Hearing the Book of Judges: A Dialogue with Reviewers

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology
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Abstract

This response to the reviews of Rickie D. Moore, Walter Brueggemann, and Robert Pope seeks to answer their questions regarding Pentecostal hermeneutics and to expand the conclusions of my book, The Unheard Voice of God. I gratefully acknowledge both the positive reception of my book and the collegial tone of the reviews. The response to Pope revolves around the role of Scripture in the lives of Pentecostals and elements of the Pentecostal approach to the Bible. I address Brueggemann's suggestion that I extend the results of my study to include the entire Deuteronomic History. Finally, a dialogue with Rickie Moore considers more closely the nature of 'hearing' the voice of God through the biblical text.

Hearing the Book of Judges: A Dialogue with Reviewers

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology

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