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Evangelism and Deliverance in the Battle Against Demonic Powers


Evangelism and Deliverance in the Battle Against Demonic Powers

Evangelism, conversion, and perseverance in faith are the hallmarks of charismatic Christianity. However, these Christians also know they are in the midst of an epic end-times battle with demonic powers. While Satan is real, satanic powers have full sovereignty over whole nations and seek to undermine the evangelization of the world. In this article, we will explore how charismatic Christians engage in their own battle against demonic forces and what it means for evangelism.

As the polemical concept of religion, Christianity serves as the origin and dominant force in both semantic and institutional space. “Global spiritual warfare” is a polemical example of Christian expansionism and supersessionism. It explores two related axes of Christian politics and the centrality of prayer. We’ll discuss these axes in detail, highlighting their commonality and differences. In other words, both charismatic and non-charismatic religions share the same cosmological and political orientation.

The charismatic third wave was developed by C. Peter Wagner, a former professor at the Fuller’s School of Missions. He and his co-travelers sought to dislodge the subaltern global position as a mission field and mission leaders. They emphasized the spiritual strength of the subaltern southerners, as well as their advanced knowledge of the demonic. The result was a dramatic change in Christian thinking.

The gospels record the healing of the sick. The apostles’ ability to heal people was the first sign of their faith. During his first evangelistic mission, Jesus gave the apostles the authority to cast out demons and heal all kinds of illnesses. But Jesus did not heal Epaphroditus – his gift of healing was not intended to keep Christians healthy. This is because they are not in fact believers, but disciples who have been entrusted with this task.

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