Rethinking Protestantism in Latin America

Edited by David Stoll and Virginia Garrard-Burnett
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240 pages
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Rethinking Protestantism in Latin America – David Stoll
1. Struggling Against the Devil: Pentecostalism and Social Movements in Urban Brazil – John Burdick
2. The Crentes of Campo Alegre and the Religious Construction of Brazilian Politics – Rowan Ireland
3. Brother Votes for Brother: The New Politics of Protestantism in Brazil – Paul Freston
4. Protestantism in El Salvador: Conventional Wisdom versus the Survey Evidence – Kenneth M. Coleman, Edwin Eloy Aguilar, José Miguel Sandoval, and Timothy J. Steigenga
5. The Reformation of Machismo: Asceticism and Masculinity among Colombian Evangelicals – Elizabeth Brusco
6. Shifting Affiliations: Mayan Widows and Evangélicos in Guatemala – Linda Green
7. Religious Mobility and the Many Words of God in La Paz, Bolivia – Lesley Gill
Conclusion: Is This Latin America's Reformation? – Virginia Garrard-Burnett
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About the Contributors
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