Power, politics, and Pentecostals in Latin America
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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).
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Table of Contents:
- 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.