Twenty prominent Pentecostal educators here examine the faith and present a fresh defense. Addressing the strengths and weaknesses of various viewpoints, this collection takes a complete look at challenging subjects for Christianity---including the Holy Trinity, the one true God, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, divine healing, and more. Includes Scripture and subject indexes. 701 pages, softcover from Logion.
Twenty respected educators and authors examine the Pentecostal faith while addressing the strengths and weaknesses of various viewpoints. Chapters include: The Holy Trinity, The Saving Work of Christ, The Baptism in the Holy Spirit, Divine Healing, God's Inspired Word, The One True God, Spiritual Gifts, and other areas.
STANLEY M. HORTON IS A RESPECTED THEOLOGIAN WHO HOLDS DEGREES FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY, GORDON-CONWELL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, AND CENTRAL BIBLE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. HE HAS DEDICATED YEARS TO TEACHING AT CENTRAL BIBLE COLLEGE AND THE ASSEMBLIES OF GOD THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI AS WELL AS CLASSES AT SEVERAL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS DURING HIS EXTENSIVE TRAVELS. Horton HAS MADE A NOTABLE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PENTECOSTAL MOVEMENT THROUGH HIS PROLIFIC WRITINGS AND EDITORIAL WORK ON SUCH BOOKS AS SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY: A PENTECOSTAL PERSPECTIVE, THE FULL LIFE STUDY BIBLE AND THE COMPLETE BIBLICAL LIBRARY