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A Lutheran Among Friendly Pentecostals

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Jenson offers an appreciative response to the overtures of Jeffrey Lamp (Scripture), Chris Green (sacraments), Michael Chan (Judaism), and Rick Bliese (the charismatic Spirit). In explicating his theological stance, Jenson calls for a deeper appreciation of the sacramental unity of the Church and of the church's Spirit-shaped history. In regard to Judaism, he calls for Jewish and Christian theologians to think together on shared problems. Jenson accepts the genuineness of charismatic gifts, but he cannot agree with Pentecostalism's doctrine of a Spirit baptism subsequent to water baptism. Finally, he affirms the Church's pursuit of one eucharistic community.


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