Ever since its beginnings, Pentecostalism has had a missionary fervor that made it seem to spread as if by spontaneous combustion. Anderson mines the diaries and letters of leaders around the globe to give you a flavor of the movement's momentum during its first 25 years, then sums up current practices and theology. 320 pages, softcover. Orbis.
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