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Locating Pentecostals at the Hermeneutical Round Table

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Utilizing evangelical, rabbinic, and literary critical hermeneutical methods as dialogue partners, I will suggest in this article five emphases that distinguish a Pentecostal approach to Scripture: (1) Pentecostal readings are narrative rather than propositional. (2) They are dynamic rather than static. (3) They are experience-based. (4) They seek encounter more than understanding. (5) They are pragmatic, emphasizing transformation and application.

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