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Der neutestamentliche charismatische gottesdienst im lichte der heutigen charismatischen erneuerung der kirche

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This chapter explores the so-called. "Charismatic Renewal of the Church" and presents very briefly some information on the history of charismatic awakenings. The main characteristic of the charismatic renewal movement is the rediscovery and revitalization of the New Testament charisms. Generally regarded as a prerequisite for such a revival of charisms a new turn to Jesus Christ, so that his spirit by the Christians and the result of such devotion to Jesus is the renewal of the personal life of prayer, of conversation with God. Another consequence is the renewal of the service and that a church service many have the opportunity to express them and contribute. Revelation can happen in several ways. The context in Paul (verses 29-32) makes it clear that especially the charism of prophecy in mind. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: charismatic renewal; Christians; Paul; prophecy



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