Spirit and Method

Pentecostal Theology and the Pneumatological Imagination

«With creativity and energy Edwin Rodríguez-Gungor makes a significant contribution to pentecostal theological methodology. However, this book is more than just a theoretical work on method, it also offers fresh insights into the nature of the global pentecostal movement, as well as the religious and intellectual roots of American pentecostalism. Moreover, the proposed “pneumatological theological methodology” is developed with practical implications in mind. This means that the work should not only be read by scholars, but anyone interested in reflecting on what embodied pentecostal and charismatic theologising should look like.»

Simo Frestadius, Regents Theological College, UK; Bangor University, UK
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Forlag
T.& T.Clark Ltd
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
256
ISBN
9780567712004
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 16 cm

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«With creativity and energy Edwin Rodríguez-Gungor makes a significant contribution to pentecostal theological methodology. However, this book is more than just a theoretical work on method, it also offers fresh insights into the nature of the global pentecostal movement, as well as the religious and intellectual roots of American pentecostalism. Moreover, the proposed “pneumatological theological methodology” is developed with practical implications in mind. This means that the work should not only be read by scholars, but anyone interested in reflecting on what embodied pentecostal and charismatic theologising should look like.»

Simo Frestadius, Regents Theological College, UK; Bangor University, UK

«Although the movement is little more than a century old, Pentecostalism is desperately in need of new perspectives on its past, present, and future. Thankfully, Spirit and Method, precisely because of its unconventional, dynamic approach, offers a fresh understanding of the movement’s meaning and purpose in God’s designs, and in the process not only gives Pentecostal theologians permission to engage creatively—that is, playfully!—with the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century, but also provides a model for doing so.»

Chris E. W. Green, Southeastern University, USA

«Ed Gungor is an intelligent and imaginative insider to Pentecostalism who is helping Pentecostals reconsider and reconstruct who we are in late modernity. Spirit and Method is ready to take its place in the canon of methodologies as a historically-informed, constructive, philosophically imaginative, and authentic Pentecostal approach to lived theology.»

L. William Oliverio Jr., Northwest University, USA

«With depth of insight and clarity of thought, Edwin Gungor offers a philosophical description of the theoretical frameworks essential to pentecostalism. Prescribing a methodological way forward for pentecostals vis-a-vis their cultural contexts, Gungor is sensitive to the spiritual ethos of the movement and imaginatively open to new prospects. This is a fresh and sophisticated account of what makes pentecostal theology pentecostal. My hope and expectation is that it will experience a wide readership and influence this burgeoning field of study.»

Robby Waddell, Southeastern University, USA

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