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Responding to Walter Brueggemann’s Practice of Prophetic Imagination

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This appreciative response to Walter Brueggemann’s Practice of Prophetic Imagination is set within the context of the long and fruitful engagement of Pentecostal scholars with Brueggemann and his work, including his previous visit with the Society for Pentecostal Studies in 1998. This response proceeds to trace the fresh moves in Brueggemann’s new work in terms of how they move beyond his now classic volume, The Prophetic Imagination, first published in 1978. Moore concludes by offering some thoughts from his Pentecostal perspective on the importance of personal testimony coming together with social witness in the practice of prophetic imagination, whether for the prophets of old or for us today.

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