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Worship in the Spirit: Pentecostal Perspectives on Liturgical Theology and Praxis

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A Pentecostal theology of worship is still in the making. Its distinctiveness and common practices are yet to be fully determined or developed. Because of the Pentecostal movement’s roots in the Wesleyan tradition, much of the theological emphasis has been upon holiness and not orthodox, liturgical praxis. However, because of its pneumatological emphases, the Pentecostal movement has much to offer to the church at large as it pertains to liturgy and ritual. This essay suggests some insights for crafting intentionally blended worship that honors orthodoxy and yet remains faithful to the Pentecostal practice and tradition. This essay also reflects upon several scholars’ work from various traditions in convergence with Pentecostal scholarship in order to postulate some innovative ways of envisioning Pentecostal worship and liturgics.

Affiliations: 1: Beulah Heights University, 892 Berne St, SE, Atlanta, GA, 30316 johnathanalvarado@gmail.com

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A Pentecostal theology of worship is still in the making. Its distinctiveness and common practices are yet to be fully determined or developed. Because of the Pentecostal movement’s roots in the Wesleyan tradition, much of the theological emphasis has been upon holiness and not orthodox, liturgical praxis. However, because of its pneumatological emphases, the Pentecostal movement has much to offer to the church at large as it pertains to liturgy and ritual. This essay suggests some insights for crafting intentionally blended worship that honors orthodoxy and yet remains faithful to the Pentecostal practice and tradition. This essay also reflects upon several scholars’ work from various traditions in convergence with Pentecostal scholarship in order to postulate some innovative ways of envisioning Pentecostal worship and liturgics.

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