The Jesus People Movement
A Story of Spiritual Revolution among the Hippies
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"This account of the Jesus People movement is truly remarkable. Based on meticulous and extensive research, Richard Bustraan's book breaks new ground in pentecostal historiography. It challenges previously held assumptions about the development of Pentecostalism and fills in a central missing piece of the jigsaw, explaining the proliferation of charismatic churches in the contemporary world."
--Allan Heaton Anderson, University of Birmingham
"Richard Bustraan's robust account of the Jesus People provides fresh and valuable insights into a vibrant mid-twentieth-century movement that arose among the counterculture generation--a movement that has long been neglected, often misunderstood, and commonly maligned. Rich in historical detail, sociological analysis, and theological reflection, this volume will enhance the reading of scholars and students alike from these and other disciplines."
--Stephen Hunt, University of the West of England