By Simon Coleman
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Early Pentecostalists did not emphasise the material aspects of prosperity, although miraculous cures as a sign of God’s grace were always assumed to be possible. After the Second World War, adherents of the North American healing revival movement, led by such figures as William Branham, Oral Roberts, Jack Coe, A. A. Allen, Gordon Lindsay and T. L. Osborn, proclaimed the notion that God always wished to heal the faithful (Hollinger :). More general themes of prosperity also began to emerge in the revival, including the idea that financial blessings could be provided for the believer.
In much of his work he argues that the effects of such teaching should be considered in political and economic as well as religious terms. He tends to emphasise the strength of North American influences on activities throughout the continent, partly through missionaries but also through economic, educational and preaching contacts. ’ Strong links with the United States are also said to 19 20 Gifford is unlikely to be surprised by Walls’s () claim that, in the late s, probably over per cent of the world’s Protestant missionaries came from North America, with the great majority of these coming from unaffiliated organisations, often Pentecostal in character.
Although ostensibly independent, many of the neo-Pentecostal churches have joined such associations as The International Communion of Charismatic Churches, the Charismatic Bible Ministries and the International Convention of Faith Ministries (Brouwer et al. :). Since the s, the charismatic scene in the US and elsewhere has been hit by what is sometimes called a ‘third wave’ of the Spirit (following first Pentecostalism and then charismatic renewal). It has often been cultivated by independent ministries, and is closely associated with such luminaries as the now deceased John Wimber (Harris :; Percy , ).
The Globalisation of Charismatic Christianity by Simon Coleman