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Prosperity Gospel: A Case Study of Benue State in North-Central Nigeria

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This paper is a report of a study conducted in Benue State—Nigeria among members of a Reformed church (NKST) and those of a Pentecostal church (Living Faith). The purpose of the study was to investigate the imaging of Christ in that region with special reference to prosperity gospel. Furthermore, how popular is this view? The result of the research reveals that Reformed and Pentecostal believers see Christ as Lord the Messiah, but also, the giver of prosperity as a blessing to His true believers.

Affiliations: 1: Institute for Public Theology and Development Studies, Mkar, Benue State Nigeria; University of Mkar, Mkar, Benue State, Nigeria


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