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“Epistemology, Ethos, and Environment”: In Search of a Theology of Pentecostal Theological Education 1

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Abstract The purpose of this essay is to take a theological look at Pentecostal theological education at the global level. While dialoguing widely with various current and historical discussions of the theology of theological education, particularly with David Kelsey of Yale University, the essay urges Pentecostals to negotiate an epistemology that corrects and goes beyond both modernity and postmodernity. The essay also urges Pentecostals to negotiate several seeming opposites such as “academic” versus “spiritual” or “doctrinal” versus “critical.” The final part of the essay offers Pentecostals some advice and inspiration from the reservoirs of the long history and experience of non-Pentecostal theological institutions.

Affiliations: 1: Fuller Theological Seminary Pasadena, CA USA Faculty of Theology, University of Helsinki Finland


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