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Religion, Law, and Pentecostalism in Indonesia

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Abstract Since Indonesian independence the state has attempted to protect freedom of religious practice by managing religions, and has enacted many religious regulations. Three of those regulations which especially impact the work of Pentecostals are the limits on financial aid from abroad, the ban on proselyzation, and the requirement for FKUB permits for building houses of worship. Because of these regulations, Pentecostal spread in Indonesia is both generally suspect, and a further problem for the state Ministry of Religion, charged with maintaining religious stability.


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