A panel discussion that was part of “Spirit in the World: The Dynamics of Pentecostal Growth and Experience,” held October 7, 2006.
Presented by the John Templeton Foundation and the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture, this international symposium examines the global Pentecostal movement.
Donald E. Miller, Leonard K. Firestone Professor of Religion, executive director of the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture, and director of the USC School of Religion, moderates.
Speaking on “Will a Man Rob God? African Pentecostal Rhetoric, Transnationalism and the Reconfiguring of a Global Religious Economy” is Afe Adogame, lecturer in world Christianity at the University of Edinburgh.
Speaking on “Competitive Spirits: Latin America’s New Religious Economy” is R. Andrew Chesnut, professor of history at the University of Houston.
Speaking on “Pentecostalism as a Global Phenomenon” is David Martin, professor emeritus of sociology at London University.