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2017 | 03 | 527-548
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Historiografi a pentekostalna i postkolonializm: przewartościowania i reinterpretacje

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Pentecostal historiography and postcolonialism: re-evaluations and re-interpretations
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Dynamiczny rozwój chrześcijaństwa pentekostalnego, zwłaszcza w tych społeczeństwach, które niegdyś doświadczyły zależności kolonialnych, powoduje przewartościowania i odmienne interpretacje jego początków oraz historii. Artykuł koncentrując się na ukazaniu przemian historiografi i ruchu zielonoświątkowego dowodzi, że współcześnie pisarstwo historyczne ukazuje go w wymiarze globalnym. Perspektywa globalna, paradoksalnie, powoduje konieczność uwzględnienia wielu odmiennych i niezależnych od siebie lokalnych i „oddolnych” historii ruchu, zdradzając przy tym zależność od krytyki postkolonialnej. Podejście postkolonialne, w istocie, zdaje się dominować w pracach współczesnych historyków ruchu.
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The dynamic development of the Pentecostal Christianity especially in societies that experienced colonial domination and dependencies, evokes necessity to re-evaluate and re-interpret its origin and history. The article resenting tendency and changes in the Pentecostal historiography argues that today’s historical writings concentrate on its global dimension. Global perspective, paradoxically, makes it necessity to take into account a variety of independent, local and grassroots histories of the movement, revealing its dependence on postcolonial theory. Th e postcolonial approach seems to dominate in works of the present historians of the Pentecostal movement.
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