The new charismatics II / Richard Quebedeaux. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: San Francisco : Harper and Row, [(c)1983.Edition: revised edition., 1st Harper & Row edDescription: xv, 272 pages ; 21 cmContent type:
- BR1644.N493 1983
- BR1644.Q3.N493 1983
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Bibliography: pages 241-256.
The nature of charismatic renewal The background. Pentecostalism old and new ; Penetration of "established" churches ; The spiritual gifts ; The miraculous and the nonmiraculous ; The charismatics in history Beginnings in North America. Black and white origins ; Distinctive religious style ; Basic theology and ethics ; Recruitment ; Mainline ecclesiastical disapproval and rapid spread ; Diffusion of the movement ; In Great Britain: an early unitive "experiment" that failed The path to renewal. Beginnings ; "Outburst of tongues" at St. Mark's ; An increasingly recognizable movement ; Rapid spread to other parts of the world ; All roads lead to Rome: Catholic Pentecostals ; The New Pentecostalism today The leadership of charismatic renewal. The trusted authority figure ; Prominent charismatic leaders ; Organizational leaders ; Editors and publishers ; Preachers and lecturers ; Important early leaders Faith and practice. Prominence of the laity ; Young people and women ; Spiritual authority ; Human authority ; The Josephine Ford controversy ; The rise of "shepherding" ; Evangelism ; Fellowship ; Prayer meetings ; Unity in diversity ; General theological orientation ; Baptism in the Holy Spirit ; Water baptism and confirmation ; Sacramental intercommunion ; Neopentecostal culture: accomodation of holiness to the middle class ; Spirit baptism and social change ; Patterns of worship The development of classical Pentecostalism and charismatic renewal in contrast. Theology ; Worship ; Ecclesiastical stance ; Mind and spirit ; Christ and culture ; Constituency From opposition to acceptance. Early opposition within historic denominations ; Gradual acceptance by ecclesiastical authorities ; Changing attitudes ; Reactions from classical Pentecostalism The reasons for success. The ecumenical movement ; Vatican II ; Wider acceptance of theological dissent ; General spread of secularization ; Young people ; In the middle class ; Statistics ; Religious experience and "instantism" in modern culture ; Increased leisure time ; Antiinstitutionalism ; "Rediscovery" of the supernatural ; Charismatic renewal and other contemporary movements The achievement of charismatic renewal.