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  • When silence isn't golden: Charismatic speech and the limits of literalism.
    Coleman, Simon (2006)
    In Matthew Engelke and Matt Tomlinson (eds.) The Limits of Meaning: Case Studies in the Anthropology of Christianity. Ossxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 39-63.

    Case study of minister engaging in silence at the pulpit when charismatic norms would have an altar call.

    Associated Search Terms: Sweden; Word of Life; Silence
  • God's Children. Physical and Spiritual Growth among Evangelical Christians.
    Coleman, Simon (1999)
    In Susan J. Palmer and Charlotte E. Hardman (eds.) Children in New Religions. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers UniversityPress, pp. 71-87.

    Based on 1986 & after participant observation in an Evangelical group, Word of Life, in Uppsala. Focuses on religious socialization of the group's children, adolescents, & youth.

    Associated Search Terms: Children; Conservative, Sweden; Participant observation; Word of Life; Sweden, Uppsala; Adolescents; Evangelical, Sweden; Socialization; Youth
  • The charismatic gift.
    Coleman, Simon (1996)
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 10: 421-442.

    Associated Search Terms: Gift; Sweden; Word of Life
  • Controversy and the Social Order: Responses to a Religious Group in Sweden.
    Coleman, Simon (1989)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Cambridge University.

    Associated Search Terms: Sweden, Uppsala; Participant observation; Evangelical, Sweden; Conservative, Sweden; Word of Life
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