Power, politics, and Pentecostals in Latin America

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Full title: Power, politics, and Pentecostals in Latin America / Edward L. Cleary (editor, Professor of Latin American Studies, Providence College, USA); Hannah Stewart-Gambino (editor, Associate Professor of Government, Lehigh University, USA).
Other authors: Cleary, Edward L.
Stewart-Gambino, Hannah.
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245 0 0 |a Power, politics, and Pentecostals in Latin America /  |c Edward L. Cleary (editor, Professor of Latin American Studies, Providence College, USA); Hannah Stewart-Gambino (editor, Associate Professor of Government, Lehigh University, USA). 
260 |a Boulder, Colorado :  |b Westview Press,  |c 1996. 
300 |a 272 pages :  |b notes, bibliography, index 
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505 8 |a Introduction -- Pentecostals, prominence and politics, Edward Cleary; Pentecostals, politics and public space in Latin America, Michael Dodson; Pentecostalism and women in Brazil, Cecilia Loreto Mariz and Maria das Dores Campos Machado; private power or public power -- Pentecostalism, base communities and gender, Carol Drogus; inter-church relations -- exclusion, ecumenism and the poor, Guillermo Cook; Chilean Pentecostalism -- coming of age, E. Cleary and Juan Sepulveda; Pentecostals, conversions and politics in Brazil, Rowan Ireland; Guatemalan Pentecostals -- something of their own, Everett Wilson; a case study of Pentecostalism's journey from Puerto Rico to Allentown, PA, Anna Adams; the tambourines are banging -- the politics of Pentecostal growth in El Salvador, Philip J. Williams; Pentecostals and Evangelicals in Venezuela -- consolidating past gains, moving in new directions, Bryan Froehle; Latin American Pentecostals -- old stereotypes and new challenges, Hannah Stewart-Gambino and E. Wilson. 
520 |a Over 40 million Latin Americans are Protestants, and the vast majority of them belong to some form of Pentecostalism. This work introduces broad issues in the Pentecostal movement, including gender relations, political power and organization, and inter-Pentecostal and ecumenical relations. 
650 0 |a Pentecostal churches  |z Latin America. 
650 0 |a Christianity and politics  |z Latin America  |x History  |y 20th century. 
651 0 |a Latin America  |x Church history  |y 20th century. 
651 0 |a Latin America  |x Politics and government  |y 1980- 
651 0 |a Latin America  |x Religion. 
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