Pentecostal hamartiologiya and the doctrine of the salvation of man in the theology of Christians of the Evangelical Faith

Authors

  • Olha Pidluzhna

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/2017.83.775

Keywords:

classical Pentecostalism, Pentecostal theology, anthropological dimensions of sin, salvation theology, Pentecostal hamartioloigy, Pentecostal anthropology, Pentecostal doctrine salvation, theology of the Assemblies of the Churches of God

Abstract

In the article by О.Pidluzhna "Pentecostal hamartiologiya and the doctrine of the salvation of man in the theology of Christians of the Evangelical Faith" it is pointed out that Pentecostals do not have the doctrinal corpus of documents of their faith unified for all communities. This gives rise to certain difficulties in their own self-presentation and agreement with each other, as well as in scientific attempts to interpret Pentecostal practices. The author proves that the doctrine of saving man in Pentecostal is the most multifaceted and perfect, it is almost impossible to find differences for the existence of other interpretations, otherwise it will contradict the Holy Scripture. An attempt has been made to emphasize the study of the main components of the biblical doctrine of human salvation within the theology of the Assemblies of the Churches of God, in contrast to the scientific generalized joint experience of the classical Pentecostals and charismatics.

Published

2017-09-01

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