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This book describes the history of Spiritual Mapping as a movement and as a concept, which overlapped for some time. As a movement, Spiritual Mapping developed at the end of the 1980s and in the first half of the 1990s in the United States. The movement originated within US Evangelicalism and developed into a Neo-Pentecostal movement. As a concept, Spiritual Mapping originated somewhat earlier than the movement in US Evangelicalism in the second half of the 1980s. This study first investigates both the history of the modern concept of Spiritual Mapping and the accompanying movement. Second, the study tries to indicate aspects of the cultural and theological contexts in which Spiritual Mapping was born and developed. In the context of the classical systematic theological thinking of Evangelicals in the US, Spiritual Mapping has its own line of approach, especially in angelology in connection with its emphasis on demonology.

Keywords: Neo-Pentecostalism; Spiritual Mapping; theological framework; US Evangelicalism



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