Charismatics


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A movement of Christianity which accentuates spiritual gifts such as prophecy and faith healing
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To win over charismatic bosses, refrain from adding to their excitement.
However, differences between the Catholic and Protestant charismatics remain.
Now Edward Cleary, a well-respected, seasoned commentator on Latin American religion who has been in the forefront in explaining both liberation theology and Pentecostalism to North American audiences, has broken new ground with The Rise of Charismatic Catholicism in Latin America.
It's also regarded as terribly important that business leaders should be charismatic and, in this context, the name of Richard Branson inevitably crops up.
As fellowships, churches, church groups, movements, and denominations, Pentecostals and Charismatics focus much of their activity within the worship setting of the church.
This revised and expanded edition of The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements provides an invaluable resource in giving some order and focus to the exploration of the ideas, institutions and persons that relate to the movement.
At the Charismatic meeting I enquired about, I was told that it lasts for two hours one night a week.
34) It could reflect a lack of interest in baptism; this is possible because other matters have come to be regarded as more pressing or important, such as the ecumenical and charismatic movements in their various expressions, issues of worship, matters concerning change within the church and questions of the survival of the local church in the midst of the decline of church attendance across all denominations.
Fr Rossi is part of a new generation of clerics, dubbed popstar priests by the local press, who belong to the Catholic Church's charismatic movement.
Charismatic leadership is widely regarded as a plausible explanation for radical individual and organizational change, which is one of the reasons why it has found growing favor in recent years among researchers and practitioners alike (Bass, 1985; Bums, 1978; Conger & Kanungo, 1988; Jermier, 1993; Meindl, 1990; Weber, 1968).
Do managers need to be charismatic to be effective?
here reflects on such key issues as the contemporary nature of rationality, the transformation of space and time in the daily lives of charismatics, the relationship between the sexes, the overlapping of ritual and daily events in charismatic experience, the building of a sense of community through ritual participation, and the creative role of language and metaphor expressed in prophetic utterances.