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Attempting to define a Pentecostal Hermeneutics
(University of Stellenbosch, 2015)
What is distinctive about Pentecostals' reading of the Bible? In what way do Pentecostal people read the Bible so that they reach different conclusions than believers of other denominations? Is it possible to speak of a ...
'Pentecostal theology' as contradictio in terminis: a perspective on the past and present
(University of Stellenbosch, 2017)
The Pentecostal movement, especially in its early days, has been accused of anti-intellectualism and a lack of a developed theological tradition, and it is conceded that it is justifiably so. In the early movement, to speak ...
Pentecostal hermeneutical considerations about women in ministry
(The Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2017)
At first, the Pentecostal movement made no distinction between genders in the ministry. Anyone anointed by the Spirit was allowed to minister, whether to pray for the sick, testify about an encounter with God, preach or ...