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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.
In 1948, when Israel became a nation, both the Billy Graham crusades and the Latter Rain Movement (early roots of the Charismatic Movement) started.
Both the Charismatic Movement and modern management theory have given attention to St. Paul's admonition on spiritual gifts.
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