Doctrine and Experience
Caught in the Crossfire of Evangelical Spiritualities
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"Both wings of an airplane are equally important. Despite widespread agreement that true doctrine and experience are similarly equal, Zito's opening historical survey shows how one or the other emphasis inevitably prevails. The respectful, balanced, and specific warnings against both 'bibliolatry' and 'pneumatolatry' should prove helpful to scholars and teachers from the differing wings of Evangelicalism who share Zito's longing to promote a truly balanced Christianity."
--Donald Tinder, Dean, Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, Olivet University
"Zito provides a thoughtful and thorough description of the development and characteristics of these two veins of evangelical spirituality. His call for a balanced combination is, appropriately, solidly biblical and prophetically relevant. This book resonates with The ATLAS Center, a hybrid seminary-church, which seeks to foster in its students a spirituality which blends the best of academy and church."
--Susan I. Bubbers, Dean of The ATLAS Theological Center, Orlando