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Pentecostalism and Corona in Nigeria
02 April 2020

While those who identify as secular or non-religious may be unused to dealing with existential crises, many Christian communities - particularly Pentecostal congregations - have been preparing for the End Times for decades. How does Nigeria's most influential Pentecostal pastor make sense of the coronavirus? CRCG Fellow Dr Kim Knibbe investigates.

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Last modified:02 April 2020 11.34 p.m.

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