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Zachary Tackett: “Why I Became A Pentecostal Theologian”

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Zachary Tackett, “Why I Became A Pentecostal TheologianEcclesiam (April 12, 2016).

Zachary Tackett has written a beautiful brief personal testimony about why he is a Pentecostal theologian, and I offer my heartiest AMEN to his ecumenical Pentecostal vision.

Zachary Tackett

“The message of Pentecost declared that all peoples – of all languages and ethnicities, women and men, poor and wealthy – were to participate together and fully as family.”

http://ecclesiam.com/2016/04/why-i-became/

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Category: Ministry, Spring 2016

About the Author: Rick Wadholm Jr., Ph.D. (Bangor University, Wales, UK), Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies and Vice President of Academics at Trinity Bible College and Graduate School (Ellendale, ND). Rick has pastored several rural congregations in North Dakota and Minnesota for 14 years and is ordained with the Assemblies of God (USA). He is a regular speaker for churches, camps and conferences. He enjoys reading and discussing theology and Biblical Studies, most particularly the works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Karl Barth. Rick is an active member of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies, the International Bonhoeffer Society, Pentecostals and Charismatics for Peace and Justice, the Society of Biblical Literature, the Society for Pentecostal Studies, and currently serves as the Executive Editor of The Pentecostal Educator published by the World Alliance for Pentecostal Theological Education. He has helped found the Society for Pentecostal Studies Student Caucus and the ministry of Doctors of Pentecost. He also enjoys blogging on topics of translation, Biblical studies, pastoring and theology by contributing to four different blogs—his personal blogging adventures hosted at rickwadholmjr.wordpress.com. Facebook. Twitter.

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