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This front matter section contains the preface, acknowledgements, a list of abbreviations and the introduction that occur in the book on The &t;spiritual death&t; of Jesus: a Pentecostal investigation . This book offers an appraisal of the doctrine that Jesus died spiritually (JDS), as taught by E. W. Kenyon, Kenneth E. Hagin and Kenneth Copeland. JDS teaching has been widely regarded by its reviewers as heretical, but the satisfactoriness of this critique requires detailed investigation, which it has hardly yet received. The hypothesis tested by the research is that JDS doctrine is more congruent with biblical and historic Christian affirmations about the death of Christ than its detractors suggest. The research concludes that, while this hypothesis is to a limited extent true, nevertheless there is much in JDS teaching of which Christians may be rightly wary.

Keywords: Jesus died spiritually (JDS); Pentecostal investigation; spiritual death

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