Thoroughly Modern: Sociological Reflections on the Charismatic Movement from the End of the Twentieth Century

@inproceedings{Walker1997ThoroughlyMS,
  title={Thoroughly Modern: Sociological Reflections on the Charismatic Movement from the End of the Twentieth Century},
  author={Andrew Walker},
  year={1997}
}
When the ‘Marches For Jesus’ began in our cities in 1989 it was said by some of the organizers that marching on the streets was a way of ‘shifting the demonic atmosphere’: they believed that cities and regions of the world could be controlled by ‘territorial spirits’. Indeed, these days, demonic infestations, which are legion, seem to be bound up with well known and much sought after exorcists: Bill Subritzky from New Zealand, Derek Prince from the United States, Peter Horrobin from Lancashire… CONTINUE READING