Protestantism after 500 Years
By 2040, half of all Protestants will live in Africa.
Two major movements within Christianity, Evangelicalism and Pentecostalism, overlap with Protestantism (as shown in the last diagram in the infographic).
The Story Behind Trump’s Controversial Prayer Partner
What Paula White’s Washington moment implies for the prosperity gospel’s future.
A movement within Pentecostalism, Word of Faith emphasizes positivity and prosperity; it's often summarized by outsiders as “name it and claim it.” Horton considers elements of this
Jerry Falwell Jr. Endorses Donald Trump; Here's How Other Evangelicals Compare
(UPDATED) Yes, 'The Donald' draws five times more admiration than Billy Graham. But polls of religiosity and leaders tell a different tale.
endorsements from figures such as Focus on the Family founder James Dobson—while Trump 'tends to work most closely with the prosperity wing of Pentecostalism' which tends to
The Church’s Three-Part Harmony
Why evangelical, sacramental, and Pentecostal Christians belong together in one body.
The Church's Three-Part Harmony. Why evangelical, sacramental, and Pentecostal Christians belong together in one body. Michael Bird| March 17, 2017.
Exploring Evangelicalism: The Assemblies of God
In this first iteration of the "Exploring Evangelicalism" series, I talk with Dr. George Wood, CEO and General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, USA.
for that. I've also written on why Pentecostals keep growing, and hosted Alton Garrison on The Exchange show to talk about Pentecostalism. Finally, you
3 Important Church Trends in the Next 10 Years
Christianity in the United States may look very different in 10 years.
And, if that trend continues, the math does not look good. Trend #2: Continued Growth of Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Movement. The second
Why Rio Was Upset a Pastor Didn’t Come to Carnival
Evangelicals have mixed feelings about mayor Marcelo Crivella, the latest symbol of Protestant ascendancy in Catholic Brazil.
Why Rio Was Upset a Pastor Didn't Come to Carnival. Evangelicals have mixed feelings about mayor Marcelo Crivella, the latest symbol of Protestant ascendancy in Catholic Brazil.
Why Do These Pentecostals Keep Growing?
Many evangelical churches and denominations are in a state of plateau or decline. Why aren’t Pentecostals?
In almost all Pentecostalism (as contrasted to other continualist streams) speaking in tongues follows the Holy Spirit's baptism. Nominals don't populate Pentecostalism, so it grows.
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Overspending Churches; Converting Catholics; Bob Jones University Investigation
Morgan Lee with some helpful statistical perspective on Latin America. We continue to see a dramatic shift toward Pentecostalism in Latin America. Enthusiasm
Hillsong Church at a Glance
What is Hillsong Church like, beyond the music that just about everyone sings?
Hillsong adds professionalism and positivity to their Pentecostalism. They are Pentecostal, which is not surprising given that most of the largest churches in Australia are.
Does Protestantism Need to Die?
Or to recover its riches? Two Protestant luminaries look at the legacy of the Reformation, 500 years later.
In each case, he wants us to see how these lively churches (and global Pentecostalism in general) are Protestant only in the sense that they are not Catholic or Orthodox.
The Third Wave: The Continualist Movement Continues
What is the Third Wave Charismatic Movement?
|. Ed Stetzer. Image: worldrevivalnetwork / flickr. 0; tweet; share; email; print. This is just one part of an entire series on various streams of Pentecostalism. Here is the rest of the series:
Know the Heretics: A Book Interview with Justin Holcomb
Justin Holcomb answers questions about his new book on heresy throughout church history.
persons within the Godhead. Modalism is seen today in the "Oneness" sect of Pentecostalism, which clearly denies the doctrine of the Trinity. In the Modalist
Understanding the Charismatic Movement
Over 300 million people in the world are considered charismatic Christians.
This is one part of a whole series of various streams of Pentecostalism. In a sense, Pentecostalism was entering the mainline (the Episcopal Church, no less) and this was news.