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Kingdom Come (#37 in Journal Of Pentecostal Theology Supplement Series)

Matthew K Thompson

Kingdom Come (#37 in Journal Of Pentecostal Theology Supplement Series)

Matthew K Thompson

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In his Pentecostal Spirituality: A Passion for the Kingdom (1993), theologian Steven J. Land issued a clarion call for Pentecostal theologians to reconsider eschatology outside the categories of premillennial dispensationalism. Kingdom Come: Revisioning Pentecostal Eschatology is Matthew Thompson's constructive answer to Land's invitation. Thompson persuasively argues that Pentecostalism's adoption of premillennial dispensationalism as a hermeneutic, as a philosophy of history and as an eschatology robs the movement of the potential for dynamic growth and of profound experiences of the power of the Holy Spirit. Thompson concludes his account with an engagement of the eschatologies of John Fletcher, Jurgen Moltmann and Sergius Bulgakov in order to construct what he terms a genuinely Pentecostal eschatology formulated thematically through the lens of the five-fold Pentecostal Full Gospel.

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In his Pentecostal Spirituality: A Passion for the Kingdom (1993), theologian Steven J. Land issued a clarion call for Pentecostal theologians to reconsider eschatology outside the categories of premillennial dispensationalism. Kingdom Come: Revisioning Pentecostal Eschatology is Matthew Thompson's constructive answer to Land's invitation. Thompson persuasively argues that Pentecostalism's adoption of premillennial dispensationalism as a hermeneutic, as a philosophy of history and as an eschatology robs the movement of the potential for dynamic growth and of profound experiences of the power of the Holy Spirit. Thompson concludes his account with an engagement of the eschatologies of John Fletcher, Jurgen Moltmann and Sergius Bulgakov in order to construct what he terms a genuinely Pentecostal eschatology formulated thematically through the lens of the five-fold Pentecostal Full Gospel.
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Table Of Contents

  • Prefaceabbreviationsintroductionpart Ichapter 1: The Descent Of The Latter Rain: The Rise Of Pentecostalismchapter 2: `history Written In Advance': Classical Dispensationalism And The Eclipse Of Biblical Eschatology In Popular Christianitychapter 3: Strange Bedfellows: An Analysis And Critique Of The Pentecostal Adoption And Adaptation Of Scofieldian Dispensationalismpart Iichapter 4: Faith Of Our Fathers: The Trinitarian Pneumatology Of Gregory Of Nazianzuschapter 5: The Way Of Salvation: John Wesley And John Fletcher On Full Salvationchapter 6: The End Is The New Beginning: Contemporary Voices, East And Westpart Iiichapter 7: The Second Coming Of Word And Spirit: The Parousia In Pneumatological Perspectivechapter 8: The Power And The Glory: The Cosmic Pentecost And The Entire Sanctification Of The Universechapter 9: Heaven Is A Place On Earth: The Final Healing And Justification Of The Cosmosconclusionbibliographyindex Of Modern Authorsindex Of Biblical References
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