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Arlene Sanchez Walsh


Prosperity Gospel, racial and ethnic identity formation in Pentecostal contexts, evangelical youth culture

Arlene Sánchez Walsh is the Associate Professor of Church History & Latino Church Studies at Azusa Pacific University in California. She currently teaches church history and church and society classes, and is involved in a number of research studies including prosperity gospel, racial and ethnic identity formation in Pentecostal contexts, and evangelical youth culture.

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Recent Articles

Entrenched Diminished Expectations

There is precious little to vote for, and so all the predictions of Latino/a voting may be little more than wishful thinking in a time of entrenched diminished expectations where we expect so little of politicians and often get exactly that result. Read More »