December 19, 2013

Is Pentecostalism Coming to Europe?

Peter Berger, The American Interest

The Associated Press

Is charismatic Christianity coming to Europe? Up until now, it didn’t seem likely. But events in the UK perhaps suggest otherwise.

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TAGGED: Pentecostalism, Europe, UK

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