Pentecostalism in Context is a collection of essays produced by Pentecostal scholars from North America, Europe, and Asia. The essays, produced in their various geographical and cultural contexts, reflect the rich diversity that characterizes the Pentecostal movement. Biblical, theological, and missiological issues relevant to the Pentecostal movement are treated. The book thus represents a valuable resource for those seeking to understand better the key intellectual currents within this dynamic and influential movement. The essays are offered in honor of William Menzies, a leading Pentecostal scholar and Chancellor of Asia Pacific Theological Seminary (Baguio City, Philippines).
Wonsuk Ma Robert P. Menzies
Wonsuk Ma is a Korean Pentecostal minister currently serving as Executive Director of Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, Oxford, United Kingdom. He established the Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies and the Journal of Asian Mission.
Robert P. Menzies is an adjunct professor at Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in the Philippines and the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in the U.S. He has authored several books on the work of the Spirit, including Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal Experience (2000), and is currently Director of Synergy, a rural outreach organization in Southwest China.