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Pentecostal Movement in South India

A select bibliography on Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements in South India

Andreasson, Barbro; Andreasson, Eric

    1989: Pingst i Indien. Dokumentation av Svensk Pingstmission i Indien. Stockholm: MissionsInstitutet-PMU. (Forskningsrapporter i missionsvetenskap missionshistoria och missionsanthropologi; 6)

Bayly, Susan

    1994: Christianity and Competing Fundamentalisms in South Indian Society. In: Marty, Martin; Appleby, R. Scott (eds.): Accounting for Fundamentalisms. The Dynamic Character of the Movement. Chicago, Illinois: Chicago University Press. (726-769) (The Fundamentalism Project; 4)

Bergunder, Michael

    2000: "Ministry of Compassion". D. G. S. Dhinakaran - Christian Healer-Prophet from Tamilnadu. In: Hedlund, Roger E. (ed.): Christianity is Indian. The Emergence of an Indigenous Community. New Delhi: ISPCK. (158-174)

    2001: Miracle Healing and Exorcism. The South Indian Pentecostal Movement in the Context of Popular Hinduism. In: International Review of Mission. Geneva. 90. (103-112)

    2003: From Pentecostal Healing Evangelist to Kalki Avatar: The Remarkable Life of Paulaseer Lawrie, alias Shree Lahari Krishna (1921-1989). A Contribution to the Understanding of New Religious Movements. In: Frykenberg, Robert Eric (ed.): Christians and Missionaries in India. Cross-Cultural Communication since 1500. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans. (357-375)

    2005: Constructing Indian Pentecostalism. On Issues of Methodology and Representation. In: Anderson, Allan H.; Tang, Edmond (eds.): Asian and Pentecostal. The Charismatic Face of Christianity in Asia. London: Regnum Books. (177-213)

    2008: The South Indian Pentecostal Movement in the Twentieth Century. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co..

Burgess, Stanley M.

    2001: Pentecostalism in India. An Overview. In: Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies. Baguio City. 4. (85-98)

George, A. C.

    2001: Pentecostal Beginnings in Travancore, South India. In: Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies. Baguio City. 4. (215-237)

Hedlund, Roger E.

    2000: Quest for Identity. India's Churches of Indigenous Origin: The "Little Tradition" in Indian Christianity. Delhi: ISPCK.

McGee, Gary B.

    1996: Pentecostal Phenomena and Revivals in India. Implications for Indigenous Church Leadership. In: International Bulletin of Missionary Research. New Haven. 20. (112-117)

    1999: "Latter Rain" Falling in the East. Early-Twentieth-Century Pentecostalism in India and the Debate over Speaking in Tongues. In: Church History. Red Bank, New Jersey. 68. (648-665)

Oommen, George

    2001: Growth of Pentecostalism in Central Kerala from 1921-47. A Paradigm for Pentecostal Growth of Churches in North India. In: Indian Church History Review. Calcutta. 35. (131-146)


    1994: Kerala Pentekosthu Charithram <malay.>. (Kerala Pentecostal History) Kottayam, Kerala: Good News Publication.

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Michael Bergunder

Heidelberg, Germany
University of Heidelberg
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