Apostolicity: The History of the South African Apostolic by Thamo Naidoo

By Thamo Naidoo

inside of South African Pentecostal circles has emerged a flow of variegated streams, named during this learn because the Apostolic circulation (AM). Proponents of this circulate demand a go back to the ‘apostolicity of the church.’ The AM attracts consciousness to the character, hierarchical constitution and project of the church, introducing ‘new’ and contrasting views to these typically held by way of Pentecostal churches.

This learn specializes in the historical past of Apostolicity within the AM streams that experience emerged and constructed via 3 classes: the Nineteen Eighties, Nineteen Nineties and 2000s.
Specific awareness is given to the subsequent South African AM groups:

•New Covenant Ministries overseas (NCMI)
•Robert Munien of Grace overseas (GI)
•Congress global step forward community (C-WBN)
•International Strategic Alliance of Apostolic church buildings (ISAAC)
•Judah country Alliance (JKA)

While there are numerous different streams within the AM, this research has a selected concentrate on those groupings in the context of South African Pentecostalism.

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