Introducing Pentecostal Theology and Biblical Greek Series

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Introducing Pentecostal Theology and Biblical Greek Series

NEW Series in Pentecostal Theology in Introduction to the Greek New Testament is currently being made available as daily studies in New Testament Greek as related to the foundations of Pentecostal Theology both Doctrine and Praxis. Some of the topics will include:

  • Pentecostal Theology Lexicon of New Testament Greek
  • Preliminaries to Pentecostal Exegesis and the Greek Review
  • Pentecostal Explorations of the Greek New Testament: Teaching Introduction
  • Workbook for Introduction to Biblical Greek
  • Hebrew and Greek study notes in the BIble
  • Exhaustive Greek Dictionary to the Foundations of Pentecostal Theology
  • Introduction to the Pentecostal Greek New Testament for Pentecostals

and much more will be introduced to:

the Pentecostal Theology Group in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pentecostaltheologygroup/

via PentecostalTheology.com:  http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/

and the Pentecostal Theology Android App from Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pentecostaltheology.com&hl=en

SOME SAMPLE ARTICLES:

 

 

1 Comment

  • Troy Day
    Reply July 23, 2019

    Troy Day

    If we notice the parallels between the Greek versions of Matthew and Mark, we would see that we, as disciples of Christ, are meant to proactively preach the gospel in season and out of season to those that we come across as we are progressively going throughout our lives. Evangelism is more than a concept that we relegate to our pastors on a Sunday morning so that we may avoid complicated situations that may arise from attempting to share the gospel with someone in our work places, schools, and local gathering places. Evangelism is not something that is to be confined to the four walls of the building we call our church, but we must realize that evangelism is the mission of the ἐκκλησίᾳ (ekklesia | “gathering”) and that the body of Christ is the Church, not the building. If we are to win this lost and dying world to the cause of Christ, we are to take up this responsibility and equip ourselves and others with the skills and knowledge necessary for sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the kosmos | “ungodly multitude”, and it will only be with the taking up of this responsibility that we will be able to bring our lost friends, family members, and even our enemies to the salvific knowledge of Jesus Christ. http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/exegesis-great-commission/?fbclid=IwAR3mYL5nPHqL-2E7u6LtTAMNoL_bgZw1gy92XAZhka3ajPh9s6MH5TYX34M

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