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  • The trouble with Good News. Scripture and charisma in Northern Ireland.
    Murphy, Liam D. (2009)
    In James S. Bielo (ed.) The Social Life of Scriptures. Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Biblicism. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 10-29.

    Unlike the use of the Bible as a symbol in Unionist Northern Irish identity, charismatics use "gifts" mentioned in specific texts for their identity.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain, Northern Ireland; Identity; Orange Order; Pentecostal, neo, Great Britain
  • From England's Nazareth to Sweden's Jerusalem. Movement, (Virtual) Landscapes and Pilgrimage.
    Coleman, Simon (2004)
    In Simon Coleman and John Eade (eds.) Reframing Pilgrimage Cultures in Motion. London: Routledge, pp. 45-68..

    Focuses on pilgrims taking concerns from home to sacred places. Uses the examples of Roman & Anglo Catholics at Walsingham & Word of Life (Evangelical) Swedes at Jerusalem.

    Associated Search Terms: Sweden; Comparative; Pentecostal, neo, Sweden; Church of England; Pilgrimage; Livets Ord, Sweden; Catholic, Great Britain; Great Britain
  • The Influence of the Charismatic Movement on Local Church Life. A Compartive Study among Anglican Rural, Urban and Suburban Churches.
    Francis, Leslie J., David W. Lankshear, and Susan H. Jones (2000)
    Journal of Contemporary Religion 15:1: 121-130.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, neo, Great Britain; Church of England; Great Britain; Comparative; Urban/rural
  • Charismatic Communitarianism and the Jesus Fellowship.
    Newell, Keith (1997)
    In Stephen Hunt, Malcolm Hamilton, and Tony Walter (eds.) Charismatic Christianity. Sociological Perspectives. New York: St. Martin's; London: Macmillan, pp. 120-139.

    Overview of Jesus Fellowship communities in Great Britain.

    Associated Search Terms: Commune; Pentecostal, neo, Great Britain; Jesus Fellowship
  • Charismatic Politics: The Social and Political Impact of Renewal.
    Thompson, William (1997)
    In Stephen Hunt, Malcolm Hamilton, and Tony Walter (eds.) Charismatic Christianity. Sociological Perspectives. New York: St. Martin's; London: Macmillan, pp. 160-183.

    Neo-pentecostals joined the efforts of the Christian right, making it politically effective in Britain. Unlike the American case, British politics did not confine the religious conservatives to the more conservative of the political parties.

    Associated Search Terms: Great Britain; Moral panic; Moral; Politics, Great Britain; Conservative, Great Britain; Pentecostal, neo, Great Britain
  • "On or Off the Bus": Identity, Belonging, and Schims. A Case Study of a Neo-pentecostal House Church.
    Chambers, Paul (1997)
    In Stephen Hung, Malcolm Hamilton, and Tony Walter (eds.), Charismatic Christianity. Sociological Perspectives. New York: St. Martin's; London: MacMillan, pp. 140-159.

    Middle class countercultural converts entering a Wales Elim Pentecostal church in the 1980s led to schism. The old congregation all but died; the new had a 2nd schism along age lines. The younger group became a short-lived authoritarian commune.

    Associated Search Terms: Network; Stratification; Great Britain, South Wales, Pontnewydd; Jesus movement; Schism; Elim Pentecostal Church; Participant observation; Pentecostal, neo, Great Britain
  • Dimensions in Neopentecostal Identity in the Church of England.
    Ball, Peter (1981)
    European Journal of Social Psychology 11: 349-363.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, neo, Great Britain; Great Britain; Identity; Church of England
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