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  • n. Plural form of Pentecostalist.


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  • Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), Schjødt and his colleagues scanned the brains of 20 Pentecostalists and 20 non-believers while playing them recorded prayers.

    Listening to Prayer Shuts Off Brain Activity Responsible for Scepticism | Impact Lab

  • Powerful new alliances are being forged between Roman Catholics, evangelical Protestants and Pentecostalists against abortion, homosexuality and liberalising social and cultural tendencies.

    Liberals must stand together

  • Using functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI, Schjødt and his colleagues scanned the brains of 20 Pentecostalists and 20 non-believers while playing them recorded prayers.

    Schjødt speculates that brain regions may be deactivated in a similar way in response to doctors, parents and politicians | clusterflock

  • It's about the Pat Oliphant cartoon of a couple of weeks ago, the one that made fun of Sarah Palin and the Pentecostalists' practice of speaking in tongues.

    RELIGION Blog |

  • I've got some former students in Atlanta, who shall be nameless — charming people — who are literary critics, teachers of literature by profession, and they are ferocious Pentecostalists.

    An Interview with Harold Bloom

  • Whereas Fundamentalists and Pentecostalists had counterparts in the Third World, Evangelicals tended to form international movements and hold conferences designed to bring Christians of many nations together.

    Puncturing a gas bag ...

  • From the most liberal to the most conservative, from Pentecostalists in Venezuela to Orthodox in Albania, those who call themselves Christians are engaged in a complex and a varied set of relationships with this written text, relationships which shape the patterns of worship, teaching and ethical discourse.

    'The Bible Today: Reading & Hearing', The Larkin-Stuart Lecture

  • The snake handling, (INAUDIBLE) and hollow Pentecostalists - not by - it's not true.

    CNN Transcript Jun 22, 2007

  • All six were able to do so, and their description of their experience was similar to depictions by the Pentecostalists, “They did not know what they had been saying or why, but they had the feeling that the language was produced through them and despite them.”

    Born to Believe

  • From my research with Buddhist meditators, Franciscan nuns, and Pentecostalists, I have come to believe that the more one focuses on a certain belief, the more real it may ultimately feel, and that this sense of realness is based on the stimulation of specific neural circuits in the brain.

    Born to Believe


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