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Pinnock’s Pneumatology: A pentecostal Appreciation

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This article responds to Clark Pinnock’s address on the ‘Promise of Pentecostal Ecclesiology’ in the context of appreciation for his long and mutually enriching interaction with Pentecostals. The response proceeds to take up Pinnock’s specific ecclesiological proposals by proposing an even fuller way to relate the Spirit with justification and by offering further thoughts on how to develop a theology of the charismatic structure of the church.

Affiliations: 1: Vanguard University of Southern California, 55 Fair Dr. Costa Mesa, CA 92626-9601, USA, Email:


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