A dominação carismática de lideranças femininas neopentecostais: do Culto das Princesas de Sarah Sheeva ao Casamento Blindado de Cristiane Cardoso
Alternative TitleThe charismatic domination of neopentecostal women leaders: from the Cult of the Princesses by Sarah Sheeva to the Shielded Marriage by Cristiane Cardoso
AdvisorMariani, Ceci Maria Costa Baptista
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The present research aims at the dogma of the Immaculate Conception proclaimed by Pope Pius IX with the Ineffabilis Deus of December 8, 1854, putting an end to a long historical process of controversies around the doctrine of the Immaculate. Already in the first centuries of Christianity, the Holy Fathers developed the parallelism between Eve and Mary and some writers came to reflect on the idea of purity and holiness of Mary, with the purpose of exalting the holiness of Jesus, but failed to defend the belief in the Immaculate. What can be said that in these first centuries there is an implicit belief in the imaginatist doctrine. In century VIII, in the east appears the celebration of the Conception of the Virgin and soon arrives at the west by influence of the Byzantine Empire. The dogmatic definition is embedded in a complex historical context beginning with the end of the Middle Ages with the Protestant Reformation and beginning of the modern age with the advent of the Enlightenment that culminates in the French Revolution. All these events undermine the influence of the Church in the lives of the faithful and the State. In this interim reigns in the pontificate Pius IX that used of all the tools to fight with the modernist ideas between her the proclamation of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. The pontiff makes use of sensus fidei and tradition and biblical texts to legitimize the doctrine of imagination. The dogma presents an anthropological perspective as well as applicability in the life of the Catholic Christian when he looks at the Immaculate and assumes it as a model.
Culto das Princesas
Cult of the Princesses