Can/Should #Pentecostal #Theology be scholastically defined?
David M. Hinsen [07/17/2015 8:55 PM]
John Kissinger [07/17/2015 8:56 PM]
Nothing is definitively. Only God is an absolute!
David M. Hinsen [07/17/2015 8:56 PM]
Ha! So you caught it
John Kissinger [07/17/2015 8:57 PM]
Pentecostalism is a movement! http://talkingpentecostalism.blogspot.com/2006/10/what-is-pentecostalism.html
Charles Page [07/17/2015 8:58 PM]
Pathway Sunday School literature board has that responsibility!
John Kissinger [07/17/2015 8:58 PM]
Pathway does not hold (c) on the original curriculum(s)
John Kissinger [07/17/2015 9:00 PM]
Marquette University: What is Pentecostal Theology According to the Theologians http://epublications.marquette.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1008&context=dissertations_mu
John Kissinger [07/17/2015 9:01 PM]
Mark Biteler This last one is pretty good but not holistic for some reason http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/pentecostalism-defined-variously/
Mark Biteler [07/17/2015 10:07 PM]
Christianity is, by definition, supernatural.
John Ruffle [07/18/2015 2:56 AM]
Pneumatology. (But I bet I spelt it wrong, haha!)
David M. Hinsen [07/18/2015 2:56 AM]
Oh if you did, there’s one to correct it
John Kissinger [07/18/2015 7:07 AM]
if there’s no defining, is there a danger of open revelation?