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Christ King: A Charismatic Appeal for an Ecological Lifestyle

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As yet, neither Pentecostalism nor the charismatic renewal has produced a consistent theology involving the whole of life. In this article, I hope to show how the spiritual gifts (charisms), poured out on the Church, entail the challenge to manifest the universal reign of Christ. By anticipating the end of creation in which God will become "all in all," his eschatological reign promotes already in the present an ecological unity in diversity.

Affiliations: 1: Dr. Jean-Jacques Suurmond, a pastor with the Dutch Broeder-schap van pinkstergemeenten at the time this article was submitted, is now a pastor with the Reformed Church in Holland


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