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A osborne cross-cultural oral presentation

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  • 1. The American & Chinese Protestant Church How do they function and the roles they play in their respective societies. By: Amilia Osborne
  • 2. Facts about the Protestant Church Protestant Christianity began in the 1500's Protestants separated themselves from the Catholic Church in an effort to form a church with the truth from the Bible. • Notice the base word being “protest” Most Protestant churches recognize only two atonements directly commanded by the Lord - baptism and communion. † “Protestantism” can best be described as the broad division of Christian Churches globally † Protestants make up may many denominations such as: Methodist, Baptist, non-denominational, Pentecostal, COGIC, AME, etc. † There are 500 million Protestants in the world
  • 3. Chinese Christian Church The emerging Church and it’s role in Society
  • 4. Treatment of Spiritual Leaders
  • 5. Samuel Lamb Died in August 2013 at the age of 88.
  • 6. American Christian Church
  • 7. Treatment of Spiritual Leaders
  • 8. Underground Churches/ House- Churches
  • 9. • Tends to be Pentecostal • Minority religion in a hostile society • Churches are held underground/ housechurches • Christianity is not a part of the culture • Not a religion respected amongst rulers • Communist government runs the church • Do not have freedom to worship • Evangelism is not allowed • Christianity is the dominant religion • Church is respected often amongst the culture • Laws of separation between Church and state • Freedom to worship
  • 10. THE END !

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