evangelicals, Mexico, church-state relations
This poster defines and classifies the types of relations that, since 1992, Mexican Evangelicals intend to establish with the State. Based on a literature review and in a case study, it is proposed that Evangelicals in Mexico do not seek a unique model for state-church relations, but many. In the Pentecostal church analyzed, two models were identified: 1) a “multi-confessional” regime inspired by biblical theocracy, and 2) a secular regime with “less jurisdictional” and more “ultra-liberal” tendencies.
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Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Hawley, Abraham, "Which Kind Of Relation Do Evangelicals Intend To Establish With The State In Mexico?" (2021). English Language Institute. 157.
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