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Foundations of Pentecostal Theology
Author: Guy P. Duffield, Nathaniel M. Van Cleave
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ISBN: 1483567060
Pages: 388
Year: 2016-09-01
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This is not just "another" book of systematic theology. It is unique!In this volume, you will find thorough explanations of the fundamental doctrines of the Christian church, presented not as a theory, but as teaching to be believed and practiced. Those doctrines that are considered to be "distinctives" of the Pentecostal movement (Divine Healing, the Baptism with the Holy Spirit, and spiritual gifts) are given more extensive treatment.Co-authored by seasoned and trustworthy men who devoted their lives to scholarly study of the Word, systematic teaching, and expository preaching, this book provides an unmatched resource for all who seek to know sound doctrines that can be incorporated into life and ministry.To our knowledge, there is not another textbook of Pentecostal theology as comprehensive as this.
Teología sistemática
Author: John MacArthur
Publisher: Editorial Portavoz
ISBN: 0825457408
Pages: 1088
Year: 2018-06-19
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Aclamado como uno de los expositores más talentosos de hoy, MacArthur presenta una visión sistemática de las principales creencias cristianas. Profundiza tu comprensión de las doctrinas relacionadas con la Palabra de Dios, cada persona de la Trinidad, la humanidad y el pecado, la salvación, los ángeles, la iglesia y el futuro del mundo. Hailed as one of today's most gifted expositors, MacArthur presents a systematic overview of major Christian beliefs. Deepen your understanding of doctrines pertaining to God's Word, each person of the Trinity, humanity and sin, salvation, angels, the church, and the future of the world.
How to Walk in the Supernatural Power of God
Author: Guillermo Maldonado
Publisher: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1603743235
Pages: 256
Year: 2011-03-18
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Experience Signs, Wonders, and Miracles Today The supernatural power and authority of God are available for today’s believers—just as they were during ancient biblical times—for healings, miracles, and deliverances. To help you grasp the full revelation of God’s supernatural power, Apostle Maldonado shares biblically based insights and tremendous testimonies to show you how to: Experience God’s anointing to be more effective in ministry Understand and operate in the supernatural Minister healing to the sick Hear the voice of God Protect yourself from deception Develop a faith for the miraculous Begin to experience the miraculous in your life! "And these signs will follow those who believe..." (Mark 16:17).
Supernatural Transformation
Author: Guillermo Maldonado
Publisher: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1629111961
Pages: 304
Year: 2014-06-03
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The central organ of the human body is the heart.It circulates the blood throughout the whole bodily system, pumping oxygen and nutrients to the other organs and pulling toxins away from them. Yet we human beings have another “heart”—a spiritual one—that is the true center of our existence. Our spiritual heart is our identity. It is the foundation of our whole being, from which our desires, designs, purposes, will, thoughts, and attitudes originate. Yet, as a result of the fall and our sinful nature, we all have symptoms of “heart disease,” and we need to know how to become spiritually heart-healthy. As the Scriptures say, “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; who can know it?” ( Jeremiah 17:9). Every spiritual, mental, and emotional matter—and many physical ones—is rooted in the heart. The state of our spiritual heart affects all aspects of our daily living. Therefore, the condition of our heart will be the condition of our life. Join Apostle Maldonado on a journey of discovery into the purpose, motivations, and potential of our spiritual heart. God wants us to understand how, in Christ, our heart is designed to “pump” life to our entire being—producing mental, emotional, and physical health and removing the toxins of sin. We were created to reflect the heart of our heavenly Father. And God is ready even now to change our heart to be like His through a supernatural transformation!
Introducing the Old Testament
Author: Clyde T. Francisco, Barnette
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ISBN: 0805420606
Pages: 320
Year: 1999-02-01
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Finney's Systematic Theology
Author: Charles G. Finney
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
ISBN: 1556615140
Pages: 640
Year: 1994-08-01
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True to Scripture, true to reason, and true to life.Discover why these writings have been the impetus for revivals around the world.Students of revival agree that Charles Grandison Finney spearheaded one of America's greatest revivals and influenced the course of history. Church rolls swelled in the wake of Finney's revivals. He is often directly or indirectly credited with the conversions of around 500,000 people.Finney's theological convictions were born in the fires of revival and shaped by a keen lawyer's mind committed to the full authority of the Bible. He gave his life to promote: "The return to and practice of Biblical Christianity in the power of the Holy Spirit for the sake of God's kingdom and glory." The distinctive truths that Finney preached brought such a deep conviction of sin that today's church does well when it studies his position on the moral government of God, the nature of man, the atonement, sovereignty, attributes of love, unity of moral action and regeneration.This expanded volume represents the complete 1878 edition, two lectures of truth from the earlier 1847 and 1851 editions, a comprehensive introduction from L.G. Parkhurst, Jr., plus appendixes, a glossary, and a scripture index.
Foundations for Mission
Author: Emma Wild-Wood, Peniel Rajkumar
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1620328992
Pages: 332
Year: 2013-01-11
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This volume provides an important resource for those wishing to gain an overview of significant issues in contemporary missiology whilst understanding how they are applied in particular contexts. Contributors from across the globe and from different Christian traditions explore foundations for mission. The chapters examine in what ways experience, the Bible, and theology are foundational for mission and how they together inform the missional thought of different traditions. The book also raises questions about the continued use of foundations as a helpful metaphor mission reflection and impetus. Graduate students and scholars surveying the field will find this a useful and accessible way to understand changing trends within mission studies.
The Future of Pentecostalism in the United States
Author: Eric Patterson, Edmund John Rybarczyk
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739121030
Pages: 226
Year: 2007
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This book considers whether Pentecostalism will remain a vibrant religious force in the land of its birth (the U.S.), and if so, what forms it will take. The contributors represent a variety of disciplinary and methodological approaches in answering these questions, often concluding that U.S. Pentecostalism(s) are in decline but able to reform.
Truly Our Sister
Author: Elizabeth A. Johnson
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0826418279
Pages: 400
Year: 2006-02-28
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The author offers an interpretation of Mary that is theologically sound, spiritually empowering, ethically challenging, socially liberating, and ecumenically fruitful. She construes the image of Mary so as to be a source of blessing rather than blight for women's lives in both religious and political terms.
Christ Outside the Gate
Author: Orlando E. Costas
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1597523410
Pages: 254
Year: 2005-08-22
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Global Bible Commentary
Author: Daniel Patte
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426761635
Pages: 652
Year: 2004-10-01
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The Global Bible Commentary invites its users to expand their horizon by reading the Bible with scholars from all over the world and from different religious persuasions. These scholars have approaches and concerns that often are poles apart. Yet they share two basic convictions: biblical interpretation always matters; and reading the Bible “with others” is highly rewarding. Each of the short commentaries of the Global Bible Commentary is a readily accessible guide for reading a biblical book. Written for undergraduate and seminary students and their teachers, as well as for pastors, priests, and Adult Sunday School classes, it introduces the users to the main features of the biblical book and its content. Yet each short commentary does more. It also brings us a precious gift, namely the opportunity of reading this biblical book as if for the first time. By making explicit the specific context and the concerns from which she/he reads the Bible, the scholar points out to us the significance of aspects of the biblical text that we simply took for granted or overlooked. Need more info? Download Global Bible Commentary Marketing Brochure PDF Free Adobe Acrobat Reader! If any book demonstrates the value of cultural criticism and the importance of particularity in interpretation, this is it! Scholars from diverse social locations in every continent bring their distinctive context to bear on the act of interpreting. In so doing, they shed eye-opening light on the biblical texts. The resulting critical dialogue with the Bible exposes the oppressive as well as the liberating dynamics of the texts while at the same time showing how the Bible might address the social, political, cultural, and economic dynamics of our world today. This collection can change the way you read the Bible—scholars and students, clergy and laity alike. -David Rhoads, Professor of New Testament, Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago, IL Contributors: Daniel Patte, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA. A French Huguenot (Église Réformée de France), he taught two years in Congo-Brazzaville, and “read the Bible with” people in France, Switzerland, South Africa, Botswana, the Philippines, as well as in the USA. His publications include books on hermeneutics and semiotics (such as Early Jewish Hermeneutics, 1975; The Religious Dimensions of Biblical Texts, 1990); on Paul and Matthew (such as Paul's Faith and the Power of the Gospel, 1983; The Gospel according to Matthew: A Structural Commentary on Matthew's Faith, 1987), as well as, most directly related to the GBC, Ethics of Biblical Interpretation (1995), The Challenge of Discipleship (1999), Reading Israel in Romans: Legitimacy and Plausibility of Divergent Interpretations (ed. with Cristina Grenholm, 2000), The Gospel of Matthew: A Contextual Introduction (with Monya Stubbs, Justin Ukpong, and Revelation Velunta, 2003). José Severino Croatto,. Professor of Exegesis, Hebrew, and Religious Studies, at Instituto Superior Evangélico de Estudios Teológicos (ISEDET). A contributor to Revista de Interpretación Bíblica Latinoamericana (= RIBLA) and the Movement of Popular Reading of the Bible, he published 22 books, including three volumes on hermeneutics, Exodus, A Hermeneutics of Freedom (1981); Biblical Hermeneutics. Toward a Theory of Reading as the Production of Meaning (1987); Hermenéutica Práctica. Los principios de la hermenéutica bíblica en ejemplos (2002); three volumes on Génesis 1-11 (1974; 1986; 1997), the last one, Exilio y sobrevivencia. Tradiciones contraculturales en el Pentateuco; three volumes on the book of Isaiah (1988; 1994; 2001), the last one, Imaginar el futuro. Estructura retórica y querigma del Tercer Isaías (Isaías 56-66); two volumes on Religious Studies (1994; 2002), the last one, Experiencia de lo sagrado y tradiciones religiosas. Estudio de fenomenología de la religión (2002). Rev. Dr. Nicole Wilkinson Duran, after teaching New Testament in the USA, South Africa (Zululand), in Turkey, is currently teaching part-time at Rosemont College and Villanova University, and with her husband raising twin sons in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. She has published articles on topics ranging from gender and race in Esther, to the unread Bible in Toni Morrison’s novels, to body symbolism in the story of John the Baptist’s execution, and edited (with G. Phillips) Reading Communities Reading Scripture (2002). She is an ordained Presbyterian minister and does occasional preaching and adult Christian education. Teresa Okure, SHCJ, a graduate from the University of Ibadan, La Sorbonne, École Biblique of Jerusalem, and Fordham University (Ph.D.), is Professor of New Testament and Gender Hermeneutics at the Catholic Institute of West Africa, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. She is or has been a member of the executive committees of several associations, including EATWOT (Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians, as Executive Secretary), the International Association for Mission Studies (IAMS), and the Society for New Testament Studies (SNTS). She published more than 100 articles and six books including The Johannine Approach to Mission: a Contextual Study of John 4:1-42 (1988), ed. Evaluating the Inculturation of Christianity in Africa (1990) and ed. To Cast Fire upon the Earth: Bible and Mission. Collaborating in Today’s Multicultural Global Context (2000). Archie Chi_Chung Lee, Professor of Hebrew Bible, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. A specialist of cross-textual hermeneutics, especially Chinese text and the post-exilic biblical tradition. He is the author of several books including A Commentary on the Book of Koheleth, (in Chinese 1990), Doing Theology with Asian Resources: Ten Years in the Formation of Living Theology in Asia (1993, ed.) and Interpretation of the Megilloth (in Chinese 2003) and numerous articles including "Genesis One and the Plagues Tradition in Ps. 105," Vetus Testamentum, 40, (1990): 257-263, "Biblical Interpretation in Asian Perspective," Asia Journal of Theology, 7, (1993): 35-39, "The Chinese Creation Myth of Nu Kua and the Biblical Narrative in Genesis 1-11," Biblical Interpretation 2 (1994): 312-324, "Cross-Textual Hermeneutics on Gospel and Culture". Asia Journal of Theology 10 (1996): 38-48 and "Biblical Interpretation of the Return in the Postcolonial Hong Kong," Biblical Interpretation, 9 (1999): 164-173.
El Llamado Del Evangelio and la Conversión Verdadera
Author: Paul Washer
Publisher:
ISBN: 1944586350
Pages: 195
Year: 2017-02-28
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El apostol Pablo dio total prioridad al evangelio en su predicacion. Lo predico con claridad y hasta maldecia a cualquiera que tergiversara su verdad. Pero hoy vemos con tristeza que muchos, aun algunos que se consideran evangelicos, han reducido el mensaje del evangelio a una oracion que debe ser repetida y ensenan que la conversion es una decision meramente humana. En El Llamado del Evangelio & La Conversion Verdadera, Paul Washer confronta esa "gracia barata" al examinar el verdadero significado de la fe, el arrepentimiento y el recibir a Cristo. Tambien estudia los efectos de la gracia salvadora que Dios promete en el nuevo pacto: la creacion de nuevos corazones y de un nuevo pueblo.
Spiritual Theology
Author: Jordan Aumann
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0567005054
Pages: 448
Year: 1980-01-06
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Spiritual theology is both speculative and practical, it deals with Christian life in relation to the perfection of charity. This theology is based on the Doctors of the Church - Thomas Aquinas, John of the Cross and Teresa of Avila.
La Sana Doctrina
Author: Bobby Jamieson
Publisher:
ISBN: 1940009022
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Year: 2014-02-20
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Bible in Mission
Author: Knud Jorgensen
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 149820953X
Pages: 328
Year: 2014-11-05
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"The Bible is alive - it has hands and grabs hold of me, it has feet and runs after me". Thus spoke Martin Luther, as cited by Knud Jorgensen in a quotation that summarizes the deeper meaning of this book. To the authors of Bible in Mission, the Bible is the book of life, and mission is life in the Word. This core reality cuts across the diversity of contexts and hermeneutical strategies represented in these essays. The authors are committed to the boundary-crossings that characterize contemporary mission - and each sees the Bible as foundational to the missio Dei, to God's work in the world. -From the Foreword by Dana L. Robert, Truman Collins Professor of World Christianity and History of Mission, Boston University School of Theology

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