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The Role of Charismatics in Christianity


The Role of Charismatics in Christianity

In Christianity, many people have been exposed to enough of it to have become inoculated against it. At the same time, many people have been infiltrated with anti-Christian propaganda in the media and in intellectual circles. For these people, reaching them with the gospel is more challenging than reaching people who have never heard of Jesus. In order to reach these people, it is necessary to understand the role of charisms in Christianity.

The bible describes the human person as consisting of the body and soul. Jesus came to heal both. According to the Bible, Christ came to save the souls of men and raise the bodies of the sick. This is the origin of the sacrament of anointing the sick. The word “sozo” means physical restoration, but it also refers to bodily resurrection. Thus, the sacrament of anointing the sick is a powerful instrument for bodily healing and spiritual strengthening.

Charismatic Christian doctrines such as charismatic faith are a symptom of the end-times battle between the Christian religion and demonic forces. This battle is not over by a simple decision, but a dynamic, ongoing performance. While Christians are in the process of putting on “the whole armor of God,” they also engage in an intense process of de-subjectivation and re-subjectivation.

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