Charismatic Movement

The Charismatic Movement is the international trend of historically-mainstream congregations adopting beliefs and practices similar to Pentecostals. Fundamental to the movement is the belief that Christians may be "filled with" or "baptized in" the Holy Spirit as a second experience subsequent to salvation and that it will be evidenced by manifestations of the Holy Spirit. Among Protestants, the movement began around 1960. Among Roman Catholics, it originated around 1967.

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General Council Of The Assemblies Of God In The United States Of America - History - 1930-1979 - Relations With Other Denominations and Renewal Movements
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Assemblies Of God In Australia - History - 1970-1980: Charismatic Movement and Aftermath
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British New Church Movement
... The British New Church Movement is a neocharismatic evangelical Christian movement associated with the Charismatic Movement of the 1960s, although its origin both ... It was originally known as the "house church movement", a name that is no longer relevant, as few of these congregations meet in houses ... While the Charismatic Movement focused on the transformation of individuals, the BNCM (like Brethrenism, Baptists, Anabaptists and the Restoration Movement ...

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