Pentecostal hermeneutics and personal experiences (Revisiting the discussion on Hermeneutics in the Spirit)
Do they have an effect on interpretation? Should they? Could a Pentecostal hermeneutic with its possible emphasis on personal experience imply following Schleiermacher, Kierkegaard, and others into existential subjectivism? Could a Pentecostal hermeneutic be just another kind of new hermeneutic? agchurches.org
John Kissinger [06/25/2015 6:36 AM]
with a specific question about the role of Schleiermacher’s theological presuppositions https://books.google.com/books?id=ZBYcAe24A64C&pg=PA146&lpg=PA146&dq=schleiermacher+and+pentecostals&source=bl&ots=sT3b_abclq&sig=IYMGKeSYZDorurHtuAJUWThWf5I&hl=en&sa=X&ei=4tiLVb3GNpLRggTBhICwAQ&ved=0CDkQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=schleiermacher%20and%20pentecostals&f=false
John Kissinger [06/25/2015 6:49 AM]
for some say: ‘neither’ Rick Wadholm Jr Monte Lee Rice Charles Page http://homebrewedchristianity.com/2014/05/06/neither-barth-nor-schleiermacher-modern-theology/
John Kissinger [06/25/2015 1:34 PM]
Schleiermacher? anyone? hint: he did shape modern theology
Charles Page [06/25/2015 1:36 PM]
don’t want to harm him with my clawhammer!!! 😉
Charles Page [06/25/2015 1:38 PM]
Dr. David Vanoy knows Schleiermacher!
Pentecostal Theology [06/25/2015 4:23 PM]
What would be his take on this discussion?