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possessing an extraordinary ability to attract

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Uncontrolled laugher and bodily movements, ritual dancing and shouting- can all be found in new charismatic churches.
Unfortunately, this limitation has the effect of presenting charismatic Christianity as a monolithic movement.
Although healing in Nigeria is by no means restricted to the charismatics, they more than any other group of Christians are changing African religious concepts and are applying biblical premises to the social challenges confronting them in contemporary times.
Pentecostals and charismatics find precedents for their experiences in certain passages of the Bible.
In 2002, consultants Gary Williams and Robert Miller analyzed the decision-making styles of 1,600 American executives and classified them into five categories: charismatic, thinker, skeptic, follower and controller.
However, differences between the Catholic and Protestant charismatics remain.
Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies; Volume 22
She looks at how charismatic others--called magicians--are contrasted with approved intermediaries of the gospel mission, how Jews are characterized as the external other, and how women only cause trouble that Peter and Paul must resolve.
Afro-Pentecostalism: Black Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity in History and Culture.
Also, a charismatic person, it seems, has three traits: they feel emotions strongly themselves, they induce these emotions in others, and they themselves are immune to the influence of other charismatic people.
Pentecostals and Charismatics, along with other groups, emphasize the work of the Holy Spirit within the life of the believer.
The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, Stanley M.
In the Maritimes, charismatics produce the monthly newspaper The Atlantic Charismatic, in existence now for 19 years.
"The charismatics attract their following by preaching simple, even saccharine sermons, and the young people are attracted by the plain language, the singing and dancing," said Rev Estevao Bittencourt, theology professor at Rio's Sao Bento Monastery.
The classic theorizing on charismatic leaders and crisis, and the heightened need and search for charismatics during such times suggests a positive correlation between crisis variables and indicators of charisma.