2 edition of The Pentecostal revolution in Nigeria found in the catalog.
The Pentecostal revolution in Nigeria
Musa A. B. Gaiya
by Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen in Copenhagen
Written in English
|Statement||by Musa A.B. Gaiya.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen|
|Contributions||Københavns universitet. Center for afrikastudier.|
|LC Classifications||BX8762.A45 N54 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||2007465311|
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Christopher Oghenebrorie Okotie (born 16 June ) is a Nigerian televangelist and the pastor of the Household of God Church International Ministries, a Pentecostal congregation in Lagos since February Okotie was born to Francis Idje and Cecilia Okotie, in Ethiope-West, Delta State (then Bendel State).Occupation: Televangelist, politician, author, businessman. The division within the pastorate finally blew open in late January when, as the February 14 original date of the election approached (it was eventually rescheduled to Ma to much public consternation), both the Christian Association of Nigeria and the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) endorsed President Goodluck Jonathan.
In particular, the West African nation of Nigeria is experiencing the fastest growth in Christianity in Africa with Pentecostal churches playing a large role in this development. Nigeria is said to have the world's third largest population of Pentecostals with million members, following Brazil with 24 million and the United States with. churches in Nigeria. It is therefore difficult to identify pentecostal churches from various African Initiated Churches (AIC) in Nigeria. For the sake of clarifying the complex situation, we have to do a typological study of pentecostal phenomenon in Nigeria. This throws more File Size: KB.
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Tensions have only intensified since the restoration of democracy inwith the divide between Christian south and Muslim north playing a central role in the country’s electoral politics, as well as manifesting itself in the religious warfare waged by Boko Haram.
Through the lens of Christian-Muslim struggles for. ”An authoritative work on the politics of Nigeria’s Pentecostal revolution during the country’s fourth attempt at constitutional democracy.
An important text in African political studies.” -- Olufemi Vaughan, Amherst CollegeAuthor: Ebenezer Obadare.
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Political Spiritualities: The Pentecostal Revolution in Nigeria Ruth Marshall After an explosion of conversions to Pentecostalism over the past three decades, tens of millions of Nigerians now claim that “Jesus is the answer.”.
Pentecostal Republic is the first book on Nigeria’s Pentecostal revolution during the country’s fourth attempt at constitutional democracy, widely known in Nigerian political studies as the Fourth Republic.
Drawing on critical readings across several humanistic social science disciplines, especially sociology and politics, Ebenezer Obadare provides compelling analysis of the exponential. Pentecostalism is a charismatic Protestant Christian movement that emphasizes a personal encounter with Jesus Christ as savior and healer, with the potential for converts to be “born again” as Christians.
Nigerian Pentecostalism emerged in the s as university-educated, charismatic youth began creating their own spaces for worship. Get this from a library.
Political spiritualities: the Pentecostal revolution in Nigeria. [Ruth Marshall] -- This text presuasively argues that Nigeria is a key case in the phenomenon of the global rise in Pentecostalism. The author also calls for new ways of thinking about the place of religion in.
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After an explosion of conversions to Pentecostalism over the past three decades, tens of millions of Nigerians now claim that Jesus is the answer. But if Jesus is the answer, what is the question. What led to the movements dramatic rise and how can we make sense of its Price: $ It is within this context of revival, both religious and academic, that Ruth Marshall offers her rich analysis of the "Pentecostal revolution" in Nigeria.
Marshall makes it clear that her book is not a standard anthropological study (i.e., an ethnography) but rather a social and Author: Naomi Haynes.
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sum, while Obadare argues that Nigeria is the center of the Pentecostal revolution, he carefully dispels the notion that it is a type of Christendom. While the careful nuance in the argument noted above is a strength of the book, one is left with a lingering question concerning the.
Nigeria's Christian Revolution: The Civil War Revival and Its Pentecostal Progeny (). Milton Keynes: Paternoster Publishers. The End-Time Army: Charismatic Movements in Modern Nigeria. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Martin Lindhardt.
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An important text in African political studies.' Olufemi Vaughan, Amherst College 'A must-read. Clearly argued and highly informative, there is nothing quite like it on the market given its contemporary.The recent resistance to the implementation of sharia rule in some of the northern states by their governors and the vibrant counter-approach by Pentecostal leaders, who have constantly called attention both to the right to worship for all Nigerians and the constitutional reality of Nigeria as a religiously neutral country, is a good example.Nigeria has become the area of one of the most remarkable religious movements of recent times, reflecting the shift in the global center of Christianity from the North to the South.
This book tells the story of one sector of this movement from its roots in the Nigerian civil war to the turn of the new millennium. It describes a revival that occurred among the Igbo people of Eastern Nigeria Pages: