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Towards a Pentecostal Ecclesiology: Participation in the Missional Life of the Triune God

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Pentecostals have been hesitant to reflect theologically on their ecclesiology, instead focusing on the pragmatics of local church ministry. However, theological reflection would help Pentecostals integrate their distinctives into a robust ecclesiology. This essay is a constructive attempt to articulate a Pentecostal ecclesiology that is Trinitarian, missional and eschatological in scope. Succinctly, Pentecostal ecclesiology must start in reflection of the triune God, who constitutes the Church as a sent and sending community, calling the Church to live out its mission as it participates in the missional life of God.


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