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Honoring Pentecostal Theologian Gordon Fee

Honoring Pentecostal Theologian Gordon Fee

The Society for Pentecostal Studies held a special session to honor the life and work of Dr. Gordon Fee in November 2014 as a part of the joint American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature annual meetings held in San Diego, California. See “The Legacy of a Pentecostal Theological Educator: Gordon Fee” […]

The Pentecostal Educator, an Interview with Rick Wadholm

The Pentecostal Educator, an Interview with Rick Wadholm

Rick Wadholm Jr. speaks with PneumaReview.com about a new online academic journal, The Pentecostal Educator.   PneumaReview.com: Introduce us to The Pentecostal Educator and tell us what you want the journal to accomplish. Rick Wadholm Jr.: The Pentecostal Educator is an e-journal biannually publishing scholarly and practical articles related to theological education within the Pentecostal […]

The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship

The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship

  Wolfgang Vondey and Martin William Mittelstadt, eds., The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship: Passion for the Spirit, Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies 14 (Leiden: Brill, 2013), vi + 270 pages. Amos Yong has contributed an amazing amount to Pentecostal theology. In fact, it is hard to understand how […]

Peter Althouse: Wesleyan and Reformed Impulses in the Keswick and Pentecostal Movements

Peter Althouse: Wesleyan and Reformed Impulses in the Keswick and Pentecostal Movements

  Editor’s note: This academic paper by Peter Althouse, whom Jurgen Moltmann described in his autobiography as one of “the younger theologians of the Pentecostal movement,” investigates the roots of the Keswick movement and its influence on Pentecostalism. 1. Introduction The first Keswick Convention convened in June 1875, when a few hundred men and women […]

Strange Fire? Not in a Global Pentecostal Context of Ministry

Strange Fire? Not in a Global Pentecostal Context of Ministry

“Strange Fire”? Not in a Global Pentecostal Context of Ministry An international panel of ministry veterans responds to John MacArthur’s Strange Fire Dony K. Donev with Dennis Balcombe, Hanny Setiawan and Marius Lombaard Almost one year ago, internationally known author John MacArthur began campaigning for his new book Strange Fire. With lots of material written […]

A Pentecostal Appropriation of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral

A Pentecostal Appropriation of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral

Having only been in existence for a little over one hundred years, Pentecostalism is still in its adolescence as a movement.1  As a result, biblical and theological scholarship has only belatedly begun to develop in Pentecostalism.2  More recently the movement has undergone several phases in which it has become less skeptical and more open to […]

Spiritual Transformation through Pentecostal Testimony, by Tony Richie

Spiritual Transformation through Pentecostal Testimony, by Tony Richie

A presentation by Tony Richie at Ministers’ Week 2014 at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary.

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