REL321 Week 8

REL321 Week 8 - A) Pentecostalism is a movement that labels...

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A) Pentecostalism is a movement that labels a wide variety of Christians that believe in a personal relationship with God and the Holy Spirit, rather than having set rules on the ways that God can interact with a person. They are very accepting of all different groups, including various races, social standing, and gender. This is in part with the group is very diverse and although for many different views to be seen. They are also known for being one of the first majors groups in America that allowed women to have leadership positions in the church. Pentecostalism differs from fundamentalism, as they do not have a set dogma or doctrine of faith that governs their beliefs. Instead, they believe in a loose interpretation of the scriptures. This and the other factors cater to many different people being able to associate themselves with this group. B) Pentecostalism would definitely fail under egalitarianism. This means that everyone in the group has the same economic, political, civil, and social rights
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