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A ‘Time to Share Love’: Global Pentecostalism and the Social Ministry of David Yonggi Cho

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This paper considers the response of Pentecostals globally to matters of social concern, particularly as found in the teaching and ministry of David Yonggi Cho and the church he founded, Yoido Full Gospel Church. Global Pentecostalism has through its message the potential to engage in social transformation, and Cho’s ministry with its work among the poor, the leadership of women, and its theology of sacrificial love is an example of that potential.

Affiliations: 1: University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK a.h.anderson@bham.ac.uk

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This paper considers the response of Pentecostals globally to matters of social concern, particularly as found in the teaching and ministry of David Yonggi Cho and the church he founded, Yoido Full Gospel Church. Global Pentecostalism has through its message the potential to engage in social transformation, and Cho’s ministry with its work among the poor, the leadership of women, and its theology of sacrificial love is an example of that potential.

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2012-01-01
2017-10-24

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