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Pentecostalisms in Nicaragua: General Aspects of their Foundations, Growth and Social Participation

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This article approaches the topic of Pentecostal movements in Nicaragua, taking into account their origin, establishment and development in the country. Deep questions are posited that allow to widen the discussion on some controversial aspects with regard to Pentecostalism, such as their numeric growth in a relatively short time; their most important theological foundations that have brought many to characterize them as a fundamentalist movement; and their recent participation in the political life of the country. These and other elements are open to a discussion to be developed in a wider and more systematic investigation.

Affiliations: 1: Protestant Faculty of Theological Studies of CIEETS in Managua (FEET — CIEETS); Centrum IIMO


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