This is a definitive study of the Jesus Movement, as told from the perspective of an “insider” who experienced this phenomenon from it early onset in the 1970s, represents the premier interpretation of this important movement. While much in the public eye during its ascendancy, there has been insufficient attention given to its seminal impact in influencing revitalization within a host of denominations, para-church movements, and especially within the spiritual formation of several key theologians and ministers of the present generation. All of these features are explored, in light of the cultural setting and impact of the movement in the early post-Vietnam era. It also includes an important bibliographic chapter referencing the extant literature on radical Pietism.
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