Religion Midterm Study Guide

Claimed he was the brother of jesus wanted to rid

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Taiping Rebellion: led by Hong. Claimed he was the brother of Jesus, wanted to rid China of Confucius ideals. Antonian Movement: Kimpa Vita in the Congo resisting the Europeans. Black Jesus EJCSK: Simon Kimbangu, healings and biblical teachings. Rejected violence, polygamy, magic, etc. Christian Missionary Society: protestant missionaries were sent around the world Campus Crusades: founded by Bill Bright Moral Majority: pro family pro life and founded by Falwell. Anti-communist
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National Party: apartheid and conservative ideals. Right-winged Dutch Reformed Church: started in the Netherlands. Largest church in South Africa. Separate but equal Asian Theological Conference: ? IURD: Pentecostal organization founded in Brazil CMS and the Kuguru: East Africa Key Concepts: The Requerimiento didn’t really force them to convert but wanted to control them by listing consequences if they didn’t submit. McCauly’s minute was neutral on all religious questions. Kimpa Vita challenged cultural imperialism by saying that Jesus and the Virgin Mary were black (Congolese). Called Bernardo a liar State Theology: people had to submit to the law. The State used the Bible to justify the apartheid movement. Church Theology: reconcilition, non-violence and justice. Contradiction because you can’t reconcile with evil/ Satan. Prophetic Theology: represented the majority. While whites were the minority, in numbers, they were held above the others. Kairos Document favored prophetic theology Essay #1: Requerimiento of 1513 (Option A part 1) Minute of Indian Education (Option A part 1) Kimpa Vita (Option A part 2) Hugo Chavez (Option B part 1) Oscar Romero (Option B part 1) Jerry Falwell (Option B part 2) Billy Graham (Option B part 2)
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