Third-force Christianity

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Third-force Christianity is collective term for 19th and 20th century Christian movements that were neither Roman Catholic nor Protestant in origin; hence the idea of a third force. It refers to Pentecostalism, Millennialism, and the Holiness movement. The Charismatic movement is an integration of earlier third-force Christianity into the mainline Protestant and Roman Catholic churches.