Ligia Crut – Perceptions on Women in Romanian Evangelicalism: An Interview with Danut Manastireanu


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Ligia Cruț – The Romanian evangelical communities have always promoted the idea of discipleship, of the importance of spiritual formation, mostly done in small groups of young people or students. At a certain point in recent history, we also witnessed the formation of women discipleship groups. How did this become a priority for evangelical leaders in Romania? Was there some institutional structure promoting it or was it a local initiative?

Dănuț Mănăstireanu[1] – Let me first set the record straight. Discipleship—the personal formation under the authority of a mentor, is a model that predates Christianity and was adopted into the new religion from Judaism, being the main “mechanism” for the religious formation of new converts. Yet, it was abandoned to a large extent when the Roman Empire became Christian by decree, in the 4th century. In majority Christian contexts, discipleship continued to exist, to this day, almost exclusively…

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De Alexandru Nădăban Publicat în 2014

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