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El pentecostalismo en México y su propuesta de experiencia religiosa e identidad nacional. Un breve recorrido histórico, 1920-1948

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Author(s): Deyssy Jael de la Luz García

Journal: Revista Cultura y Religión
ISSN 0718-4727

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: pentecostalismo | México | Espíritu Santo | identidad religiosa | cambio religioso

ABSTRACT
The following work is a case study of Mexican classical Pentecostalism located in the first four decades of the twentieth century. Through the study of the Church of God in Mexico, IDRM, seeks to highlight the social impact of this religious movement had on society of the time and should know its proposal to live the faith, citizenship and Mexicanness (recall that long evangelicals in general, in the imaginary Catholic and secular citizens were considered "second tier" for not being Guadalupe). It explains why the insertion, the emergence and development of the Pentecostal movement as part of Protestantism in Mexico in terms of meaning and social practice of his preaching. It also identifies individuals who drove Pentecostalism in Mexico and its social ideology, moral, spiritual and ethical.
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