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1. Introduction–Joel Robbins and Matthew Engelke
2. Anthropology, Pentecostalism, and the New Paul: Conversion, Event, and Social Transformation–Joel Robbins
3. The Philosophers' Paul in the Frame of the Global: Some Reflections–Elizabeth A. Castelli
4. "The spirits of the prophets are subject to the prophets": Global Pentecostalism and the Re-enchantment of Critique–James K. A. Smith
5. Angels and Grass: Church, Revival, and the Neo-Pauline Turn–Jon Bialecki
6. Liturgy and the Senses–C. J. C. Pickstock
7. Aesthetics of Persuasion: Global Christianity and Pentecostalism's Sensational Forms–Birgit Meyer
8. Disciplined Seeing: Forms of Christianity and Forms of Life–Brian Goldstone and Stanley Hauerwas
9. An Anthropological Apologetics–Simon Coleman
10. Number and the Imagination of Global Christianity; or, Mediation and Immediacy in the Work of Alain Badiou–Matthew Engelke
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This issue initiates a dialogue between two parallel discourses that have been important to Christianity as a topic of scholarly discussion.