Liberation Theology and Neo-Pentecostalism: A Leading Challenge to the Evangelical Churches in Brazil
By Julio Severo
Traditionally, major theological trends — good or wicked — came from Europe and America.
The single major theological trend originating outside Europe and America is Liberation Theology, which is prevalent in Latin America, especially Brazil.
In this original and exclusive e-booklet, I trace this movement in Brazil and how its leaders recognized openly that the only force capable of challenging Liberation Theology was neo-Pentecostal churches.
In fact, the Brazilian Left admits today that neo-Pentecostal churches are the only hindrance to the advance of its leftist ideology.
My new e-booklet, “Theology of Liberation versus Theology of Prosperity,” will help you understand the challenges of the Brazilian evangelical churches in their relation to Liberation Theology and neo-Pentecostalism.
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Portuguese version of this article: Teologia da Libertação e neopentecostalismo: o grande desafio da igreja evangélica do Brasil.
Spanish versión of this article: Teología de la Liberación y neopentecostalismo: el gran desafío de la iglesia evangélica de Brasil.
Source: Julio Severo in English: www.lastdayswatchman.blogspot.com
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