The Work of the Spirit: Pneumatology and Pentecostalism
Ever since the sensational Azusa Street Revival in 1906, the global Pentecostal church has continued to explode numerically, pushing theological debates on the Holy Spirit to the forefront. This insightful collection draws together theologians, scientists, and Pentecostal scholars to make connections between the study and experience of the Holy Spirit. The authors begin by addressing theological implications before moving on to the Pentecostal experience, finally connecting the Spirit to scientific and philosophical reflections.
Filled with interdisciplinary insights, The Work of the Spirit is inspiring and timely, honoring a century of intense reflection on and involvement with the Holy Spirit.
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The Emergence of the Distinctive Features of Christian Pneumatology
The Holy Spirit A Person? Reflection on the Spirits Trinitarian Identity
Trinitarian Prolegomena for a Pneumatological Theology of Religions
Creation as a Premonition of God
Simplicity or Complexity?
Spirit Baptism in Pentecostal and Ecumenical Perspective
Early Pentecostals and the Study of Popular Religious Movements in Modern America
The Assemblies of God at a Crossroad
The Hidden Spirit and the Cosmos
Emergence Theory and the Creation Narratives in Pneumatological Perspective
Stories of How Decisions Are Made
The Spirit in Philosophical Theological and Interdisciplinary Perspectives