10 Pentecostal Theologians with Research for the Society for Pentecostal Studies

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Dr. Kenneth J. Archer:
A Pentecostal egalitarian view of humanity

Dr. Terry Cross:
The Doctrine of Healing

Dr. Paul King:
John A. MacMillan Regarding the Authority of the Believer

Dr. Amos Yong:
Pentecostal pastors and scholars to President Trump

 

Dr. Jon Ruthven:
Carl Barth and the Cessation of the Charismata

Dr. Andrew Gabriel:
Why is Joel Osteen’s Megachurch Still Growing?

 Dr. Harold Hunter:
The Forgotten Roots of the Azusa Street Revival

 

 

Dr. Vinson Synan:
Do all Pentecostals trace their roots to Azusa?

 

Dr. Donald W. Dayton:
Doctrine of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit

Dr. William DeArteaga:
Agnes Sanford and her Companions

 

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A good Bibliography in Pentecostal/Charismatic Theology

History Bartleman Frank Azusa Street (Bridge Publishing NJ. 1980) Dayton Donald. Theological Roots of Pentecostalism (Hendrickson Publishers, Peabody Mass, 1994)

The Largest and Most Complete Bibliography on the Pentecostal Charismatic Movement

Albrecht, Daniel E. Rites in the Spirit: A Ritual Approach to Pentecostal/Charismatic Spirituality. Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplement Series 17. Sheffield, UK: Sheffield

Pentecostalism: Advanced Information

Pentecostalism is an evangelical charismatic reformation movement which usually traces its roots to an outbreak of tongue – speaking in Topeka, Kansas, in 1901

The gift of tongues in relation to prayer

Is there anyone here that can direct me to a good, theologically based with good Scripture references and exegesis of the texts

A Complete List of Theological Schools, Colleges and Seminaries for Pentecostal Students and Scholars

Complete List of Pentecostal Theological Schools, Colleges and Seminaries with their full addresses, contact information, social media profiles and average cost per credit hour

 

2 Comments

  • Troy Day
    Reply March 10, 2018

    Troy Day

    Joseph Kidwell Daniel Rushing With over 20 politically loaded topics that I just counted in the program (there is probably many more) it is still quite surprising SPS dos not have political theology yet. Wonder why? sps-usa.org

    1. WTS THEME: BORDERS: BANE OR BLESSING?
    2. Recent political, economic, and social events, from immigration issues coming to the fore in the Brexit vote and the USA presidential election to relentless terrorist attacks across national borders

    3. Christian Ethics—Panel Discussion: “Pentecostalism and Trump’s America”

    4. Decolonizing Identity Politics

    5. London School of Theology, “A Task for the Anointing: Human Flourishing From a Pentecostal Perspective in the Trumpian Epoch

    6. Identity/Politics: Jean-Luc Nancy and the Falleness of identity

    7. A Wesleyan Means of Moral and Political Formation

    8. Boundaries are not Borders – A Narrative Exploration of Immigration

    9. “Borders, Habitations, Foreigners, and Strangers: Mary Bosanquet Fletcher’s Metaphors for an Expanding and Inclusive Gospel Ministry from the Margins”

    10. Human Right Versus Human Rights

    11. Keynote Address: “Breaking Borders & Boundaries Through Technology in a Digital Age,”

    12. Are some borders necessary to the establishment of the kingdom of God? If so, what are they?

    13. Are there borders which should separate Christians from people of other faiths?

    14. Constructing Borders of Legitimacy and the Assimilation of Ethnics

    15. Beyond Borders: A Relationship of Love with a Syrian Refugee Family

    16. Complementarianism: Borders in Bodies

    17. Segregation and Real-Estate Covenants in Kansas City

    18. The Joseph Dilemma: Spiritual Advisers and the Burden of Political Access

    19. By My Spirit: Divine and Human Agency in the Transformation of Sociopolitical Realities

    20. Defending Borders & Godly Nationalism

  • Reply March 12, 2018

    Ania

    For the record, I”m with Paulinho. Ozil only plays well when we play against inferior opposition. When the going gets tough, he disappears. This cannot be explained away by saying we are poor against the best teams or poor away; a player who is supposedly one of the best #10s in the world should be influential in the biggest games and against the best teams, regardless. Ozil simply isn”t. And Pierre, please spare us that tripe about trying to teach Le Grove about Ozil”s qualities. Everyone here is well aware of his quality: the question is whether he has any scrotum, and the answer is he doesn”t. professional writing

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