Global Mission Paper
Samuel Escobar, the staunchest critic of American evangelical social convertism, was born in Arequipa, Peru, a city noted for its colonial era Spanish architecture and spectacular snow capped Andes mountains peaks. While the number of Latin American Protestants increased in the Mid-century, in the 1930s Escobar’s town was referred to as Rome of Peru due to its spectacular religious procession was still denominated Roman Catholicism. Escobar’s parents at that time were strongly affiliated with Evangelical Peruana a religious minority group more concerned with biblical fluency and spiritual piety more than with politics.
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