The Spirit in the World

Emerging Pentecostal Theologies in Global Contexts

Author: Veli-Matti Karkkainen

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 248

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Pentecostal scholars from four continents here offer constructive theological proposals focusing on the role of the Holy Spirit in diverse cultural and religious contexts. Typical Pentecostal topics Spirit-baptism, healing, and other charisms are interwoven with such themes as post-colonialism, religious plurality, racial diversity, and cultural heritage.

Spirit in the World

Author: Karl Rahner

Publisher: Continuum


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 408

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One of Rahner's classic studies, this volume employs the German Jesuit theologian's deep understanding of the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas to explore the relationship between the spirit and matter, metaphysical and concrete realities.

The Spirit in the World

Author: Donald L. Gelpi

Publisher: Liturgical Press


Category: Religion

Page: 127

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Father Gelpi examines what Christians mean when they say that they believe in the Holy Spirit. By substituting the world "breath" for spirit, the reader gains a new appreciation of the image.

Pentecostalism, Catholicism, and the Spirit in the World

Author: Stan Chu Ilo

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 326

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This volume’s essays are an ecumenical ensemble of the best scholars and leading practitioners in the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements from all four corners of the world. The contributors bring together various denominational perspectives and dialogue for understanding the present momentum of these Spirit movements in the world church. Their diverse methodologies transverse the traditional and new approaches to studying these movements. Pointing the way forward, the authors highlight some of the lessons learned in their scholarly engagement with Spirit movements. These lessons offer significant insight and viewpoints for the academy in the historical analysis of these movements. They also serve as a good guide for pastoral discernment and accompaniment for God’s people in their daily lives, as well as for social ministries in the world church. This volume addresses questions of salvation and eschatology, health and healing, prosperity and poverty, suffering and death, fear and faith, despair and hope. Other topics include the conflict between charism and institution and the tension between cultic clericalism and the affirmation and use of the gifts and talents of lay members of Christ’s faithful in the church.

The Holy Spirit in the New Testament

Author: Henry Barclay Swete

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 426

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Henry Barlcay Swete (1835-1917) was Regius Professor of Divinity, Cambridge, for twenty-five years. Swete is well known and respected for the extensive range of his biblical and patristic studies and for his careful and exact scholarship.

The Holy Spirit in the World

A Global Conversation

Author: Kirsteen Kim

Publisher: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge


Category: Holy Spirit

Page: 210

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The meaning of the Holy Spirit and discernment of its presence in the world have always generated lively debate. But with the emergence of theologies from diverse cultural contexts, particularly in Asia, the age-old debate has assumed a broader character. From her own experience of diverse ecclesial and cultural contexts, Kirsteen Kim is well-equipped to enter into many facets of this conversation. In this wise and exciting book, she shows how perspectives formed by gender, access to power, theology, social location, and culture offer new and rich insights into ancient questions. Highlighting both the vitality and tensions that characterize the present moment, she offers a fresh perspective on the way in which all God's people are moving under the Spirit's power to new wisdom, insights, and power.

Matter and Spirit in the Universe

Scientific and Religious Preludes to Modern Cosmology

Author: Helge Kragh

Publisher: Imperial College Press


Category: Science

Page: 298

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Cosmology is an unusual science with an unusual history. This book examines the formative years of modern cosmology from the perspective of its interaction with religious thought. As the first study of its kind, it reveals how closely associated the development of cosmology has been with considerations of a philosophical and religious nature. From nineteenth-century thermodynamics to the pioneering cosmological works of Georges LemaŒtre and Arthur E Milne, religion has shaped parts of modern cosmological theory. By taking the religious component seriously, a new and richer history of cosmology emerges.