Charismatic Movement

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  • Analysis Of Paul Basden 's ' A Congenial Way '

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    Paul Basden begins his conversation on worship by seeking to define its meaning. However, the reader will learn quickly that this task is easier said than done. Basden examines worship through theological, biblical, and historical facets and ultimately determines that “Worship has never been practiced in all places by all people in one way (18). In order to discuss the various types of worship in a congenial way, Basden introduces six authors that are charged with defending and critique each other’s

  • The Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements and Speaking in Tongues

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    Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements and Speaking in Tongues Submitted to Dr. Timothy McAlhaney in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of the course CHHI 525-D08 Spring 2015 LUO History of Christianity II By Fred Martin May 13, 2015 Contents I. Introduction…………………………………………………….................................1 II. The History and Theologies of Pentecostals and Charismatics…….……….………2 a. Brief History of the Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements……..………

  • The Charismatic Movement: Ecumenism And Non-Evangelicals

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    issue is evangelism, specifically the 1957 Billy Graham New York Crusade. After World War II (1940s), mass evangelism began to rise again. During this era, religious awakening became important movement, especially Youth ministry. Billy Graham, who was the director of original Youth for Christ evangelical movement, filled the empty churches with evangelical wave of evangelism and revivalism. Originally he was sponsored by fundamentalists, but he changed the policy with the New York Crusade to receive

  • Schwarzenegger the Socialized Charismatic Leader and the Green Movement

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    Abstract Arnold Schwarzenegger is a socialized charismatic leader who paints a strong vision for the future of California and has become a model leader for the 21st century. Quite simply he has been a leader in every field he has entered. Schwarzenegger displays several of the competencies required for leadership. Schwarzenegger’s most important foundation competency is the change competency. Governor Schwarzenegger recognized global warming was real and something needed to be done. Schwarzenegger

  • Pentecostalism Research Paper

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    The second major movement occurred during the neo-charismatic renewal of the 1960s. Pentecostalism began to gain acceptance and respect in the white-middle class in part to a change in attitude of social mobility, greater disposable income and suburbanization due to the economic boom following World War II. Alister McGrath attributes the specific event to an even in Van Nuys, California in 1960. McGrath writes: The rector of the local Episcopalian church, Dennis Bennett, told his congregation that

  • Charismatic Leadership And Transformational Leadership

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    The modern context The above two theories have largely shaped the conversation around charismatic leadership, providing the theory with context and testable characteristics. The two theories, along with other research in the leadership model, have revived the trait-based approach to leadership. Since charismatic leadership is linked with personal traits and the transformation of subordinates, the current conversation around the model often links it with transformational leadership theory. Both of

  • The Core Components Of A Charismatic Leader

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    Choi (2006) enumerates the three “core components” of charismatic leadership: envisioning, empathy, and empowerment and notes that these three are “evident in the [leader’s] interactions with followers” (p. 26). Another vital part of the charismatic leader’s “bag of tricks” is his or her ability to communicate. Inspirational speeches have a way of stirring followers and affixing the ideas of the leader in the minds of the followers. For example, few can forget Ronald Reagan’s stirring speech

  • Transformational Leadership : Martin Luther King Jr.

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    leadership was his ability to adapt to whatever leadership style was necessary for any specific scenario. He could be a transformational leader if people needed to be mobilized, a servant leader when followers needed to be led by example, or a charismatic leader when he gave any one of his plethora of monumental speeches. Not only could MLK perform in each of these leadership roles, but he excelled at them. Dr. King was one of the greatest, most versatile leaders ever. We will discuss why in the

  • Leadership As A Charismatic Leader

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    Numerous of leaders especially in the church are considered charismatic. Before the 1980’s, charisma was not a major topic of discussion. The Charismatic approach is measured to reflect a particular kind of leader. They are usually strong self-confident individuals that portray competency. Their followers tend to mimic the goals and leadership style of the charismatic leader. They are gifted in articulating their ideas, “plans and goals to others while creating an ambiance that says, do as I

  • Vinson Syn A Christian Scholar And Dean Emeritus

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    Synan explains the link between the Fire-Baptized Holiness Church and the modern Pentecostal movement (59). In the next section, the author defines the Churches of God and their main developments and the doctrine of Sanctification (69). Synan also points out the revival meeting occurred in Los Angeles at the beginning of the twentieth century. According