A Pentecostal Apologia
Keywords:intercultural theology, pentecostalism
My proposal is that a Pentecostal approach to theology, normed by the Day of Pentecost narrative (rather than by modern Pentecostal theological developments) invites an intercultural stance. The many tongues unleashed by the Pentecostal Spirit empowers many aesthetic, philosophical, and religious testimonies of which witnesses demand intercultural discernment.
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