A 'THICK DESCRIPTION' OF TWO BIBLE STUDIES BY THE BELHAR LIGHTHOUSE GROUP

Douglas G Lawrie

Abstract


Profile of the group
This group functions as a "cell" of the Lighthouse, a relatively new Pentecostal church in
the Cape Peninsula. The members of the group are virtually all people who belonged to
other churches before they joined the Lighthouse. Beneath the surface of "Lighthouse
theology", which is charismatic and conservatively evangelical (with a strong emphasis on
personal conversion), one thus finds traces of many different ecclesiastical traditions.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/78-0-689

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