What is the meaning of the Holy Spirit's activity in Luke-Acts, and what are its implications for today? Roger Stronstad offers a cogent and thought-provoking study of Luke as a charismatic theologian whose understanding of the Spirit was shaped wholly by his understanding of Jesus and the nature of the early church. Stronstad locates Luke's pneumatology in the historical background of Judaism and views Luke as an independent theologian who makes a unique contribution to the pneumatology of the New Testament. This work challenges traditional Protestants to reexamine the impact of Pentecost and explores the Spirit's role in equipping God's people for the unfinished task of mission. The second edition has been revised and updated throughout and includes a new foreword by Mark Allan Powell.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||2nd Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Roger Stronstad (MCS, Regent College; DD, Christian Bible College) is director and associate professor in Bible and theology at Summit Pacific College in Abbotsford, British Columbia. He is the author of many articles and six books, including The Prophethood of All Believers: A Study in Luke's Charismatic Theology. He also coedited Life in the Spirit New Testament Commentary.
Table of ContentsForeword by Mark Allan Powell
Preface to the Second Edition
1. The Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts
2. The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
3. The Holy Spirit in the Gospel of Luke
4. The Holy Spirit at Pentecost
5. The Holy Spirit in the Acts of the Apostles
6. The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke