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Evangelical Declaration Of Cochabamba

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We believe that special revelation is the first and indispensable condition for knowing God and understanding the significance of human life and history. While God has made Himself partially known through nature and through the law written in the hearts of men, He has revealed Himself in the clearest and most definite way through Jesus Christ, to whom the Bible testifies. It is primarily upon this fact that we base our theological reflection and attempt to understand our mission as the people of God in Latin America. The acknowledgment of biblical authority may be considered one of the most widespread characteristics of the evangelical movement in Latin America.

Keywords: Bible; evangelical movement; Jesus Christ; Latin America



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