LUMINA Volume 22 No. 2

A Transhistorical Interview: Adolf Deissmann on a 21st Century Leader

by Thom Wolf

In this article, a transhistorical interviewer from the first decade of the 21st century conducts an interview with Adolf Deissmann in the first decade of the 20th century, on Paul of Tarsus of the 1st century. Statistics from Boston University's World Religion Database and many other sources indicate that a century-long trend (1910-2010) is making charismatic evangelical Christianity the most representative form of rapidly-replicating Christianity in the early 21st century. As a result, Paul, the social change leader of earliest Christianity, has gained a premier global position and has become a paradigmatic voice for that spreading spirituality.

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