This publication examines the evangelical Christian worship focusing essentially within the island-state of Grenada. The examine is predicated upon the author’s specified learn of Pentecostal groups in that island-state in addition to her personal historical past in Barbados. The learn strains the advance of Pentecostal spiritual groups from Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Wesleyan Methodist circulation.
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