Evangelical Awakenings in the Anglophone Caribbean: Studies from Grenada and Barbados

This book examines the evangelical Christian worship focusing primarily in the island-state of Grenada. The study is based upon the author’s detailed study of Pentecostal communities in that island-state as well as her own background in Barbados. The study traces the development of Pentecostal relig...

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Main Author: Aymer, Paula L.
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: New York Palgrave Macmillan 2016
Series/Journal:SpringerLink Bücher
Springer eBook Collection Social Sciences
Further subjects:B Religion and sociology
B Social Sciences
B Social sciences
B Imperialism
B Social History
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Parallel Edition:Druckausg.: 978-1-137-56114-5
Printed edition: 9781137561145
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Summary:This book examines the evangelical Christian worship focusing primarily in the island-state of Grenada. The study is based upon the author’s detailed study of Pentecostal communities in that island-state as well as her own background in Barbados. The study traces the development of Pentecostal religious communities from Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Wesleyan Methodist movement
1 Christianizing the West Indies/Caribbean -A Socio-Historical Overview -- 2 Who is Worthy to Serve? The Call to Evangelical Ministry -- 3 Return of the Evangelicals: Pentecostal Revival Meetings -- 4 The Caribbean Religious Environment: The Twentieth Century -- 5 Baptism, Gender and Family Redefined in Caribbean Pentecostalism -- 6 The Evangelical Gospel: Its Socio-Religious Influences in the Caribbean
ISBN:1137561157
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1057/978-1-137-56115-2