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Baptistes et pentecôtistes en France, une histoire parallèle ?

Abstract : The study of Pentecostal implantation in France during the XXth Century, like the Baptists implantation in the XIXth Century, constitutes a fascinating way of observing the religious pluralization in France. As militant churches, these two Protestant minorities both developed active proselytism and the same conception of believers' baptism. It is no wonder that they set up early ties, French Baptists helping significantly the first steps of Pentecostal implantation. The relatively rapid Pentecostal implantation in France illustrates, by its mecanisms, a phase in France's religious diversification, reducing an age-old contrast with the United States.
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Sébastien Fath. Baptistes et pentecôtistes en France, une histoire parallèle ?. BSHPF, SHPF, 2000, 146/3, pp.523-567. ⟨halshs-00107501⟩

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