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Dr Ivan Satyavrata

Senior Pastor, The Assembly of God Church, Kolkata, India


BA, BD, MTh, PhD (OCMS/Open University)
Senior Pastor, The Assembly of God Church, Kolkata, India
Formerly: Southern Asia Bible College, Bangalore, India and Associate Pastor [Honorary], Full Gospel Assembly of God, Bangalore, India
Publications: ‘Contextual Perspectives on Pentecostalism as a Global Culture: A South Asian View’ in The Globalization of Pentecostalism: A Religion made to Travel [Oxford: Regnum, 1999]. ‘Asceticism; Gifts of the Spirit and Jain, Jainism’ in ‘Evangelical Dictionary of World Missions’ [Grand Rapids: Baker, 2000]. ‘Indian Protestantism to the Present Day’in The Blackwell Companion to Protestantism [Oxford: Blackwell, 2003]. ‘The Experience of Hindu Christian Converts in the Pre-independence Period and the Christian Witness in Contemporary India’ in Religion & Society 48:3 [September 2003]. ‘Globalization of Pentecostalism’ in Enclyclopedia of Pentecostal & Charismatic Christianity, [Berkshire Publishing: 2005]. `Glocalization' and Leadership Development for Transforming Mission in India’ in Transformation 21:4 [October 2004]. ‘Religious Pluralism’ in Dictionary of Mission Theology, [IVP: 2007]

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