223 Torbjörn Aronson, Guds eld över Sverige. Svensk väckelsehistoria efter 1945 (Upsalla: Förlaget Trons Värld Orbild, 1990). 248 pp. 129 SK. Reviewed by David Bundy This volume is the first publication of Trons Varld, an organization established in 1988 by Torbjöm Aronson and others to undertake research about Swedish religious life. Aronson graduated with a doctorate from the University of Lund in 1990; his dissertation was . published as Konservatism och demokrati (Stockholm: Norstedts Forlag, 1990). Guds eld 6ver Sverige, despite the expectation which might be raised by its full title, does not discuss all revivalism or religious movements in Sweden since 1945 but focuses on the Pentecostal Movement and closely related phenomena, including the Later Rain Movement, Maranatha, the Charismatic Movement in the established churches, and the Jesus Movement. Aronson's thesis is that the development of all subsequent related groups in Sweden is either due to or influenced by the relation between the established Pentecostal church and the efforts to renew a less than vibrant church. An impressive array of consultants from each of the traditions examined are listed in the forward to the volume (5). In addition to the informants, the author is well-versed in the
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