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Charismatic Televangelism: The Global, Evolving Spirit1
Charismatic televangelism: The global, evolving spirit

Historians of religion inform us that the expansion of Christianity has not merely been an exercise of adding people into the kingdom but adding people of all ethnic groups and cultures into the family of God. Jenkins (2002) reveals that the map of world Christianity is changing, as a major shift is now taking place in the southern hemisphere (Africa, Asia and South America), with more Christians there than in the North—the traditional heartlands of the faith. Christians in many of the largest mega cities of the southern hemisphere—Sao Paolo, Mexico City, Kinshasa, Kampala, Manila and Seoul—boast of large numbers of Christians with the largest Protestant Church in the world being located in Seoul, ...

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