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Gary Tyra’s The Holy Spirit in Mission, reviewed by Malcolm Brubaker

So, who should read this book? The last mentioned group certainly. Western evangelicals are facing many challenges of a changing cultural and spiritual terrain and Tyra challenges us to follow biblical and contemporary examples of Spirit-empowered Christianity. Even within the Pentecostal tradition from which this reviewer comes, there is a need to revisit founding impulses that launched Pentecostalism a century before. But others may profit from this study: non-Pentecostal missiologists, biblical scholars, and church historians seeking to understand this renewal movement. In our 21st century historical context we in the West are as much a mission-receiving culture as a mission-sending one. Tyra’s work helps us all to see where we need to go.

Reviewed by Malcolm R. Brubaker

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Category: Fall 2012, Pneuma Review, Spirit

About the Author: Malcolm R. Brubaker, Th.M. (Westminster Theological Seminary), M.Div. (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), B.A. (Evangel College), is Professor of Bible at Valley Forge Christian College in Phoenixville, PA, extension faculty for Assemblies of God Theological Seminary at VFCC, and a Ph.D. candidate at Regent University (Virginia Beach, VA). Malcolm has experience serving as a pastor and is the author of numerous articles and papers on biblical theology and homiletics, including the Ezekiel (1999) commentary for the Complete Biblical Library (World Library Press).

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