Charismatic Renewal Conference 2016
Running between 13-14 September | 29th Jun 2016
Sponsored by the Open University, and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford
The charismatic renewal movement has made a major impact on global Christianity. From the 1950s onwards, this diverse movement – with its emphasis on the presence and power of the Holy Spirit – has influenced the mission, worship, experience and congregational life of churches in many different denominations across the world. It is one of the most important developments in the recent history of the Christian church.
What can twenty-first century churches and congregations learn from the history of charismatic renewal? How can informed historical awareness contribute to our understanding of contemporary Christian identities?
This history conference, at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, on 13-14 September 2016, welcomes Christian leaders, theological college students, historians, and all those with an interest in the topic. It will draw together a range of international scholars to discuss the historical significance and implications of charismatic renewal.
- David Bebbington
- John Maiden
- Connie Ho Yan Au
- Mark Hutchinson
- Joshua Ziefle
- Andrew Atherstone
- David Bundy
- Ian Randall
Dates: Tuesday – Wednesday, 13-14 September 2016.
Venue: Wycliffe Hall, Oxford.
Cost: £75 (including conference food and one night’s accommodation), £55 for postgraduate students. £20 day rates are also available.
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