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The Globalization of Christianity


The Globalization of Christianity

Christian leaders are increasingly focusing on evangelism and conversion, and persevering in the faith of the saved. They are aware that they are engaged in an epic end-times conflict with demonic forces. Satan and his demons are real and they hold sway over entire nations, attempting to undermine the Christian evangelization of the world.

To counter these trends, they developed a new strategy for evangelism. They adopted the ideas of the Church Growth movement and adapted them to the context of global mission. They advocated that missionaries should seek deep cultural knowledge of “unreached peoples” in order to “sow the Word” and reap its harvest.

Moreover, Jesus himself acknowledged the existence of miracles outside his ministry. In Matthew 9:38-41, Jesus endorses a man who casts out demons without following Jesus. In addition, Jesus acknowledges the presence of the Holy Spirit in all forms and that the work of the Holy Spirit is universal.

In addition, the apostles had power over demons, healed the sick, and performed miracles. But because they were limited in scope and number, this was unlikely to be a widespread phenomenon. While the apostles did have a strong impact on Christian faith, they never did it on a widespread scale.

Today, Christianity has become a polemical concept. It functions as the origin of the concept of religion, and it dominates institutional and semantic space. The globalization of charismatic Christianity is fascinating, but it can be hard to track.

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