Pentecostalismo e identidad nacional. El uso de la iconografía en los templos pentecostales de Chile
Delgado López, Enrique
Palomo Hatem, Ludwing Eder Faisal
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In the early years of the twentieth century, an autochthonous Pentecostalism emerged in Chile, which, among other things, differed from the rest of the Latin American Pentecostalisms by the ornamentation of its temples, since they are adorned with murals that contain representations of biblical passages, but go further, because in them they incorporate icons of the national, regional and landscape culture of the country. this research article focus on these murals act as pedagogical elements to consolidate the Pentecostal doctrine, at the same time as they form a national identity, which is rooted in a kind of civic-religious binomial, since the iconography links its faith with its geographic and cultural context.