Charismatic Christianity: Introducing Its Theology through the Gifts of the Spirit - eBook
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Charismatic Christianity: Introducing Its Theology through the Gifts of the Spirit - eBook  -     By: Helen Collins

Charismatic Christianity: Introducing Its Theology through the Gifts of the Spirit - eBook

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Title: Charismatic Christianity: Introducing Its Theology through the Gifts of the Spirit - eBook
By: Helen Collins
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Baker Academic
Publication Date: 2023
ISBN: 9781493442645
ISBN-13: 9781493442645
Stock No: WW125249EB

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What is the essence of charismatic Christianity, a renewal movement that stresses the Holy Spirit's work, the church's use of spiritual gifts, and the significance of the supernatural? Helen Collins gives a novel summary explanation drawn from the spiritual gifts. Through Scripture and doctrinal reflection, she shows that charismatic spirituality is a coherent, reasonable, and rich tradition with much to offer.

Collins demonstrates how practicing spiritual gifts embodies a distinctive theology, making these practices carriers of doctrine. Using the Acts 2 narrative, she summarizes seven key emphases and associated practices: expectancy (prophecy), enchantment (miracles), encounter (healing), expression (testimony), equality (tongues), empowerment (evangelism), and enjoyment (worship). The result is a fresh introduction that is biblical, theologically robust, and practical, helping charismatic students to learn more about themselves and others to understand the movement and what it has to contribute to global theological discussions.

Author Bio

Helen Collins (PhD, University of Bristol) is vice principal academic and tutor in practical theology at Trinity College, Bristol, England. She is a charismatic movement insider and an Anglican priest. Her books include Reordering Theological Reflection: Starting with Scripture and Mary the Worshipping Mother.

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