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Pentecostal Healing.

Pentecostal Healing

Kimberly Ervin Alexander, Ph.D.

Deo Publishing

c/o Presbyterian Publishing Corp.

100 Witherspoon Street, Louisville, KY 40202

9058540316 $24.95

Kimberly Ervin Alexander (Assistant Professor of Historical Theology, Church of God Theological Seminary, Cleveland Tennessee) explores the influence of the nineteenth-century healing movement and applies inductive reasoning in her examination of early Pentecostal periodical literature in Pentecostal Healing. Chapters discuss and analyze the hermeneutics of the movement and underlying theological presumptions, healing theology in practice both in years past and the modern day, and theological reflections from trinitarian, pneumatological, christological/soteriological, ecclesiological, and eschatological viewpoints. A methodical treatment of the nuances of a complex aspect of modern and early modern Christian history.
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Author:Taylor, John
Publication:MBR Bookwatch
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Date:Jan 1, 2007
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