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Author: F. LeRon Shults

Pneuma 30 (2008) 271-287 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/157007408X346410 www.brill.nl/pneu Dialogue Spirit and Spirituality: Philosophical Trends in Late Modern Pneumatology F. LeRon Shults University of Agder, Gimlemoen, 4604 Kristiansand, Norway leron.shults@uia.no Abstract

In: Pneuma

Spirit and Voice: Toward a Feminist Pentecostal Pneumatology Andrea Hollingsworth PhD Student, Loyola University Chicago ahollin@luc.edu Abstract Th is article suggests that bringing feminist pneumatology and Pentecostal spirituality into dia- logue may provide new opportunities link women

In: Pneuma
Author: Moritz Fischer

Journal of Pentecostal Th eology 20 (2011) 95–121 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/174552511X554573 brill.nl/pent ‘Th e Spirit helps us in our weakness’: Charismatization of Worldwide Christianity and the Quest for an Appropriate Pneumatology with Focus on the Evangelical

In: Journal of Pentecostal Theology
Author: Patrick Oden

Journal of Pentecostal Th eology 18 (2009) 263–284 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/096673609X12469601162150 brill.nl/pent An Emerging Pneumatology: Jürgen Moltmann and the Emerging Church in Conversation * Patrick Oden ** 265 N. Oakland Ave #10, Pasadena, CA 91101, USA

In: Journal of Pentecostal Theology
Author: Robby Waddell

Longfellow Blvd, Lakeland, FL 33801 USA rcwaddell@seu.edu Abstract Th is brief review and response commends Levison’s Filled with the Spirit for its fresh articulation of biblical pneumatologies and seeks to examine and explore possible eff ects of Levison’s meth- odology and conclusions for future

In: Journal of Pentecostal Theology
Clement of Alexandria and Other Early Christian Witnesses
Author: Bogdan Bucur
This book discusses the occurrence of angelic imagery in early Christian discourse about the Holy Spirit. Taking as its entry-point Clement of Alexandria’s less explored writings, Excerpta ex Theodoto, Eclogae propheticae, and Adumbrationes, it shows that Clement’s angelomorphic pneumatology occurs in tandem with spirit christology, within a theological framework still characterized by a binitarian orientation. This complex theological articulation, supported by the exegesis of specific biblical passages (Zech 4: 10; Isa 11 : 2-3; Matt 18:10), reworks Jewish and Christian traditions about the seven first-created angels, and constitutes a relatively widespread phenomenon in early Christianity. Evidence to support this claim is presented in the course of separate studies of Revelation, the Shepherd of Hermas, Justin Martyr, and Aphrahat.

conversa- tion, conscious of itself and ready for critical discussions. Macchia’s book is a breakthrough for Pentecostalism, showing that Pentecostal theology has something new to off er and must be taken seriously. Macchia demonstrates that pneumatology can no longer be an appendix to other theological

In: Journal of Pentecostal Theology
Author: Justin J. Lee

The categorization and articulation of pre-Nicene pneumatology, much like pre-Nicene Christology, is a particularly difficult task for modern readers. Specifically, explaining early Christian understandings of the Holy Spirit, influenced by and even continuations of certain Jewish traditions, can

In: Vigiliae Christianae
Author: Dale Coulter

, Virginia Beach, VA 23464, USA dcouter@regent.edu Abstract Th e past four decades of dialogue between Methodists and Catholics as well as Pentecostals and Catholics reveal a shared soteriological substructure between each communion that is grounded in pneumatology. Th is article explores the shared

In: Pneuma
Author: Leiner, Martin

, Karl Hollensteiner, A. v. Oettingen, and later M. Rade, made an effort to introduce the meaning of pneumatology as doctrine of the Holy Spirit, but it became generally established only in connection with...

In: Religion Past and Present Online