A REVIEW OF VELI-MATTI KÄRKKÄINEN'S PNEUMATOLOGY: THE HOLY SPIRIT IN ECUMENICAL, INTERNATIONAL, AND CONTEXTUAL PERSPECTIVE (GRAND RAPIDS: BAKER ACADEMIC, 2002)

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Abstract

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Clark H. Pinnock (PhD, University of Manchester, UK), Professor Emeritus of Theology at McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, returns again as our featured dialogue partner in this issue (see JPT2 andJPT 16) with his review of V.M. Karkkainen's major new introduction to recent pneumatological study. Professor Pinnock responds to Karkkainen's wideranging treatment, wherein Pinnock's own significant and influential work in pneumatology, (see Flame of Love [Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1996]), is highlighted. A response by Karkkainen then follows.

A REVIEW OF VELI-MATTI KÄRKKÄINEN'S PNEUMATOLOGY: THE HOLY SPIRIT IN ECUMENICAL, INTERNATIONAL, AND CONTEXTUAL PERSPECTIVE (GRAND RAPIDS: BAKER ACADEMIC, 2002)

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology

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