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Rodman Williams: The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today

Every chapter from Professor Williams’ book, The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today, about the greatest reality of our time.

Spring 2002: Author’s Preface

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Preface

Spring 2002: Introduction

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Introduction

Spring 2002: Chapter One: Background

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Background (Chapter 1)

Summer 2002: Chapter Two: Dimensions

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Dimensions (Chapter 2)

Fall 2002: Chapter Three: Response

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Response (Chapter 3)

Winter 2003: Chapter Four: Purpose, Part 1

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Purpose (Chapter 4, Part 1)

Spring 2003: Chapter Four: Purpose, Part 2

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Purpose (Chapter 4, Part 2)

Summer 2003: Chapter Five: Reception

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Reception (Chapter 5)

Fall 2003: Chapter Six: Means

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Means (Chapter 6)

Winter 2004: Chapter Seven: Context

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Context (Chapter 7)

Spring 2004: Chapter Eight: Effects, Part 1

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Effects, Part 1 (Chapter 8)

Summer 2004: Chapter Eight: Effects, Part 2

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Effects, Part 2 (Chapter 8)

Fall 2004: Epilogue & Bibliography

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Epilogue & Bibliography

The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today by J. Rodman Williams, was published in 1980 by Logos International. Used by permission of the author. Reprinted in Pneuma Review with minor updates from the author.

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About the Author: J. Rodman Williams (1918-2008), Ph.D., is considered to be the father of renewal theology. He served as a chaplain in the Second World War, he was a church pastor, college professor, and key figure in the charismatic movement of the 1960s. Beginning in 1982, he taught theology at Regent University School of Divinity in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and became Professor of Renewal Theology Emeritus there in 2002. Author of numerous books, he is perhaps best known for his three volume Renewal Theology (Zondervan, 1996).

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