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  • noun Plural form of Charismatic.

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  • Especially among Evangelicals and so-called Charismatics you will find that the word

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  • "Charismatics" (the word's root means "gift of grace") are people who practice

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  • Nothing more than a means to an End for the 'Charismatics'.

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  • Nothing more than a means to an End for the 'Charismatics'.

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  • Nothing more than a means to an End for the 'Charismatics'.

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  • 5 However, even the few references in the New Testament that touch upon the worship of the early Church show that, far from being a wild group of free-spirited "Charismatics," the Christians in the New Testament worshiped liturgically as did their fathers before them: they observed hours of prayer (Acts 3: 1); they worshiped in the Temple (Acts 2: 46, 3: 1, 21: 26); and they worshiped in Synagogues (Acts 18: 4).

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  • ** Is it just me, or are all the hot women either Charismatics or baristas?

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  • Charismatics in America are being informed they are involved in apostasy. 1 of the reasons is they tolerate Catholic heresy and rebellion when they are commanded to correct truth errors.

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  • ** Is it just me, or are all the hot women either Charismatics or baristas?

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  • Many Charismatics appear to have absorbed some of the doctrine of the sects from which the movement originated.

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