This article utilizes an ethnographic case study of a 'progressive' charismatic congregation in Harare, Zimbabwe, in 2007, to provide evidence that 'pietism' and 'prosperity' are not the only options for charismatic Christianity.
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Title: Spiritual Capital and Democratization in Zimbabwe: A Case Study of a Progressive Charismatic Congregation
Publication date 2009-11-06
Publication Year 2009
Taylor & Francis Group
Africa (Southern) / Zimbabwe
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