Pentecostalism has taken off in the 20th century, becoming one of the fastest-growing segments of global Christianity. McGee, a leading expert, analyzes the expectation of miracles in the first 19 centuries of the church, then charts how Pentecostalism's signs and wonders movement has made major inroads in third-world cultures. 288 pages, softcover. Orbis.
"Miracles, Missions and American Pentecostalism examines the historical, theological, and missiological context and development of American Pentecostal missions, including the expectation of miracles and how this fit into them ission scene of the twentieth century.McGee shows that htis charismatically-inclined spirituality predominates today among Majority World Christianity, at least because of the contributions of Pentecostal missionaries.