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The Transformation of Christianity? An interpretation of the 20th Century

Glyndŵr University Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series 2010/11

Professor William K Kay, Professor of Theology, Glyndwr University

The 20th century saw extraordinary changes in the scope and style of Christianity. One of the catalysts of these changes was a renewal movement that appeared apparently spontaneously in Wales, in the USA, in India and in Korea in the years before 1914. Largely unnoticed by the politicians and academics, the Pentecostal revival encircled the globe, survived totalitarian repression and war and emerged as a powerful humanitarian and spiritual force after 1945 and 2001. How did this movement start? What are its characteristics? What is its appeal? This lecture will attempt to provide some answers.


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Date and Time:

11 January 2011 at 7:00 pm


1 hour



Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndwr University
Mold Road
LL11 2AW
01978 293466
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