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Spirit evidenced by tongues. It was adopted in Hong Kong and materialised in the Pentecostal Mission, the first indigenous Pentecostal church in Hong Kong founded in 1907. In the early stage, local Chinese Pentecostals frequently collaborated with missionaries; but as the church grew, they launched their

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, Christian unity , Pentecostal missions , theology of missions 1. Introduction It is tautological to mention that the Pentecostal movement is a mission - ary movement. 1 It is, however, something else to defi ne the nature of the church’s mission, a question that has not received too much attention among * Th

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missions, in facing the challenges of missionary service with Pentecostal eschatology, and in following the biblical mandate and narrative to serve in the power of the Spirit with gospel proclamation and accompanying ‘signs and wonders’. Keywords missions theology , Pentecostal missions , Holy Spirit

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164 Book Reviews / Pneuma 30 (2008) 147-191 Bob Brenneman, W. R. Brookman, and Nan Muhovich, eds., Java and Justice: Journeys in Pentecostal Missions Education (Minneapolis: North Central University Press, 2006). xiii + 359 pp., $13.95, paper. Java and Justice is a collection of nineteen

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Book Reviews / Pneuma 33 (2011) 109-169 127 David Bundy, Visions of Apostolic Mission: Scandinavian Pentecostal Mission to 1935 , Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studia Historico-Ecclesiastica Upsaliensia 45 (Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, 2009). xiii + 562 pp. [available from acta

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3 FOCUS: PENTECOSTAL MISSIOLOGY Missiological Reflections on Twentieth-Century Pentecostal Missions: North American Perspectives Byron D. Klaus Guest Editor Pentecostal scholarship during the past decade has focused on a variety of themes in an effort to gain a more comprehensive understanding

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147 David Bundy SWEDISH PENTECOSTAL MISSION THEORY AND PRACTICE TO 1930: Foundational Values in Conflict* Mission undertaken by Swedish Pentecostals has had a major role in the transformation of the world religious scene. As case studies have indicated, their contribution has been highly

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283 Pentecostal Missions is More Than What It Claims Jose Miguez Bonino The Spring 1994 issue of PNEUMA on "Pentecostal Missiology," as previous ones on other areas of Pentecostal Studies, is a very important contribution to theological, historical and missiological subjects which demand

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Wonsuk Ma, Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen and Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu (eds.), Pentecostal Mission and Global Christianity (Oxford, UK : Regnum Books International, 2014). 397 pp. $ 50.00 paperback. Pentecostals had been doing mission since the beginning of the movement(s) and this book is a written

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Journal of Pentecostal Th eolog y 17 (2008) 200–218 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI 10.1163/174552508X377493 w w w. b r i l l . n l / p e n t Acts 2.17-21: A Paradigm for Pentecostal Mission * Robert P. Menzies ** 2087 S. Celebration Ave., Springfi eld, MO 65809, USA rmenzies

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