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Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit: The Promise of Pentecostal Ecclesiology

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In another instance of a long and fruitful effort to engage and encourage Pentecostal theologians, appreciatively and constructively, in making their own distinctive contributions to the larger theological world, renowned evangelical theologian Clark Pinnock has here sketched a suggestive proposal for the construction of a distinctly Pentecostal ecclesiology. Originally presented as the keynote address at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA on March 11, 2005, this paper appears here as the featured dialogue piece followed by responses from three Pentecostal theologians, Frank D. Macchia, Terry L. Cross, and R. Hollis Gause. Pinnock’s proposal for a Pentecostal theology of the church is here outlined in terms of the following themes: (1) An Anointed Herald of God’s Kingdom, (2) A Trinitarian Society, (3) A Church Oriented to Mission, (4) A Continuing Charismatic Structure, and (5) An Institutional Dimension.

Affiliations: 1: McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4K1, Canada, Email:


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