Assemblies of God · Church · evangelism · Pentecostal · Spirit · tradition

Three Things That Keep Me in My Church Tradition

Rather than simply answer in the comments section to Dan’s post about “What Keeps You In Your Church Tradition?,” I have decided to reply via a post and offer it as my own personal answer (because I have in fact been asked this very question at other times).  I decided three was a rather Biblical… Continue reading Three Things That Keep Me in My Church Tradition

Chris Green · Lord's Supper · Pentecostal · Sacrament

Sacramental Pentecostals?

I’m delighted to announce that Chris Green (newly dubbed “Dr.” for the completion of his PhD) has just published his (long awaited and anticipated in my opinion) dissertation: Toward a Pentecostal Theology of the Lord’s Supper: Foretasting the Kingdom (CPT 2012).  This is a continuing trend among Pentecostals to view the Lord’s Supper in more… Continue reading Sacramental Pentecostals?

Old Testament · peacemaking · Pentecostal · social justice · Society for Pentecostal Studies

Pentecostalisms, Peacemaking, and Social Justice/Righteousness

I’m thrilled to once again be attending the annual meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies (SPS).  This year it is being hosted by Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA from March 1-4 (which promises to be much warmer than Karlstad).  The topic is one I find close to my heart — “Pentecostalisms, Peacemaking, and… Continue reading Pentecostalisms, Peacemaking, and Social Justice/Righteousness