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The rebirth of Latin American Christianity

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York, USA .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Paginationxvi, 278 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25621437M
ISBN 100199843139
ISBN 109780199843138

Studies in World Christianity / List of Issues / Vol Issue 1 / Todd Hartch. The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. Author: David Kirkpatrick.   Read "Todd Hartch. The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. xvi+, Pb £ ISBN , Studies in World Christianity" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your : Kirkpatrick, David.

  With unsurpassed knowledge of Latin American history, John Lynch’s New Worlds: A Religious History of Latin America sets out to explore the reception of Christianity by native people and how it influenced their social and religious lives, from the Christian evangelists’ arrival in Latin America to the dictators of the late twentieth century. Christianity in Latin America: A Short History Prologue Latin America unites in itself the European, African, and American streams of civilization. Simi-larly so, Christianity did not develop in an airtight, pasteurized package but was influenced by the religions and .

Spanning more than years, this illustrated book covers the rich history of Christianity in Latin America. The authors use an analytical framework as they describe the institutional religious history for the period covered in that chapter, providing the context to look at other concurrent though non-institutional developments within : Ebook. From Catholics, to Latter-day Saints, and Seventh-day Adventists to a host of Christian denominations, church is as important as air to breathe for many in the Latino community.


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Hartch’s work benefits from being academically robust (it’s published by Oxford University Press), sympathetic in tone, and unflinching in describing the /5. Today, Latin American Christianity is so energized that the region is sending missionaries to Africa, Europe, and the United States.

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As the demographic center of Christianity has shifted to the global South, Latin America has become one of the most important regions in the world for both Catholicism and Protestantism.

This book shows that despite facing serious problems that had the potential to marginalize the religion, Christianity in the region has been revitalized in several ways since In an astute analysis of how Latin American Christianity has been transformed sinceTodd Hartch attributes this rebirth to five significant movements: that of witnesses and evangelists, the prophetic movement committed to the poor and oppressed, the Pentecostal and charismatic movement, the ascent of the laity, and the recognition of the.

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An Eastern Kentucky University history professor’s book has been recognized on a list of 15 outstanding books for for missionary studies.

The International Bulletin of Missionary Research selected Dr. Todd Hartch’s “The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity” for the honor. The book, recognized by Christianity Today magazine as last year’s best book in Missions/Global Affairs.

Todd Hartch offers an insightful look at global Christianity in The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity (Oxford Studies in World Christianity, Oxford University Press, ; source: publisher) by focusing on the region of Latin America in the last sixty years.

In this book, Hartch tells the ironic story of how Protestant activism from Predominantly Catholic for centuries, Latin America is still largely Catholic today, but the religious continuity in the region masks great changes that have taken place in the past five decades.

In fact, it would be fair to say that Latin American Christianity has been transformed definitively in the years since the Second Vatican Council.

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New challenges from modernity, especially in the form of Protestantism and Marxism, ultimately brought forth new life. In The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity, Todd Hartch examines the changes that have swept across Latin America in the last fifty years, and situates them in the context of the growth of Christianity in the global South.

Today, Latin American Christianity is so energized that the region is sending missionaries to Africa, Europe, and the United States.

In The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity, Todd Hartch examines the changes that have swept across Latin America in the last fifty years and situates them in the context of the growth of Christianity in the Brand: Oxford University Press. The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity challenges widely held assumptions regarding the unidirectional benefits of this new religious economy.

Hartch argues that growing Protestant competition in the religious marketplace revitalised Roman Catholicism in the second half of the twentieth century, rather than weakened : David Kirkpatrick.

Consequently, sometimes in the U.S. pulpit, preaching can come across more like the "American Dream" than sound, biblical teaching.

The following are some of the contrasts between American Christianity and biblical Christianity: 1. American Christianity focuses on individual destiny. The Bible focuses on corporate vision and destiny.Todd Hartch's "The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity" Todd Hartch is Associate Professor of History at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky.

His first book, Missionaries of the State: The Summer Institute of Linguistics, State Formation, and Indigenous Mexico, examined the role of the Wycliffe Bible Translators in : Marshal Zeringue.