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Clade II—Huampaní, Peru, November 1979

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This chapter deals with the reception of CLADE II by Latin Americans and North Americans, and how CLADE II helped further the process of definition and independence for an autochthonous theological production by Latin American evangelicals. The program of CLADE II had three parts. The first was a descriptive one. It consisted of a presentation and evaluation of evangelism up to that time. The second part of the program was a reflective part. It aimed to reflect on major issues related to evangelism characteristic of each geographical region, followed by a theological reflection on four theological themes, "Christ and Anti-Christ in Proclamation," "Sin and Salvation in Contemporary Latin America. The third part of the congress was programmatic. It intended to formulate "concrete plans for evangelistic action in the 1980s.".

Keywords: CLADE II; evangelism; Latin Americans; North Americans; salvation; sin



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