Pentecostal centre

Published May 1, 2003

A unique centre has opened in the Netherlands to study Pentecostalism, one of the world’s fastest growing Christian movements – and one which some members claim already accounts for more than one in four Christians worldwide. “Our purpose is not to spread the Pentecostal message, but to study Pentecostalism and its current worldwide expansion,” said the centre’s director, Andre Droogers. Pentecostalism is a Christian renewal movement dating from the early 20th century marked by spontaneity in worship, and including such phenomena as speaking in tongues, prophesying and healing.


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