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Particulars of Christianity:
310 Pentecostalism,
the Charismatic
and Faith Movements



Specific Doctrines of the Charismatic Movement
and Faith Movement


Specific Doctrines of the Charismatic Movement/Faith Movement
Kenotic Theology
The Anointing and Being Under Authority (Part 1)
The Anointing and Being Under Authority (Part 2)
Sickness and Healing (Part 1)
Sickness and Healing (Part 2)
Prayer, Asking and Receiving (Part 1)
Prayer, Asking and Receiving (Part 2)
Christians and Material Wealth (Part 1)
Christians and Material Wealth (Part 2)
Christians and Material Wealth (Part 3)
The "Rhema" and "Logos" Word (Part 1)
The "Rhema" and "Logos" Word (Part 2)
Those Who Speak in Tongues Necessarily Understand Themselves

Section 1 | Section 2 | Section 3 | Section 4
| Section 5



During the introductory section of this series of articles, we wrote out a list of some of the false doctrines that can generally be found in the Charismatic Movement as a whole and in the Faith Movement more specifically. Having discussed in detail the history of the charismatic gifts, the illegitimacy of modern gifts, and the theories surround why the gifts passed, we will now move on to examine other specific doctrines. It should be noted that most of these doctrines pertain to the Faith Movement branch within the Charismatic Movement and do not necessarily relate to the Charismatic Movement as a larger category.

Furthermore, these doctrines do not specifically involve gifts even thought they are driven by some of the same basic philosophically driving the theology behind the modern gifts. In other words, these are false doctrines within the Faith Movement that do not involve the charismatic gifts. In our discussion of these topics, we will do our best to be as brief, complete, and to-the-point as possible.

The doctrines that we will cover in the following sections include:

1) Kenotic Theology
2) The Anointing and Being Under Authority
3) Sickness and Healing
4) Prayer, Asking and Receiving
5) Material Wealth
6) "Rhema" vs. "Logos" Word of God