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'''Charismatic movement''', or Charismatic renewal, refers to spirit-filled services and masses (e.g., integration of [[Third-force Christianity]]) within traditional Christian denominations.  It is a relatively recent phenomenon.  It can be found in [[Roman Catholic]], [[Episcopalian]], [[Lutheran]], and [[Presbyterian]] churches among others. [[Speaking in tongues]] is common.
 
'''Charismatic movement''', or Charismatic renewal, refers to spirit-filled services and masses (e.g., integration of [[Third-force Christianity]]) within traditional Christian denominations.  It is a relatively recent phenomenon.  It can be found in [[Roman Catholic]], [[Episcopalian]], [[Lutheran]], and [[Presbyterian]] churches among others. [[Speaking in tongues]] is common.
  
==1967 Surpise==
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==Catholics==
In 1967 the beginning of Catholic Pentecostalism surprised many inside and outside the Church.  Its origin was amongst thousands of Catholic lay leaders.  This movement's beginning is marked by Catholics publically speaking in tongues. <ref>* Synan, Vinson. ''The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition: Charismatic Movements in the Twentieth Century.'' (Eerdmans, 1997). 340 pp., page 240, 243 </ref>
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In 1967 the emergence of Catholic Pentecostalism surprised many inside and outside the Church.  Its origin was among thousands of Catholic lay leaders.  This movement's beginning is marked by Catholics publically speaking in tongues. <ref>Vinson  Synan, ''The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition: Charismatic Movements in the Twentieth Century.'' (Eerdmans, 1997). 340 pp., page 240, 243 </ref>
  
 
==Further reading==
 
==Further reading==
 
* Dunn, James D G. [http://books.google.com/books?id=mvJmxO2EN68C ''Baptism in the Holy Spirit: A Re-examination of the New Testament Teaching on the Gift of the Spirit in Relation to Pentecostalism Today.''] SCM Press, 1970.
 
* Dunn, James D G. [http://books.google.com/books?id=mvJmxO2EN68C ''Baptism in the Holy Spirit: A Re-examination of the New Testament Teaching on the Gift of the Spirit in Relation to Pentecostalism Today.''] SCM Press, 1970.
* Synan, (Harold) Vinson. ''The Holiness-Pentecostal Movement in the United States.'' (Eerdmans, 1971). 248 pp.  
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* Synan, Vinson. ''The Holiness-Pentecostal Movement in the United States.'' (Eerdmans, 1971). 248 pp.  
* Synan, (Harold) Vinson. [http://books.google.com/books?id=Q-npoRWoZuUC ''The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition: Charismatic Movements in the Twentieth Century.''] (Eerdmans, 1997). 340 pp.  
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* Synan, Vinson. [http://books.google.com/books?id=Q-npoRWoZuUC ''The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition: Charismatic Movements in the Twentieth Century.''] (Eerdmans, 1997). 340 pp.  
 
* Hamilton, Michael P. (Ed.). ''The Charismatic Movement'' (Eerdmans, 1975). 194 pp.
 
* Hamilton, Michael P. (Ed.). ''The Charismatic Movement'' (Eerdmans, 1975). 194 pp.
 
* Williams, J. Rodman. ''The Pentecostal Reality: A Prominent theologian takes a hard look at the Charismatic in the Charismatic Renewal''. (Logos International, 1972). 109 pp. favorable ([[Presbyterian]] perspective) [http://www.cbn.com/spirituallife/BibleStudyAndTheology/DrWilliams/BK_Pentacostal_preface.aspx online edition]
 
* Williams, J. Rodman. ''The Pentecostal Reality: A Prominent theologian takes a hard look at the Charismatic in the Charismatic Renewal''. (Logos International, 1972). 109 pp. favorable ([[Presbyterian]] perspective) [http://www.cbn.com/spirituallife/BibleStudyAndTheology/DrWilliams/BK_Pentacostal_preface.aspx online edition]

Revision as of 19:48, 17 August 2009

Charismatic movement, or Charismatic renewal, refers to spirit-filled services and masses (e.g., integration of Third-force Christianity) within traditional Christian denominations. It is a relatively recent phenomenon. It can be found in Roman Catholic, Episcopalian, Lutheran, and Presbyterian churches among others. Speaking in tongues is common.

Catholics

In 1967 the emergence of Catholic Pentecostalism surprised many inside and outside the Church. Its origin was among thousands of Catholic lay leaders. This movement's beginning is marked by Catholics publically speaking in tongues. [1]

Further reading

see also

  • Vinson Synan, The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition: Charismatic Movements in the Twentieth Century. (Eerdmans, 1997). 340 pp., page 240, 243