The Spirit in Pentecostal Preaching: A Constructive Dialogue with Haddon W. Robinson’s and Charles T. Crabtree’s Theology of Preaching

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Abstract

This article contrasts Haddon W. Robinson’s Biblical Preaching with Charles T. Crabtree’s Pentecostal Preaching and provides an analysis to contribute to a Pentecostal theology of preaching. It shows the importance of maintaining faithfulness to the Spirit’s past and present work for preaching, reflected in Robinson’s and Crabtree’s emphases. Preachers must diligently study the written word — inspired by the Spirit — in order to appropriate it best for the preached word, while also remaining sensitive to the Spirit’s present leading. The article also goes beyond the two authors’ emphases, revealing the value of the Spirit’s work for preaching among the congregation, in the future, and within the triune God.

The Spirit in Pentecostal Preaching: A Constructive Dialogue with Haddon W. Robinson’s and Charles T. Crabtree’s Theology of Preaching

in Pneuma

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See Richard Lischer“Introduction: The Promise of Renewal,” in The Company of Preachers: Wisdom on Preaching Augustine to the Presented. Richard Lischer (Grand Rapids MI: Eerdmans 202) xiii-xvi; Thomas G. Long The Witness of Preaching 2nd ed. (Louisville: Westminster John Knox 205) 15-18.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching30.

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RobinsonBiblical Preaching20.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching14-19.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching30-31.

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RobinsonBiblical Preaching21.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching67-69.

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RobinsonBiblical Preaching21 27.

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RobinsonBiblical Preaching223.

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HeislerSpirit-Led Preaching21.

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HeislerSpirit-Led Preaching127.

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Cheryl Bridges Johns“What Makes a Good Sermon: A Pentecostal Perspective,” Journal for Preachers 26 no. 4 (203): 45-54.

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RobinsonBiblical Preaching202 223.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching31 56; and Heisler Spirit-Led Preaching 21 131.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching135.

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Johns“What Makes a Good Sermon” 50.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching73; Mark 6:7-13.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching193-202.

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Young“Preaching Creatively,” in Preaching with Power: Dynamic Insights from Twenty Top Pastorsed. Michael Duduit (Grand Rapids MI: Baker 206) 246-48.

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Robert Smith Jr.“Call and Response,” in The New Interpreter’s Handbook of Preachinged. Paul Scott Wilson (Nashville: Abingdon 208) 297.

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Studebaker“The Spirit in Creation: A Unified Theology of Grace and Creation Care,” Zygon 43 no. 4 (December 208): 952.

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CrabtreePentecostal Preaching70.

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TorranceWorship Community and the Triune God of Grace21.

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