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What Meaneth This? Pentecostals and Theological Inquiry

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This article investigates what it means to maintain a Pentecostal theology by asking whether Pentecostals have any theological distinctives to offer, and, if so, how they may be identified. The first part begins with two recent approaches that seek to articulate what is theologically distinctive for Pentecostals through an appeal to spiritual experience. Following a critique of those approaches, the author proposes a constructive framework within which theological distinctives may emerge. The article concludes by applying the framework to the doctrine of scripture as a test case in order to determine what may be theologically distinct in the Pentecostal confession about that doctrine.

Affiliations: 1: Lee University, School of Religion, Cleveland, TN 37311, USA, Email:


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