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- Neo-Celtic Christianity or Contemporary Celtic Christianity are terms used to describe a religious movement to re-****ert or restore beliefs and practices...
- The Neo-charismatic (also third-wave charismatic or hypercharismatic) movement is a movement within evangelical Protestant Christianity that is composed...
- across historical Christian denominations), and the Neo-charismatic movement. Charismatic Christianity grew out of Protestantism and is distinguished from...
- Reconquista of the Iberian Peninsula. It required Jews to convert to Catholic Christianity or be expelled from Spain. Most of the history of the "New Christians"...
- called evangelical Christianity or evangelical Protestantism, is a worldwide interdenominational movement within Protestant Christianity that emphasizes...
- In Christianity, Neo-orthodoxy or Neoorthodoxy, also known as theology of crisis and dialectical theology, was a theological movement developed in the...
- significance and legitimacy of the "Neo" in expressions like "Neo-Hinduism and "Neo-Vedanta"? Could we speak of "Neo-Christianity" as well? In fact, I have used...
- charismatic, neo-charismatic, independent, and other churches are on the rise, and constitute a significant part of Protestant Christianity. Some groups...
- lines, and encomp****ing groups that adhere to Christianity, Judaism, Mandaeism and Islam. Christian Neo-Aramaic languages have long co-existed with classical...
- in liberal Christianity; synthesized liberal Protestant theology with existentialist philosophy, but later came to be counted among the "neo-orthodox"...