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Pentecostal Epiclesis: A Model for Teaching and Learning

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Abstract The eucharistic practices of many mainline and historic Christian traditions have been co-opted into Pentecostalism’s theology and praxis. While this has been functional for the first one hundred years of Pentecostalism, a decidedly Pentecostal expression of epiclesis is still being developed and existing modes of eucharistic prayer are being understood. In this essay I examine epiclesis and note its natural intersection with Pentecostal theology as the inroad to an expanded theological dialogue. I define epiclesis historically and within a contemporary Pentecostal context. Finally, I argue that the mainline and historic churches could teach and learn from a cross-pollination of ideas with Pentecostal churches.

Affiliations: 1: Beulah Heights University Atlanta


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