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'The Body of Christ, the Spirit of Communion': Re-Visioning Pentecostal Ecclesiology in Conversation with Robert Jenson

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This paper seeks to bring pentecostal theology into dialogue with the work of Robert W. Jenson, provoking a conversation that not only serves the broader ecumenical discourse, but also contributes to the project of 're-visioning Pentecostal spirituality'. Focusing on several critical issues, the paper explores ways pentecostal theologians and practitioners might benefit from Jenson's contributions as they work to articulate a genuinely pentecostal account of the church's nature and purposes, her ministries, and institutions.

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2011-04-01
2016-07-30

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