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An Interpretive Review Essay on Amos Yong's Spirit-Word-Community: Theological Hermeneutics in Trinitarian Perspective

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Amos Yong's Spirit-Word-Community stands as the most significant work on theological hermeneutics to date by a Pentecostal theologian. I offer an interpretation of his project as it intertwines ontological, metaphysical, epistemological and hermeneutical concerns in the trialectic of Spirit-Word-Community. I assess this project as articulating the paradigm from which his other theological writings work, as a bold effort in its scope, and as helpfully urging Pentecostal theology toward a 'hermeneutical realism'.

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