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Michael Bergunder, Prof. Dr.

Position

  • Professor of History of Religions and Mission Studies
  • Principal Investigator

Contact information

Heidelberg University
History of Religions and Mission Studies
Kisselgasse 1
69117 Heidelberg
Germany

Email:
bergunder@asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de
Phone:
+49 (0) 6221 54 3308

Projects

Selected publications

The South Indian Pentecostal Movement in the Twentieth Century. Grand Rapids/Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2008.

Constructing Pentecostalism. On Issues of Methodology and Representation.
In: Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association. 27,1 (2007) 55-73.(abridged version of Constructing Indian Pentecostalism)

Constructing Indian Pentecostalism. On Issues of Methodology and Representation. In: Allan H. Anderson und Edmond Tang (eds.), Asian and Pentecostal. The Charismatic Face of Christianity in Asia. Oxford 2005

Contested Past. Anti-brahmanical and Hindu nationalist reconstructions of early Indian history. In: Historiographia Linguistica, 31,1 (2004) 95-104.

From Pentecostal Healing Evangelist to Kalki Avatar. The Remarkable Life of Paulaseer Lawrie alias Shree Lahari Krishna (1921-1989). - A Contribution to the Understanding of New Religious Movements. In: Robert Eric Frykenberg (ed.), Christians and Missionaries in India. Cross-Cultural Communication since 1500. London 2003

Women and Leadership in the South Indian Pentecostal Movement. In: Dharma Deepika. Chennai 2002

The "Pure Tamil Movement" and Bible Translation: The Ecumenical Thiruviviliam of 1995. In: Judith M. Brown und Robert Eric Frykenberg (eds.), Christians, Cultural Interactions, and India's Religious Traditions. Grand Rapids und London 2002

The Pentecostal movement and Basic Ecclesial Communities in Latin America. Sociological theories and theological debates. In: International Review of Mission. Geneva 2002

Miracle Healing and Exorcism: The South Indian Pentecostal Movement in the Context of Popular Hinduism. In: International Review of Mission. Geneva 2001

"Ministry of compassion": D. G. S. Dhinakaran - Christian Healer-Prophet from India. In: R. E. Hedlund (ed.), Christianity is Indian. The Emergence of an Indigenous Community. New Delhi 2000

Christian Friedrich Schwartz (1726-1798) in German mission literature. In: D. Jeyaraj (ed.), Christian Fredrick Schwartz. His Contributions to South India. Chennai 1999 
 

Further information

Profile at the Faculty of Theology, Heidelberg University (German only)

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