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Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research

Table of Contents #9

February 2001

 

Dr. Allan Anderson, Co-ordinator, Research Unit for Pentecostal Studies, Centre for Missiology and World Christianity, University of Birmingham. "Pentecostals and Apartheid in South Africa during Ninety Years." This paper was read at the conference of the African Studies Association of the UK, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, 11 September 2000. This article is available for use in Microsoft Reader. One must first install the freely distributed Microsoft Reader before downloading Dr. Anderson's article.

Dr. Jean-Daniel Plüss "The Frog King or the Coming of Age of Pentecostalism." This paper was read to the July 1999 conference of the European Pentecostal Charismatic Research Association. This article is available for use in Microsoft Reader. One must first install the freely distributed Microsoft Reader before downloading the article by Dr. Plüss

Marlon Millner"We've come this far by faith: Pentecostalism and political and social upward mobility among African-Americans." This article was commissioned by the Phillips Foundation. This article is available for use in Microsoft Reader. One must first install the freely distributed Microsoft Reader before downloading Mr. Millner's article3/8/13: This article is now available as a pdf.

Bernardo Campos, "EL PENTECOSTALISMO, EN LA FUERZA DEL ESPÍRITU ." This paper was presented to the 1994 World Council of Churches-Pentecostal consultation in Lima, Peru. The entire collection of papers presented at WCC-Pentecostal Consultations are now available online including an English translation of this paper. This article is available for use in Microsoft Reader. One must first install the freely distributed Microsoft Reader before downloading the article by Rev. Campos

CPCR #9 has been collected into a single file for use in Microsoft Reader.

Issue #9 features an experiment involving the use of Microsoft Reader. The excellent navigation system of Ms Reader can be learned quickly. Microsoft Reader works on PCs, laptops, and Pocket CE devices.  Classic books are available for free from Scorpius Digital Publishing and Amazon, among others. Major religious publishers have adopted this as their standard for e-books. See Christianity Today (2/19/01)  "Ten Books, Twenty-Two Ounces" by Cindy Crosby. Mac users are encouraged to use virtual pc.  Comments on the use of this format in CPCR are welcome.

ISSN: 1523-1216

NOTE:  This e-journal is maximized for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 5.5. A lesser browser will not be able to see Greek and Hebrew characters, among other features. For more information on encoding non-Roman characters, see James Adair, General Editor, TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism.

 

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