Graduate School at Drew University, PhD (candidate) in Theological and Religious Studies: American Religion and Culture, "Guerilla Christianity: Towards Recovering an Apocalyptic Paradigm for Spirit-filled Ministry."

Dr. Nils Olov Nilsson, "The Development of the Church Concept in the Swedish Pentecostal Movement: 1913-1948." This article is a chapter from the author's dissertation titled "The Swedish Pentecostal Movement 1913-2000: The Tension Between Radical Congregationalism, Restorationism and Denominationalism."


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