Crazy Christianity: Pentecostalism

Paarsurrey says:


The sentence “The Pentecostal faith, like most Christian faiths, centers completely around the Bible and its inerrancy. ” is referred.

Bible is not written by Jesus or dictated by Him; it is written by anonymous and sinful scribes; so it is not in-errant.

One big example of its being errant is that it could not record that Jesus did not die a cursed death on the Cross. Jesus survived and migrated to India.

This one example shatters the myth of the inerrancy of the Bible. Just with this truth the edifice of Christianity comes to the ground

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What it’s all about:

Pentecostalism was born out of a nine-year movement in Los Angeles called the Azusa Street Revival in which people, led by a preacher named William J. Seymour, experienced dramatic inter-racial worship services that included speaking in tongues, and spiritual experiences involving miracles. (source) Just about every Pentecostal church traces its roots back to this Revival, however, some left the movement with different ideas about the doctrine of the Trinity, leaving the Pentecostal Church largely divided between Trinitarian and non-Trinitarians. Each church is self-governed, however, many are affiliated with the Pentecostal World Fellowship. The latest research (conducted by the a Pew Forum in 2011) “found that there were an estimated 279 million classical Pentecostals, making 4 percent of the total world population and 12.8 percent of the world’s Christian population Pentecostal” making it “the largest Protestant denominational family.” 44% of all Pentecostals are found in Sub-Saharan Africa while 37% are…

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