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The self-understanding of the spiritual mapping movement

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This chapters purpose is to follow the narrative of the Spiritual Mapping Movement closely with respect to its self-understanding. It concerns a description of the emic expressions of the movements own theological and anthropological precepts. It asks how the movement itself understood its own nature and actions and how it tried to define them in theological and anthropological terms. The chapter discusses the relevant sources and the phenomenon of shifting concepts within the movement. It examines and describes the movements theological and anthropological self-understanding. Their theological self-understanding is examined through the movements own indication of its historical roots and its perception of its own epistemology and hermeneutics. Its view of demonology is the most important. It then examines its eschatology, ecclesiology, missiology and pneumatology. The anthropological self-understanding gives a description of the movements emphasis on its research methods and its perception of the concept of worldview.

Keywords: anthropological; demonology; epistemology; self-understanding; Spiritual Mapping Movement; theological



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