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Charismatic Movement

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  • proper n. a Pentecostal movement within mainstream Protestant and Catholic churches

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  • The Charismatic Movement is a worldwide phenomena and has served to bring many non-Western cultural practices, such as the emphasis on HEALING, the idea of PRAYER MOUNTAINS, into Western CHRISTIANITY.

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  • In 1948, when Israel became a nation, both the Billy Graham crusades and the Latter Rain Movement (early roots of the Charismatic Movement) started.

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  • Both the Charismatic Movement and modern management theory have given attention to St. Paul's admonition on spiritual gifts.

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