It was a pleasure interviewing with Craig Dumont of the Pentecostal Pastor on my book ITALIAN AMERICAN PENTECOSTALISM AND THE STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS IDENTITY. The interview was filmed on-site at this year’s IFCA national convention outside the dinner gala.
Paul J. Palma is a professor of Christian history and theology at Regent University. He is the author of the books "Embracing Our Roots: Rediscovering the Value of Faith, Family, and Tradition," "Italian American Pentecostalism and the Struggle for Religious Identity" (Routledge Studies in Religion series), and "Grassroots Pentecostalism in Brazil and the United States: Migrations, Missions, and Mobility" (Palgrave Macmillan). He is also a contributing writer for CBN.com. Paul enjoys spending quality time with his family on walks together, going to the beach, fishing, and doing work around the yard.
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