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Pentecostals and Divine Impassibility: A Response to Daniel Castelo

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This article responds to Daniel Castelo's recent recommendation of the doctrine of divine impassibility to Pentecostals. In contrast to Castelo's proposal, this article argues that Pentecostals are justified in dropping the term 'impassibility' and, moreover, that Pentecostals have a pneumatological reason for affirming divine passibility implicit within their spirituality of speaking in tongues.

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2011-04-01
2017-02-23

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