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From the 'not yet' to the 'now and the not yet': Charismatic Kingdom Theology 1960-2010

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This article examines recent developments in charismatic theologies of the kingdom indicating the ways in which the focus has changed from an imminent futuristic spiritualised kingdom in the 1960s to a kingdom which is now largely held to be both present and future with an emphasis on social concern and philanthropy.

Affiliations: 1: Trinity College, University of Bristol, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, England;, Email:


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