When Julia Duin became the new religion writer for The Houston Chronicle she was soon invited to the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer to experience its unique blend of liturgy and charismatic worship. Duin was so impressed, she was determined to tell the story of this great church along with its remarkable priest who, in 1964, led the Church of the Redeemer into a time of powerful renewal. Through her investigation, however, she found there was a darker history behind Father Pulkingham which soon revealed a scandal which rocked the charismatic, Episcopal and Christian communities. Duin provides a fascinating portrait of the renewal's glory days along with its sister movements within Catholic and Pentecostal churches. Includes 8 pages of photos.