Defining Issues in Pentecostalism
Classical and Emergent
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"This volume brings together some of the most important theological and biblical scholars of Pentecostalism. Each chapter examines significant questions in relation to current contextual challenges facing the movement as they reflect upon its past and its future. No doubt, this collection represents a crucial voice among Pentecostal scholars wrestling with a variety of critical issues."
Trinity Western University
"Defining Issues in Pentecostalism, the inaugural issue of the McMaster Theological Studies Series, is a glimpse into the current strength of Pentecostal scholarship, offering creative and constructive proposals in Pentecostal theology and biblical studies. The authors argue for holistic and ecumenical approaches to a theology of the Spirit that has significant implications for the broader, theological world. A work of this caliber is long overdue."
--Peter Althouse, Assistant Professor of Theology
College of Christian Ministries and Religion