In Theological Hermeneutics in the Classical Pentecostal Tradition: A Typological Account, L. William Oliverio Jr. accounts for the development of Classical Pentecostal theology, as theological hermeneutics, through four types: the original Classical Pentecostal hermeneutic, the Evangelical-Pentecostal hermeneutic, the contextual-Pentecostal hermeneutic, and the ecumenical-Pentecostal hermeneutic. Oliverio gives special attention to key figures in shaping Pentecostal theology and the underlying philosophical assumptions which informed their theological interpretations of reality. The text concludes with a philosophical basis for future Pentecostal theological hermeneutics within the contours of a hermeneutical realism that affirms both the hermeneutical nature of all theology and the implicit affirmation of realism within theological accounts.
Theological Hermeneutics in the Classical Pentecostal Tradition
Edited by Wolfgang Vondey, Regent University, Virginia, and Martin William Mittelstadt, Evangel University, Missouri
In The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship a table of experts offer an introduction to the writings, motivations, arguments, and methodology of one of the most influential voices of current Pentecostal scholarship.
Joshua R. Ziefle, Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington.
In David du Plessis and the Assemblies of God Joshua R. Ziefle utilizes the stories of both ecumenical Pentecostal David du Plessis and the Assemblies of God to detail the complicated tensions that arose during the Charismatic Movement of the 1960s and 1970s.
By Andy Lord
Drawing on pentecostal experience of growing church networks, this book offers a systematic ecclesiology that provides a fresh approach to catholicity, church structures, partnership and contextualisation.
by Karl Inge Tangen
Why do people identify with growing late modern churches – and does identification lead to morally transforming commitments beyond late modern consumerism? This case study presents findings that may inspire both social scientists and theological practitioners to new forms of thinking.
by Lisa P. Stephenson
This book analyzes the historical and theological factors resulting in the present situation among American Pentecostal women in ministry, and proposes a Feminist-Pneumatological anthropology and ecclesiology that address the problematic dualisms that have perpetuated Pentecostal women’s ...
By Denise A. Austin
This book explores how Christian identity motivated early twentieth century Chinese business Christians toward economic, social and religious contributions in China and beyond. Parallels are also revealed today, particularly through the influence of Pentecostal, charismatic and evangelical ...
Edited by W.K. Kay and A.E. Dyer
An interconnected account of the progress of the Pentecostal and charismatic movements in Europe has long been needed but has never before been attempted because of the diversity of languages spoken across the continent. This book provides historical, theological and sociological perspectives ...
Edited by Calvin L. Smith
Since the 1980s an explosion of Pentecostalism across Latin America has attracted considerable attention across various academic disciplines. This edited volume provides a multidisciplinary and continent-wide treatment of Latin American Pentecostalism by various experts, representing an ...
Wilma Wells Davies
Based on extensive empirical research, and utilizing predominately Latin American scholarly literature, this book examines connections between Argentine popular and pentecostal worldviews. It proposes that there is a major connection between the two rooted in cosmological assumptions of ...
Two distinct theologies of healing as represented by some of the foremost protagonists of the twentieth-century United States are analyzed and a solution is proposed to the tension generated by their differing approaches.
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