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Spirit-Baptized Witness: Toward a Bapticostal Theology and Praxis

The 2017-2018 Willson-Addis Lecture will feature Dr. Amos Yong, Director of the Center for Missiological Research and Professor of Theology and Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary. He will be presenting “Spirit-Baptized Witness: Toward a Bapticostal Theology and Praxis.”

When: Tuesday, February 6th at 11:00am.

Where: Baylor University’s Paul Powell Chapel.

 

Did you miss the lecture? It will be made available at the Willson-Addis Media Library.

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