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Popular culture and the economic imperative in Nigerian Pentecostalism

cambridge university press, nigeria, pentecostalism, populair culture, spiritual entrepreneurs, YorùbáNigerian Pentecostalism continues to assume many of the externalities of popular culture in the country, creating a unique composite of spirituality and secular entertainment. In an emergent trend, church leaders invite popular entertainers into church services and other church-related events with the declared aim of energizing their congregations.

Where does the imperative in Nigerian Pentecostalism to outsource the work of inspiration to performers and jesters come from? 



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