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Canonical Theism as Ecclesial and Ecumenical Resource

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Abstract This article seeks to survey the movement of canonical theism as a way of introducing it to a Pentecostal readership for the purpose of establishing possible links that could be beneficial for both groups. In particular, the essay utilizes some of the claims of canonical theism to reconsider the place and function of initial-evidence thinking within Classical Pentecostalism. Additionally, the essay explores how the Pentecostal experience and understanding of God would substantiate further the underdeveloped claims to theism that the movement makes.

Affiliations: 1: School of Theology, Seattle Pacific University 3307 Third Ave. West, Suite 204, Seattle, Washington, Email:, URL:; 2: School of Theology, Seattle Pacific University 3307 Third Ave. West, Suite 204, Seattle, Washington


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