The following sites are worth visiting:
The European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism (GLOPENT), of which the Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies at the University is an integral part, maintains its web gateway at www.glopent.net There are many resources and further links there. A linked website for academic research into Pentecostalism is that maintained by the Hollenweger Center in the Netherlands. Here there is an online journal called PentecoStudies, the official journal of GLOPENT.
A site maintained by Dr Harold Hunter is that of the Pentecostal- Charismatic Theological Inquiry International. He edits a cyberjournal called Cyberjournal of Pentecostal and Charismatic Research, with links to many other sites relevant to this subject. See www.pctii.org
Another site is that of the Society for Pentecostal Studies. This site has several useful hyperlinks and bibliographical information.
Another is that maintained by the Pneuma Foundation, containing several relevant sites and online materials for Pentecostal Studies.
The Assemblies of God archives in Springfield, Missouri are called the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center. Here there is access to much electronic material including Pentecostal periodicals and publications no longer in print.
The Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies also maintains an online journal. A new website is that of the Asian Pentecostal Society.
On this website there is a page called Pentecostal Sites with many interesting links to Pentecostal and Charismatic movements and academic institutions.
A website on new religious movements was created by the Research Unit for New Religions and Churches in our department, although now out of date:
The Department of Theology at the University of Birmingham has a departmental website to which this site is linked. Information on other programmes in the department and the academic profiles of other colleagues will be found there. See www.theology.bham.ac.uk