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WHI-1220 | Reformation Brazil, Part 2

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Many project that by 2020, the majority of Brazil’s Christian Population will be Evangelical Protestant, ninety percent of whom come from charismatic or Pentecostal churches. But according to our guest on this program, there is a new interest in Reformation theology among Brazil’s Pentecostals. Michael Horton discusses this trend with Walter McAlister, who is the Bishop of what he refers to as a network of over two hundred “Reformed Pentecostal” churches. In the second half of the program, Michael Horton will be speaking with Herber Campos Jr. about the state of Brazilian Christianity.Many project that by 2020, the majority of Brazil’s Christian Population will be Evangelical Protestant, ninety percent of whom come from charismatic or Pentecostal churches. But according to our guest on this program, there is a new interest in Reformation theology among Brazil’s Pentecostals. Michael Horton discusses this trend with Walter McAlister, who is the Bishop of what he refers to as a network of over two hundred “Reformed Pentecostal” churches. In the second half of the program, Michael Horton will be speaking with Herber Campos Jr. about the state of Brazilian Christianity.


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  • [&] Aquí pueden oír la segunda entrevista con Walter McAlister, que es un Obispo en las Asambleas de Dios en Brasil. [&]

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  • Guest - Chris Russell

    Great podcast. When you began talking about the Assemblies of God in the U.S. I think there are more AG Pentecostals that are moving towards reformed theology than you think. I would know, I am an AG pastor and I am beginning to realize that I am not the only one that is moving towards reformed theology. In fact I see the pentecostal church in America going down the same road as the pentecostal church in Brazil.

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  • Guest - Russell Cress

    Many of the reasons for why I consider myself a Reformed Pentecostal were perfectly spelled out in this podcast. May God bless the revival in Brazil, and may the Pentecostals around the world learn from our Reformed Pentecostal brothers in Brazil. Soli Deo Gloria!

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  • We are seeing the same thing here in the Dominican Republic. Pentecostal churches are moving toward classic evangelical theology, moving back into small-c charismatic territory and focused very closely on the Scriptures. There are certainly still the showy graceless congregations, but the nominally Pentecostal, or formerly-Pentecostal-not-Baptist, are much more deeply rooted in the gospel than most evangelicals in my hometown in the US.

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