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The History of Christianity


The History of Christianity

Christianity is the Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. It is the largest religion in the world with over two billion followers.

The dominant neo-conservative modality of evangelicalism has a similar definition of truth as that of inner conviction. Evangelical truth is not only partisan, but impervious to facts, deliberation and interrogation.

As a Christian, you are aware that you are part of a great battle with the demonic powers of this world. That does not mean that you need to ask others about deliverance. But you should know if you need it. You can pray and ask God for it.

Historically, Christianity has a long apostolic tradition. The early church followed the teachings of Jesus. Jesus and the apostles healed many who were sick. And the Church continues to do so.

The Church has also developed the practice of prayer. Prayer is central to redemptive praxis. During prayer, the gospel is brought to the people. The church has the potential to raise the dead. This potential is especially important in spiritual warfare.

In the “reverse mission” era, subaltern southerners developed advanced knowledge of the demonic. They rejected a global position as leader of missions. Instead, they emphasized their spiritual strength.

In the 1970s, a group of charismatic Christians emerged. They merged Pentecostalism with mainstream evangelicalism. A core group included Ted Haggard, George Otis and Charles Kraft. These leaders helped develop a charismatic third wave.

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