Charismatic Movement

GUESTS: STAN WHITE Priest, Christ the King Episcopal Church, Valdosta, Georgia RANDALL BALMER Chair, Department of Religion, Barnard College, Columbia University Author of several books on religion including Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory: A Journey into the Evangelical Subculture of America (Oxford University Press, 1993) Forty years ago in California, an Episcopalian minister startled his congregation by speaking in toungues from the pulpit. Today, the so-called Charismatic movement claims over 200 million believers and has been called one of the fastest growing spiritual movements of the 20th century. But what is it? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the Charismatic movement.

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