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The Spirit and the Mind: Essays in Informed Pentecostalism (To Honor Dr. Donald N. Bowdle, Presented on His 65th Birthday)

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The Spirit and the Mind, a collection of essays in honor of Pentecostal scholar Donald N. Bowdle, unites a wide-ranging group of authors in an attempt to articulate the Pentecostal tradition of the Christian faith. The topics vary from biblical criticism to specifically Pentecostal issues. The editors, concerned with the popular perception of Pentecostal scholarship, have gathered together a selection of pieces that demonstrate the diversity and intellect of the scholars from this tradition. Issues explored ...

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Overview

The Spirit and the Mind, a collection of essays in honor of Pentecostal scholar Donald N. Bowdle, unites a wide-ranging group of authors in an attempt to articulate the Pentecostal tradition of the Christian faith. The topics vary from biblical criticism to specifically Pentecostal issues. The editors, concerned with the popular perception of Pentecostal scholarship, have gathered together a selection of pieces that demonstrate the diversity and intellect of the scholars from this tradition. Issues explored include prayer and mysticism, the need for integrity in ministry, the doctrines of justification and sanctification, and the need for an informed Pentecostalism.

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Pneuma - Scott A. Ellington
The reader will find in 'The Spirit and the Mind' a sampling of the diversity of Pentecostal scholarship.
Pneuma
The reader will find in 'The Spirit and the Mind' a sampling of the diversity of Pentecostal scholarship.
— Scott A. Ellington
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761816270
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 5/10/2000
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 9.36 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Meet the Author

Terry L. Cross is Assistant Dean and Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy of the School of Religion at Lee University in Tennessee. Emerson B. Powery is Instructor of New Testament in the School of Religion at Lee University and a member of the Society of Pentecostal Studies.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Letter to the Reader Chapter 3 Dr. Donald N. Bowdle: An Informed Pentecostal Chapter 4 Informed Pentecostalism: An Alternative Paradigm Chapter 5 Biblical Studies: Chapter 6 Where are the Descendants of Abraham? Finding the Source of a Missing Link in Genesis Chapter 7 Raw Prayer and Refined Theology: "You have Not Spoken Straight to Me, as My Servant Job Has" Chapter 8 The Role of the Holy Spirit in the Construction of the Second Temple Chapter 9 The Davidic Messiah in Early Jewish Literature Chapter 10 The Spirit in the Fourth Gospel: Narrative Explorations Chapter 11 Justification by Faith in Romans Chapter 12 Divine Sovereignty and Existential Anxiety in Paul: Soliloquy and Self-Disclosure in Phillipians Chapter 13 Historical & Theological Issues: Chapter 14 Tertullian on Women and Women's Ministry Roles in the Church Chapter 15 The Yoke of Necessity: The Use of the Terms Necessitas and Coactio in the Thought of John Calvin Chapter 16 Theological Truth and Poetic Practice in Herbert's the Temple Chapter 17 Women, Culture, and Post-World War Two Pentecostalism Chapter 18 Hans Küng on the Nature of the Church Chapter 19 Exploring Pentecostal Ethics: Reclaiming our Heritage Chapter 20 Practical Studies: Chapter 21 Partners in Scandal: Wesleyan and Pentecostal Scholarship Chapter 22 The Sacramental Nature of Pentecostal Theological Education Chapter 23 Integrity: A Foundational Principle for Ministry Chapter 24 The Importance of Intercultural Competence in Theological Education: A Mandate for the Church Chapter 25 Lessons on Spiritual Leadership for a New Millennium

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