Translation of Pentecostal in Spanish:

Pentecostal

pentecostal, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌpɛn(t)əˈkɔstl//ˌpɛn(t)əˈkɑstl//pɛntɪˈkɒst(ə)l/

adjective

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    (church/minister) pentecostal
    • And the number is growing, thanks to prophetic Pentecostal movements and the like.
    • While much of what they do indicates a shallow, extra-biblical emphasis, genuine conversions are occurring in some Pentecostal churches, and there is some evidence of spiritual growth and zeal for evangelism.
    • As an evangelical and Pentecostal Christian, he listens carefully to the critical voices from his own camp, while continually pushing its boundaries toward a more ecumenically open stance.
    • In Fort Worth, Texas, for example, a church integrates traditional Gypsy faith with Christian Pentecostal ritual.
    • I started going to Sunday school in a Pentecostal church in my hometown.
    • She was a young Pentecostal Christian from the Ukraine who had been brought to America as a child in the 1980s to escape Communist oppression.
    • The effort is notable in seeking out evangelical and Pentecostal churches that have not traditionally been a part of Faith and Order discussions, along with Roman Catholics, Orthodox and mainline Protestants.
    • Because I became a Christian in a Pentecostal church, I still have a lot of affection, respect and genuine sympathy for Pentecostals and Charismatics.
    • Among Protestant denominations, Pentecostal and fundamentalist sects - called evangelical churches - have had the largest growth.
    • But eight months later, social workers found a foster family for them - Pentecostal Christians who raised them with abundant love and gave them confidence, joie de vivre and the urge to give back.
    • No one is suggesting that Catholics stop referring to the Anglican, Lutheran and Pentecostal churches.
    • A devout Pentecostal Christian, he was determined to make the beverage in such a way as to contain less than 1% alcohol.
    • Global flows of religious belief and practice are filtered and shaped by local conditions: Pentecostal Christianity takes on local color.
    • I am a lifelong practicing Roman Catholic who has had the good fortune to spend many Sundays in Baptist and Pentecostal churches.
    • Arminian Baptists, Brethren and Pentecostal churches have preached the gospel of Christ within their own limited understanding.
    • Its avowed aim was to introduce the Pentecostal experience to other Christian denominations.
    • Because hearing the voice of God is considered normative within the Pentecostal tradition, hearing a voice external to one's self is not necessarily a manifestation of mental illness with Pentecostal Christians.
    • My mother is a very religious Pentecostal Christian.
    • As a result, a generation of young people has spent the past ten years looking for alternatives to the Presbyterian church, and many have ended up in Pentecostal churches.
    • Those who represent the Pentecostal movement say that missionaries function as apostles.