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Chapter 15: Result of Philippine American War

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Result of American Philippine War Filipino Casualties and Losses :before the first phase revolution and the second phase the major goal of the struggle is the owning of piece of land The Disposition of the Friars Lands :It traces its origin from the struggle of the Filipino clergy against racial discrimination and friar domination within the Roman Church in the 19th century, which, consequently,
:transformed into a nationalist crusade for the absolute
Filipinization of the Church in the twilight years of the 20th century. FIlipinization of the Church On October 20, 1898 he was appointed Military Vicar General of the revolutionaries.
The next day, Aglipay sent a letter to various clergy asking them to ask the
Pope to appoint Filipinos in all local church positions. Aglipay Becomes Military Vicar General On May 5, 1899, Archbishop Bernardino V. Nozaleda
excommunicated Aglipay from the Roman Catholic Church. Nozaleda Excommunicate Aglipay Mabini and the National Church is concept of a Christian church associated with a specific ethnic group or nation
state. The idea was notably discussed during the 19th century,
during the emergence of modern nationalism. The National Church Filipinization of the Church in the twilight years of the 20th century. In an epoch of strong nationalism and critical opposition to US domination
Opposition to the Filipinization The Separation from Rome This ministry focuses on helping Christians become oriented to living a life in Christ.
Just as you receive orientation in a new job, you too
need to be coached or oriented to your new spiritual life.
Getting born again is a major step of faith and is necessary to secure eternal life. Converts to the New Church They attempted to get him to sign a document swearing his allegiance to the
Roman Catholic Church. Aglipay said he would sign it
if the Church would continue to work towards appointing more Filipino priests.
Attempts to Win Back Aglipay On January 18, 1903, Aglipay s appointed Supreme Bishop of the Philippine
Independent Church by the bishops of Manila, Cavite
, Nueva Ecija, Isabela, Cagayan, Pangasinan, and Abra. Consecration of Aglipay as Bishop In our not so distant past new churches were started whenever two or three
Methodist lay-folks found themselves in a new territory t
hat needed a new proclamation of the Gospel.
Today, we have too often relegated the task of starting new churches to
denominational agencies and officers, but historically this task was the
work of every Methodist throughout the world.
Our future relies on us reclaiming this fundamental freedom and
responsibility to proclaim the
Gospel and form communities of disciples to which we were
all ordained by God's grace in our baptisms. Importance of the New Church :trillion of people died in the war
:theyhaving a casualties like food,shelter and etc. :peasants died thousand and the other remained poor and landness :October 22 1899
Today in 1899, Apolinario Mabini, by that time former foreign minister of the Philippines, issued a manifesto to the Filipino clergy calling for our own Filipino Independent Church.

Mabini saw a need for a Filipino Church, though still under the Vatican, that would work with the Revolutionary government. During the Spanish Era, the clergy in the Philippines were mostly Spanish Friars. Mabini wanted a clergy with Filipino officials from the top position down to the rank and file, A clergy with Spanish Friars would not benefit the ongoing revolution. Two crises between AD 330 and 518
helped shape the Greek part of the empire.
The first was the invasion by barbarian Huns,
Visigoths, and Ostrogoths in the fifth century.
The second major crisis was religious in nature.
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