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Pilgrimage Into Pentecost: The Pneumatological Legacy of Howard M. Ervin

6 Howard Ervin, Professor of Old Testament at Oral Roberts University, interview by author, Tulsa, OK, 9 February 2006.
7 Ervin, interview by author, 9 February 2006.
8 Ervin, interview by author, 9 February 2006.
9 Howard M. Ervin, “Pilgrimage into Pentecost,” Ervin Publications, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK, n.d., audiocassette.
10 Ervin, “Pilgrimage into Pentecost.”
11 Howard M. Ervin, “My Testimony,” Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK, 1968, audiocassette.
12 Howard M. Ervin, “My Testimony,” Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK, 1968, audiocassette.
13 Howard M. Ervin, “My Testimony,” Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK, 3 October 1969, audiocassette.
14 Paul Elbert, “Editors Preface,” in Essays on Apostolic Themes: Studies in Honor of Howard M. Ervin Presented to Him by Colleagues and Friends on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. Paul Elbert (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1985), xii.
15 Howard M. Ervin, “For Such a Time as This.” Outreach, no. 1 (1965): 24.
16 Howard M. Ervin, Professor of Old Testament at Oral Roberts University, interview by author, Tulsa, OK, 26 February 2007.
17 Letter to Howard Ervin read by Dr. Ralph Fagin, Vice President for Academic Affairs, “Howard M. Ervin Retirement Reception,” Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK, 5 December 2006, Mp3 recording by author.
18 Farrah and Durasoff, xii.
19 Elizabeth Porter, “Dr. Howard Ervin Retires after 40 Years of Teaching.” The University Oracle, 8 December 2006, sec. A, p. 2.
20 Ervin, “Pilgrimage into Pentecost.”
21 Howard Ervin, Professor of Old Testament at Oral Roberts University, interview by author, Tulsa, OK, 8, January, 2008.
22 Killian McDonnell, “Improbable Conversation: The International Classical Pentecostal/Roman Catholic Dialogue” Pneuma no 2, Fall 1995.
23 Alexander, 264.
24 Farrah and Durasoff, xii.
25 Ervin, Conversion-Initiation and Baptism in the Holy Spirit (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1984). v, viii. He often discusses the anti-sacramental presuppositions of James Dunn. Ervin argues that baptismal regeneration argues for subsequent Spirit baptism against the conversion-initiation paradigm.
26 Howard Ervin, “Testimony” Day of Renewal at St. Nicholas Catholic Charismatic Center, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK. October 1978. Audio cassette recording.
27 Ervin, “Testimony.” October 1978.
28 Ervin, “My Testimony,” 1968, Audio cassette recording.
29 Ervin, “My Testimony,” 1968, Audio cassette recording.
30 Howard M. Ervin, “Refilled” Lecture from GTHE 692 Pneumatology, Oral Roberts University. 2 February 2006. Mp3 recording by author.
31 Howard M. Ervin, “Refilled” Lecture from GTHE 692 Pneumatology, Oral Roberts University. 2 February 2006. Mp3 recording by author.
32 Howard M. Ervin, This Which Ye See and Hear (Plainfield, NJ: Logos, 1972), 59.
33 Howard M. Ervin, “A Rationale for Tongues,” First American Baptist Conference on the Holy Spirit, Holy Spirit Research Center, Oral Roberts University, 10 September 1975, audiocassette.
34 Gary Clarke, Chairman of Holy Spirit Renewal Ministries in American Baptist Churches, interview by author, Cleveland, TN, 9 March 2007.
35 James D. G. Dunn, Baptism in the Holy Spirit, 3.
36 William W. Menzies and Robert P. Menzies, Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal Experience (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2000), 211.
37 Thomson K. Mathew, Dean of School of Theology and Missions, “Howard M. Ervin Retirement Reception,” Oral Roberts University, 5 December 2006, Mp3 recording by author.
38 Thomson K. Mathew, Dean of School of Theology and Missions, “Howard M. Ervin Retirement Reception,” Oral Roberts University, 5 December 2006, Mp3 recording by author.
39 Lederle, 95.
40 Menzies, William (wwmenzies@mchsi.com), Reply to Query Regarding Howard M. Ervin. e-mail to Daniel D. Isgrigg (danny@christianchapel.com) (7 January 2007).
41 Howard M. Ervin, These Are Not Drunken As Ye Suppose (Plainfield, NJ: Logos Publishing, 1968).
42 Paul Elbert, interview by author, Cleveland, TN, 10 February, 2007.
43 Paul Elbert, “Author’s Preface.” Essays on Apostolic Themes: Studies in Honor of Howard M. Ervin Presented to him by Colleagues and friends on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. Paul Elbert (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1985), v.
44 Paul Elbert, interview by author, Cleveland, TN, 10 February, 2007.
45 James Forbes, “Foreword,” in Essays on Apostolic Themes: Studies in Honor of Howard M. Ervin Presented to him by Colleagues and friends on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. Paul Elbert (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1985), xix.
46 James D. G. Dunn, “Romans 7:14-25 in the Theology of Paul,” Essays on Apostolic Themes: Studies in Honor of Howard M. Ervin Presented to Him by Colleagues and Friends on His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. Paul Elbert (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1985), 49.
47 Robert Graves (rgraves@tffps.org), Reply to Query Regarding Howard M. Ervin, e-mail to Daniel D. Isgrigg (danny@christianchapel.com) (3 January 2007).
48 Graves, e-mail, 3 January 2007.
49 Howard M. Ervin, interview by Robert W. Graves, President of the Foundation for Pentecostal Scholarship, Tulsa OK, November, 1980, audiocassette.
50 Ervin, interview by Robert Graves, November 1980.
51 Mathew.
52 Ervin, These Are Not Drunken As Ye Suppose.
53 Howard M. Ervin, And Forbid Not To Speak With Tongues (Plainfield, NJ: Logos Publishing, 1971).
54 Howard M. Ervin, This Which Ye See and Hear (Plainfield, NJ: Logos Publishing, 1972).
55 The Layman’s Commentary on the Holy Spirit, ed. John Rae (Plainfield, NJ: Logos International, 1972)
56 Ervin, Conversion-Initiation and Baptism in the Holy Spirit.
57 Howard M. Ervin, Spirit Baptism: A Biblical Investigation (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 1987).
58 Howard M. Ervin, Healing: Sign of the Kingdom (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2002).

 

An earlier version of this paper was presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies.

Much of the content of this paper has come from this author’s M.A. thesis at Oral Roberts University, submitted May of 2007 called “The Doctrine of One Baptism – One Filling in the Pentecostal Theology of Howard M. Ervin.” This paper represents additional historical information gathered after completion of this thesis. This also better articulated the impact Howard Ervin has had on Pentecostal scholarship.

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About the Author: Daniel Isgrigg, B.A. and M.A. (Oral Roberts University), is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Bangor University in Wales working on the origins of Assemblies of God eschatology. He is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God, a member of the Society for Pentecostal Studies, and is the Director of the Holy Spirit Research Center at Oral Roberts University. Daniel is also the author of Pilgrimage Into Pentecost: The Pneumatological Legacy of Howard M. Ervin (Word & Spirit Press, 2008) and Why I Want To Be Left Behind (Word & Spirit Press, 2008). Facebook

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