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  • The Heavenly Touch Ministry in the age of Millennial Capitalism. A Phenomenological Perspective.
    Kim, Sung-Gun (2012)
    Nova Religio 15:3: 51-64.

    Sees the Heavenly Touch Ministry as a product of global capitalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Heavenly Touch Ministry; Pentecostal, Korea; Korea (South); Prosperity Gospel, Korea
  • Korean Protestant Christianity in the midst of globalization: neoliberalism and the pentecostalization of Korean churches.
    Kim, Sung Gun (2007)
    Korea Journal 47:4: 147-170.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Korea; Pentecostal, Korea; Globalization; Korea (South)
  • Pentecôtisme en Corée.
    Luca, Nathalie (1999)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 105: 99-123.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Korea; Korea
  • Pentecôtismes en Corée.
    Lucca, Nathalie (1999)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 44/105: 99-123.

    Associated Search Terms: Church of Providence; Full Gospel Church, Korea; Pentecostal, Korea; Korea
  • The empire strikes back. Korean Pentecostal missions to Japan.
    Mullins, Mark R. (1994)
    In Karla Poewe (ed.) Charismatic Christianity as a Global Culture. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, pp. 87-102.

    Background history of American Pentecostal msision to Korea; study of Korean Pentecostal missions to Japan. Koreans tend to 'shamanize' Pentecostalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Korea; Pentecostal, Japan; Missions; Shamanism; Korea (South)
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