New Book: Who is Afraid of the Holy Ghost?

Who is Afraid of the Holy Ghost? Pentecostalism and Globalization in Africa and Beyond
Edited by Afe Adogame
AFRICA WORLD PRESS 2011

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
    Afe Adogame
  • Globalization and Religion: Some Preliminary Questions
    Ulrich Berner
  • Viewing a masquerade from different spots? Conceptual Reflections on the ‘Globalization’ and ‘Pentecostalism’ discourses
    Afe Adogame & Asonzeh Ukah
  • Globalization, Fundamentalism and the Pentecostal/Charismatic Movement in Nigeria
    Umar Danfulani
  • Globalization and African Immigrant Communities in America
    Jacob Olupona
  • Who is afraid of the Holy Ghost? Presbyterians and Early Charismatic Movement in Nigeria 1966-1975
    Ogbu Kalu
  • Is Satan Local or Global? Reflections on a Nigerian Deliverance Movement
    Rosalind Hackett
  • Globalization and Independent Pentecostals in Africa: A South African Perspective
    Allan Anderson
  • New Pentecostal Churches and Prosperity Theology in Nigeria
    Deji Ayegboyin
  • Globalization, Politicization of Religion and Religious Networking: The Case of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria
    Dapo Asaju
  • Female Religious Leadership in Nigerian Pentecostalism: Embers or Gale?
    Bolaji Bateye
  • Online for God: Media Negotiation and African New Religious Movements
    Afe Adogame
  • Fused Sounds: Global Influences in Zimbabwe Gospel Music
    Ezra Chitando