An Apologia for Divine Impassibility: Toward Pentecostal Prolegomena

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology
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Abstract

This article focuses on the possibilities of maintaining divine impassibility for the viability of Pentecostal theology. The author integrates both his own experience as a believer and his sensibilities as an academic to provide an alternative narration of divine affectivity from the popular one advocated by other Pentecostal thinkers. Given the particularities of Pentecostal worship and the implications of a current theological movement to retrieve this feature of the ancient church's testimony, the author suggests that divine impassibility can be a mechanism by which to cultivate both critical and wonder-filled sensibilities among Pentecostal scholars.

An Apologia for Divine Impassibility: Toward Pentecostal Prolegomena

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology

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