charismatic movement


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charismatic movement

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1. (Protestantism) Christianity any of various groups, within existing denominations, that emphasize communal prayer and the charismatic gifts of speaking in tongues, healing, etc
2. (Roman Catholic Church) Christianity any of various groups, within existing denominations, that emphasize communal prayer and the charismatic gifts of speaking in tongues, healing, etc
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His father, Eddie, the founder of the Jesus is Lord Christian charismatic movement had ran for President in 2004 and 2010 and failed as with his attempt to run for senator in 2013.
The trial has heard that for a time in the 1970s, Gibson was a subscriber to the co-counselling theories of the Charismatic Movement which was popular in church circles at that time.
The charismatic movement, similar in many respects to Pentecostalism, revitalised some churches at this time, but their new styles of worship, combining soft-rock music and a folksy informality, probably alienated just as many.
There is also Caritas Internationalis (CI) or others like International Catholic Workers Movement (IYCW) or the International Charismatic Movement that represent the charismatic or creative change element in the Church "from below.
5) Since the beginning of the 20th century, (6) Pentecostalism and later on the Charismatic movement spread not only on the North American continent, but also in Europe, Australia/oceania, latin America, Africa and Asia, and attracted a large number of adherents--around half a billion believers.
He was a member of Our Lady of the Angels Church, active in the Charismatic Movement, a Friend of Bill Wilson's for 41 years and a former member of the Knights of Columbus.
For many the Azusa Street revival has become a personal spiritual marker, the Genesis of the Charismatic movement as we know it today.
Given his active support for the charismatic movement in his Diocese, one can only be concerned that he could be prepared to ordain women," Gillibrand wrote.
The Wogeos have been predominantly Catholics since the 1950s and the charismatic movement started in the mid-1990s.
Kirkland, Washington) shows how the Charismatic Movement took hold and spread in the US throughout the 1960s and 1970s through classical Pentecostalism, and how du Plessis' (1905-87) tortured relationship with the Assemblies of God is illustrative not of an uncontrollable lunatic fighting against a commodified and defiant denomination, but rather two particular visions of the purpose and mission of Pentecostals working themselves out in the wider world.
The 52-year-old Oliver is a member of the Brotherhood of Hope, an organization that has its roots in the Catholic charismatic movement.
Pentecostalism and Prosperity: The Socioeconomics of the Global Charismatic Movement (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).