Pentecostal Re‐Evangelization of Africa in the 1990s
This chapter examines the changing face and emphases of Pentecostalism over time. It argues that the explosive growth of African Pentecostalism intensified in the 1990s through a vigorous evangelization program, and thereby created a very complex religious environment. The aftereffect of the movement's growth is also considered.
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