Emotional Healing in 3 Easy Steps

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The atmosphere was dominated by a blend of Protestant revivalism, rock concert cheering and pep-rally spirit. It directed men to God, remained "like a habit" in the person who possessed it, and could be used at will. They discover (among other things) that in many denominations spirit-filled Christians discover that their "pentecostal" experience actually brings them closer to the life and doctrines of their own church. People can feel unrealistic expectations about being ‘up’ all the time, filled by the spirit, and then feel guilty or dejected if they don’t experience this or go through a ‘dry period.’ In my own research I have found this can cause psychological distress and contribute to people leaving these churches (see my book co-authored with Claire Mitchell, Evangelical Journeys: Choice and Change in a Northern Irish Religious Subculture, for examples).

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Publisher: Inkity Press (September 11, 2015)


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The denomination has since experienced mixed responses from the rest of Christianity mainly as a result of its affiliation with controversial movements and figures such the Kansas City Prophets and the embarrassing "Laughter in The Spirit" fad of the early '90s Honor: Walking in Honesty, Truth, and Integrity. We learn from this the fact that the Roman Catholic Church sees no threat from the Charismatic movement, but has officially approved and embraced it, and is receptive to its ‘blessings’ The Key to the Supernatural. How Do You Know If a Church Is Charismatic? March 29, 2010 [Note: this response was written by Randy when he was pastoring a church in the 1980’s Supernatural Living. That said, I don’t think there is anything implicit in Pentecostal tradition that necessitates anti-intellectualism per se. I do think that some of those sentiments probably correspond to Pentecostals becoming cozier with their fundamentalist counterparts after the early years of the movement (ironic, since Pentecostals experienced the most rejection from fundamentalists) download.

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