Renewal Theology: Systematic Theology from a Charismatic Perspective

Renewal Theology: Systematic Theology from a Charismatic Perspective

by J. Rodman Williams
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Renewal Theology: Systematic Theology from a Charismatic Perspective 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Excellent book and truly one of a kind. A reliable and biblical systematic theology resource from a charismatic perspective.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A must have for any serious student of the bible. Should be in any Pastors or Bible Teachers library.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a highly readable book dealing with systematic theology from a reformed position yet with a thoroughly Biblical exposition of the Holy Spirit, the role of the Spirit in a Christian's life, gifts of the Spirit, and the current renewal movement (which almost all other reformed theology texts ignore). Many have said that this book combines the intellectual orthodox foundation that the charismatic movement has needed. This book is for every Christian looking to strengthen their mind with the truth of God's Word while at the same time drawing one closer in that vital relationship with the Triune God that is absolutely necessary to make theology come alive in word and deed. Many of my theologically untrained friends/students have read this book and have found it very easy to read yet life changing. It confirmed to them the reality and theological basis of the Holy Spirit in their lives today. Dr. Williams' character and enthusiasm for the truth of God shines through each of the chapters. Though most Refornmed theologians would balk at the spiritual emphasis found herein, they must deal with the sound approach Dr. Williams provides concerning the ministry of the Holy Spirit today. They would certainly be challenged with his exposition on limited atonement, and foreordination or predestination vs. free-will debates which he attempts to show the Biblical truth that both miss. I highly recommend this book to every believer, of whatever church tradition, seeking to read a theological book that not only stimulates the intellect providing truth and wisdom from God's Word but also encourages the heart in one's relationship to God and to the Church.