Stanley M. Horton: Shaper of Pentecostal Theology

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by Lois E. Olena with Raymond L. Gannon
Foreword by George O. Wood

Stanley M. Horton is well known and respected as a gifted leader—a history-maker whose impact will be felt on future generations forever.

Discover how God used his writings and teachings to affirm the doctrinal destiny of Pentecostalism and the Assemblies of God in the twentieth century and up to the present. You’ll enjoy the adventures and miracles of his childhood set against the backdrop of early Pentecostalism. You’ll also learn how he went on to unite passionate faith and disciplined scholarship in a beautiful balance.

Leaders young and old will be inspired by the humble grace of this faithful servant of Christ. Paper. 318 pages.

12 Comments

  • Reply April 2, 2016

    Jon Ray

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  • Reply November 12, 2016

    Walter Polasik

    I want to get this biography. I have read a lot of the late Dr. Horton’s work. It was very formative of my spiritual development when I was in college (I had first gone to Bob Jones University, a non-Pentecostal college and read a lot of Dr. Horton’s work there, especially “What the Bible Says About the Holy Spirit”). Finally, when I transferred to Evangel University I had the chance to meet Dr. Horton, talk to him and even have a signed copy of the very book I mention above.

  • Reply March 3, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    the one who should be often consulted Link Hudson

  • Reply March 4, 2019

    Robert Erwine

    solid theologian , my go to .

  • Reply March 4, 2019

    Daniel J Hesse

    Stanley Horton truly represented every fruit of the Spirit in each encounter. He had no pretense or presumption. Each time I met him, he was simply appreciative and approachable. My first book on the Holy Sprit in 1976 was the one he authored. A gifted mind and servant and friend of God.

  • Reply March 4, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Link Hudson have you read anything by Horton?

  • Reply March 4, 2019

    Link Hudson

    Not that I recall. Sounds like a great guy.

    • Reply March 4, 2019

      Daniel J Hesse

      Link Hudson A gentle and tender spirit. Strong in the Lord.

    • Reply March 4, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      Great theology – no one should attempt doing Pentecostal theology in the West without reading Dr. Horton

    • Reply March 4, 2019

      Robert Erwine

      he was very cool and I dont say that about many people

    • Reply March 4, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      he is a very clear direct Pentecostal theologian

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