Living in the Spirit offers a comprehensive compilation of perspectives concerning the person and ministry of the Holy Spirit. George Wood's ability to express orthodox Pentecostal theology in creative and refreshing ways is unique. He lucidly expresses his desire that Pentecostals resist being content with memories of powerful past encounters with the Spirit and instead seek to be overwhelmed by the Spirit and demonstrate the enduring evidence of His fullness.
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About "Living in the Spirit"
Meet the Author
George O Wood
Dr. George O. Wood is general superintendent of the U.S. Assemblies of God and chairman of the World AG Fellowship. Before being elected to his present offices, he served as general secretary for 14 years. He was assistant superintendent of the Southern California District from 1988-1993, after pastoring Newport-Mesa Christian Center in Costa Mesa, California, for 17 years. The son of missionary parents to China and Tibet, Wood holds a doctoral degree in pastoral theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and a juris doctorate from Western State University College of Law.
Table Of Contents
- Introduction 1. Religious Violence And Christian Blasphemy Postscript: The Tears Of Peter 2. Division Is Murder Postscript: Judas The Apostle 3. The Sins Of The Church Postscript: Loving Jerusalem 4. The Conciliar Ideal Postscript: The Way Together 5. The Limits Of Consensus Postscript: The First Council 6. The Procedural Quest For Unity And Its Obstacles Postscript: The Prophetic Contest 7. Conscience And Its Limits Postscript: The Crucifixion Of Conscience 8. Multiple Consciences And The Rise Of Solidarity Postscript: A Figural Phenomenology Of The Church 9. The Unity Of Sacrifice Conclusion