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Pentecostalism in the World Context

Pentecostalism did not exist in 1906. Today, however, it is the second largest communion of Christians in the world, yet it is largely ignored by the majority of religious scholars. Nevertheless, Pentecostalism is reshaping Christianity. This article explores Pentecostalism as a Third World Christian worldview found mostly among the poor that reverts to a non-European epistemology. It is relational, experiential and anti-creedal in nature, and anticipates constant miracles, mystery, healing, prophecy and divine serendipity. Read more here.

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