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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Historically this term refers the religious movement beginning in the 18th century that emphasized conversion that was often communicated through revivals and to the religious traditions that grew out of that movement (typically Methodist and various branches of Calvinism and Anglicanism). More recently, in the English Speaking world this term refers to a movement begun in the 1950 by Billy Graham and other preachers in the USA and England that inspired previously ostracized “Fundamentalist” to engage more with modern society.

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