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Receiving a Pentecostal Witness: Toward an Ecumenism of the Spirit for the Third Millennium

Fifth Annual Nevin Lectures

Amos Yong, presenting “Receiving a Pentecostal Witness: Toward an Ecumenism of the Spirit for the Third Millennium”

When: February 16-17, 2018

Where: The Avon Theater in Birmingham, Alabama

The Day of Pentecost signaled the emergence of a new people of God drawn from all tongues, tribes, and nations, yoked onto the history of Israel.

What are the challenges and possibilities for such a Pentecost catholicity for the 21st century world Christian movement?

In the fifth annual Nevin Lectures, Prof. Amos Yong will explore these questions in dialogue with Spirit-movements – pentecostal, charismatic, and other renewalist groups.

His lectures will sketch a fresh Pentecostal ecumenism that will be relevant to and engaging of our dawning third millennium global context.

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More from Amos Yong on his author page: http://pneumareview.com/author/amosyong/

Don’t miss: Pentecostalism and Ecumenism: Past, Present, and Future, by Amos Yong

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