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Reading St. Luke’s Text and Theology: Pentecostal Voices

Reading St. Luke’s Text and Theology: Pentecostal Voices

Riku P. Tuppurainen, ed., Reading St. Luke’s Text and Theology: Pentecostal Voices (Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2019), xxxiii + 316 pages. The editor of this book, Dr. Riku P. Tuppurainen, Dean of Graduate Studies of Summit Pacific College in Abbotsford, BC (xii), has skillfully assembled a festschrift of “Essays in Honor of Professor Roger Stronstad” […]

Vinson Synan: Voices of Pentecost

Vinson Synan: Voices of Pentecost

Vinson Synan, Voices of Pentecost: Testimonies of Lives Touched by the Holy Spirit (Servant Publications, 2003), 180 pages. Vinson Synan wrote this book at the urging of the publisher and Bert Ghezzi, his good friend. I know that name but cannot remember why. This book is a small soft covered volume that contains a quotation, […]

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