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Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research

Table of Contents #15

February 2006

 

"Neither Nave nor Narrow: A Balanced Pentecostal Approach to Christian Theology of Religions " by Dr. Tony Richie, Adjunct Faculty, Church of God Theological Seminary. This paper was read to the American Academy of Religion, Philadelphia, PA, November 19-22, 2005.
 

"Dynamics of Ministry Training and Ministry Opportunities for Charismatic Women: A Socio-historical Perspective of Wesleyan, Pentecostal, and Holiness Women in Ministry in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century U.S." by Dr. Heather Ann Ackley, Associate Professor of Theology, Azusa Pacific University, and Annettee Mc Cabe, teacher in Tunisia. An earlier version of this article was presented at the Common Day of Learning, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California on March 5, 2003.
 

"'When the Poor Are Fired Up': The Role of Pneumatology in Pentecostal-Charismatic Mission" by Dr. Wonsuk Ma, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Philippines. This speech was delivered May 2005 to he World Council of Churches Conference on World Mission and Evangelism held in Athens, Greece. This article was published on the World Council of Churches Mission and Evangelism conference website and will appear in the official documentation book on the Athens conference.

"Encounter with Modernity: The 'McDonaldization' and 'Charismatization' of Korean Mega-Churches," by Dr. Young-Gi Hong, President of the Institute for Church Growth, teaches missiology at Hansei University and is Associate Pastor of Yoido Full Gospel Church, Seoul, South Korea.

 

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