AFRICA

1.1 GENERAL

Anderson, Allan H 1991. “Pentecostal Pneumatology and African Power Concepts: Continuity or Change?”. Missionalia 19:1 (65-74)

      1993 “African Pentecostalism and the Ancestor Cult: Confrontation or Compromise?”. Missionalia 21:1 (26-39)

      1999  “African Pentecostals in Mission”, SMT: Swedish Missiological Themes/ Svensk Missions Tidskrift 87:3 (389-404)

      1999 “The Gospel and Culture in Pentecostal Missions in the Third World”, Missionalia 27:2 (220-30)

      1999 “African Indigenous Churches and Pentecostalism”, Mission Studies 16-2, 32 (197-198)

      2000  “The Gospel and African Religion”, International Review of Mission 89: 354 (373-383)

      2000 “Evangelism and the Growth of Pentecostalism in Africa”. Paper read at the Africa Forum of the Churches’ Commission on Mission, United College of the Ascension, Selly Oak, Birmingham, 11-12 April 2000

      2000 “The Pentecostal Gospel, Religion and Culture in African Perspective”. Paper read at the History of Religion seminar, University of Oxford, 29 May 2000

      2000 “Appointed by God: the growth of African Independent Churches and their impact on local expressions of faith’, Inside Out: Journal of the Council for World Mission 17 (26-27)

      2000 “The Gospel and African Religion”, Paper read at the Conference of the Partnership of African Christian Communities in Europe, Westminster College, Cambridge, 17 September 1999, International Review of Mission 89: 354 (373-383)

      2000. “The Mission Initiatives of African Pentecostals in Continental Perspective”, M.L. Daneel (ed), African Christian Outreach, Vol 1: The African Initiated Churches, Pretoria: Southern African Missiological Society, 2001; and Missionalia 28:2/3 (83-98)

      2001. “Pentecostals in Africa: The Shape of Future Christanity?” Viggo Mortenson (ed)The Charismatic Movement and the Churches, Occasional Papers 2, Center for Multireligious Studies: University of Aarhus, Denmark (25-42)

      2001. ”Types and Butterflies: African Initiated Churches and European Typologies”, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 25:3 (107-113)

      2001. “A ‘Failure in Love’? Western Missions and the Emergence of African Initiated Churches in the Twentieth Century”, Missiology: An International Review, XXIX:3 (275-286)

      2001. “Stretching the Definitions? Pneumatology and ‘Syncretism’ in African Pentecostalism”. JPT 10:1 (98-119)

      2002. ‘Christian Missionaries and “Heathen Natives”: The Cultural Ethics of Early Pentecostal Missionaries’, JEPTA: Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association XXII, 2002 (4-29).

      2002. ‘The newer Pentecostal and Charismatic churches: the shape of future Christianity in Africa?’, Pneuma 24:2 (167-184)

      2004. “Writing the Pentecostal History of Africa, Asia and Latin America”, Journal of Beliefs and Values 25:2 (139-151)

      2005. “Revising Pentecostal History in Global Perspective”, Allan Anderson & Edmond Tang (eds.), Asian and Pentecostal: The Charismatic Face of Christianity in Asia. Oxford: Regnum & Baguio City: APTS Press (147-173)

Asamoah-Gyadu, J. Kwabena 2005. "‘Function to Function’: Reinventing the Oil of Influence in African Pentecostalism", JPT 13:2 (231-256)

Brouwer, S, Gifford, P & Rose, SD 1996. ‘The “New” Christianity in Africa: the Charismatic Explosion’, Exporting the American Gospel: Global Christian Fundamentalism. New York & London: Routledge (151-78).

Corten, André 1997. ‘The Growth of the Literature on Afro-American, Latin American and African Pentecostalism’, Journal of Contemporary Religion 12:3 (311-330)

Gräbe, P.J. 2002. ‘The Pentecostal discovery of the New Testament theme of God’s power and its relevance to the African context’, Pneuma 24:2 (225-242)

Hittenberger, Jeffrey S. 2004. 'Globalization, "Marketization", and the Mission of Pentecostal Higher Education in Africa', Pneuma 26:2 (182-215)

Kalu, Ogbu U. 2002. ‘Preserving a worldview: Pentecostalism in the African maps of the universe’, Pneuma 24:2 (110-137)

Larbi, Kingsley 2002. ‘African Pentecostalism in the context of global Pentecostal ecumenical fraternity: challenges and opportunities’, Pneuma 24:2 (138-166)

Macchia. Frank D 2002. ‘African enacting theology: A rediscovery of an ancient tradition?’, Pneuma 24:2 (105-109)

Nwankwo, Lawrence 2002. “’You have received the Spirit of power’ (2 Tim. 1:7): Reviewing the Prosperity Message in the Light of a Theology of Empowerment”. JEPTA XXII (56-77)

Omenyo, Cephas N 2000. “Essential Aspects of African Ecclesiology: The Case of the African Independent Churches”, Pneuma 22:2 (231-248)

Oskarsson, Gunilla Nyberg 1999. “African ‘Pentecostalism’”. SMT: Swedish Missiological Themes/ Svensk Missions Tidskrift 87:3 (405-418)

Yong, Amos 2006. "Justice Deprived, Justice Demanded: Afropentecostalisms and the Task of World Pentecostal Theology Today", JPT 15:1 (127-147)

1.2    WEST AFRICA

Adeboye, Olufunke, 2007. '"Arrowhead" of Nigerian Pentecostalism: The Redeemed Christian Church of God, 1952-2005', Pneuma 29:1 (2007), 24-58.

Akinsanya, Gbolahan 1999. ‘Transcending Ethnic Barriers: Pentecostalism in the Nigerian Context’, SPS Vol. 1. 1999

Asamoah-Gyadu, Kwabena J. 1997. “’Missionaries without Robes’: Lay Charismatic Fellowships and the Evangelization of Ghana”. Pneuma 19:2 (167-188)

      1998. ‘The Church in the African State: The Pentecostal/Charismatic Experience in Ghana’. Journal of African Christian Thought, 1:2 (51-7)

      2001. ‘Education, Growth, and Maturity in African Pentecostal Movements’, SPS 2001.

      2005. '"Christ is the Answer": What is the Question? A Ghana Airways Prayer Vigil and its Implications for Religion, Evil and Public Space'. Journal of Religion in Africa 35:1 (93-117)

      2005 "An African Pentecostal on Mission in Eastern Europe: The Church of the 'Embassy of God' in the Ukraine", Pneuma 27:2 (297-321)

      2005. "‘Function to Function’: Reinventing the Oil of Influence in African Pentecostalism", JPT 13:2 (231-256)

Brouwer, S, Gifford, P & Rose, SD 1996, ‘Christianity in Liberia’, Exporting the American Gospel: Global Christian Fundamentalism. New York & London: Routledge, 1996 (131-50).

Burgess, Richard 2002. ‘ Crisis and renewal: Civil War Revival and the new Pentecostal churches in Nigeria’s Igboland’, Pneuma 24:2 (205-224)

Ejizu, Christopher I 1991. “Cosmological Perspectives on Exorcism and Prayer-Healing in Contemporary Nigeria”. Mission Studies 8:2, 16 (165-176)

Hackett, Rosalind I J 1996. “New Directions and Connections for African and Asian Charismatics”. Pneuma 18:1 (69-78)

  1998. “Charismatic/ Pentecostal Appropriation of Media Technologies in Nigeria and Ghana”. Journal of Religion in Africa 28:3 (258-277)

Hunt, Stephen 2000. “The ‘New’ Black Pentecostal Churches in Britain”. Paper presented at CESNUR Conference, Riga, Latvia, August 2000. www.cesnur.org/conferences/riga2000/hunt.htm

      2002. ‘”A Church for All Nations”: The Redeemed Christian Church of God’, Pneuma 24:2 (185-204)

Kalu, Ogbu U. 1998. ‘The Third Response: Pentecostalism and the Reconstruction of Christian Experience in Africa, 1970-1995’, Journal of African Christian Thought, 1:2 (3-16)

                ¾  2004. “Sharia and Islam in Nigerian Pentecostal Rhetoric, 1970-2003”, Pneuma 26:2 (242-61)

Marshall, Ruth 1995. “’God is not a Democrat’: Pentecostalism and Democratization in Nigeria”, in Gifford, Paul (ed), The Christian Churches and the Democratization of Africa (Studies in Religion 12). Leiden: EJ Brill (239-260)

Marshall-Fratani, Ruth 1998. “Mediating the Global and Local in Nigerian Pentecostalism”. Journal of Religion in Africa 28:3 (278-315)

Mary, André 2000. “The Political Imaginative in the Assemblies of God in the Burkina Faso: Demonisation of the Other and the Others”. Unpublished paper, HTC

Meyer, Birgit 1998. “’Make a Complete Break with the Past’: Memory and Post-Colonial Modernity in Ghanaian Pentecostalist Discourse”. Journal of Religion in Africa 28:3 (316-349)

Ojo, Matthews A 1997. “The Dynamics of Indigenous Charismatic Missionary Enterprises in West Africa”. Missionalia 25:4 (537-561)

      1998. “Indigenous Gospel Music and Social Reconstruction in Modern Nigeria”. Missionalia 26:2 (210-231)

      1998. ‘The Church in the African State: The Charismatic/Pentecostal Experience in Nigeria’, Journal of African Christian Thought, 1:2 (25-32).

Omenyo, Cephas 1994. “The Charismatic Movement in Ghana”. Pneuma 16:2 (169-186)

Onyinah, Opoku 2001. “Matthew Speaks to Ghanaian Healing Situations”. JPT 10:1 (120-143)

­¾  2004. “Pentecostalism and the African Diaspora: An Examination of the Missions Activities of the Church of Pentecost”, Pneuma 26:2 (216-41)

Wyllie, Robert W 1974. “Pioneers of Ghanaian Pentecostalism: Peter Anim and James McKeown”. Journal of Religion in Africa 6:2 (109-22)

1.2    EAST AFRICA

Onsrud, Line Marie 1999. “East African Pentecostal Churches: A Study of ‘Self-Historisation’ as Contextualisation”. SMT: Swedish Missiological Themes/ Svensk Missions Tidskrift 87:3 (419-446)

 

1.3    CENTRAL AFRICA

1.4    SOUTHERN AFRICA

Anderson, Allan H 1991. “Pentecostal Pneumatology and African Power Concepts: Continuity or Change?”, Missionalia 19:1 (65-74)

      1992. “Frederick Modise and the International Pentecost Church: An African Messiah?”, Missionalia 20:3 (186-200)

      1993. “African Pentecostalism and the Ancestor Cult: Confrontation or Compromise?”. Missionalia 21:1 (26-39)

    1995 “Challenges and Prospects for research into AICs in Southern Africa”. Missionalia 23:3                            (283-94)

      1996. “The Hermeneutical Processes of Pentecostal-type AICs in South Africa”, Missionalia 24:2 (171-185)

      1999. “The Lekganyanes and Prophecy in the Zion Christian Church”, Journal of Religion in Africa, 29:3,  1999 (285-312)

      1999. “Dangerous Memories for South African Pentecostals”, Anderson, AH & Hollenweger, WJ (eds) Pentecostals After a Century. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press (89-107)

      2000. “Pentecostals and Apartheid in South Africa 1908-1998”. Paper read at the conference of the African Studies Association of the UK, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, 11 September 2000, http://moruti.co.uk

      2000. « Pentecostals and Politics in South Africa: Public Space and Invisible Forces », André Corten & André Mary (eds) Imaginaires Politiques et Pentecôtismes: Afrique/ Amérique Latine, Paris: Éditions Karthala (165-181)

      2005. "New African Initiated Pentecostalism and Charismatics in South Africa". Journal of Religion in Africa 35:1 (66-92)

de Kock, Wynand J 2000.  “Pentecostal Power for a Pentecostal Task : Empowerment through Engagement in South African Context “. JPT 16 (102-16)

Freston, Paul 2005. "The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God: A Brazilian Church Finds Success in Southern Africa". Journal of Religion in Africa 35:1 (33-65)

Hexham, Irving & Poewe, Karla 1994. “Charismatic Churches in South Africa”, Poewe, Karla (ed), Charismatic Christianity as a Global Culture. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press (50-69)

Horn, J Nico 1992. “South African Pentecostals and Apartheid: A Short Case Study of the Apostolic Faith Mission”, in Jongeneel, Jan A B, ao (eds) Pentecost, Mission and Ecumenism Essays on Intercultural Theology. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang (157-168)

— 1998. “Crossing Racial Borders in Southern Africa: A Lesson from History”. CPCR 3, January 1998  

  2005. "Power and Empowerment in the Political Context of South Africa", JEPTA 25 (7-24)

LaPoorta, Japie 1999. “Unity or Division: A Case Study of the Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa”, Dempster, MW, Klaus, BD & Petersen, D (eds), The Globalization of Pentecostalism: A Religion Made to Travel. Oxford: Regnum Books (151-69)

Maxwell, David 1995. “The Church and the Democratization of Africa: The Case of Zimbabwe”. Gifford, Paul (ed), The Christian Churches and the Democratization of Africa (Studies in Religion 12). Leiden: EJ Brill (108-129)

      1998. “’Delivered from the Spirit of Poverty’: Pentecostalism, Prosperity and Modernity in Zimbabwe’. Journal of Religion in Africa 28:3 (350-373)

      1999. “Historicizing Christian Independency: The Southern African Pentecostal Movement
c.1908-1960’. Journal of African History 40 (243-264)

      2005. "The Durawall of Faith: Pentecostal Spirituality in Neo-Liberal Zimbabwe". Journal of Religion in Africa 35:1 (4-32)

Poewe, Karla 1988. “Links and Parallels between Black and White Charismatic Churches in South Africa and the States: Potential for Cultural Transformation”. Pneuma 10:2 (141-158)

Poewe-Hexham, K & Hexham, I 1993. “Charismatic Churches and Apartheid in South Africa” (with responses), in Hunter, H D & Hocken, P D (eds), All Together in One Place: Theological Papers from the Brighton Conference on World Evangelization. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press (73-95)

Saayman, Willem 1993. “Some Reflections on the Development of the Pentecostal Mission Model in South Africa”. Missionalia 21:1 (40-56)

Wessels, G Francois 1997. “Charismatic Christian Congregations and Social Justice — A South African Perspective”. Missionalia 25:3 (360-374)

 

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