Posts Tagged ‘Oral Roberts’

Paul Harvey on Religion in the American South

“The South” is commonly referred to as the Bible Belt in the United States today, and despite New England having a more explicit Christian identity during colonial times, the region from Virginia down to Florida and out to Texas has been shaped by religious dynamics from its most early days.  Prof. Paul Harvey, professor of […]

Margaret Poloma on Pentecotalism, the Assemblies of God, and Godly Love

Prof. Margaret Poloma shares her extensive research on Pentecostalism and the Assemblies of God. We examine the tension between the charisma needed to generate enthusiasm and growth in a new religious movement, what happens when those movements become institutionalized, and how Pentecostalism has been able to regenerate itself over the course of a century. Dr. Poloma discusses the crucial role of Godly Love in religious revivalism.

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