apostolicism

apostolicism

the condition of adhering to the evangelical doctrine of sanctification and to practicing such rites as healing and foot washing; following the teachings of the twelve apostles. — apostolic, n. — apostolical, adj.
See also: Christianity
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On the religious front, indigenous Zimbabweans responded variously to missionary teaching, and, inspired by developments in South Africa, AIC Ethiopianism, AIC Apostolicism and AIC Zionism quickly emerged as the dominant responses to mainstream Christianity.
He covers Pentecostal origins in the borderlands, Pentecostal origins in northern Mexico and southern Texas, persecution and expansion: repatriado histories, borderlands solidarity, the texture of transnational Apostolicism, whether the Pentecostal subaltern can sing, and whether it can speak.