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Pentecostal Healing (#29 in Journal Of Pentecostal Theology Supplement Series)

Kinberly Ervin Alexander

Pentecostal Healing (#29 in Journal Of Pentecostal Theology Supplement Series)

Kinberly Ervin Alexander

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This detailed historical study of the formative years of Pentecostal healing shows with abundant examples how many early Pentecostals were grappling with questions of great importance for the Christian understanding of healing and its relationship to soteriology.

- Publisher "Tracing the influence of the nineteenth-century healing movement and employing an inductive method in her examination of early Pentecostal periodical literature, Kimberley Alexander provides the most comprehensive investigation of this subject to date." "Through the voices of those on the margins, the reader is exposed to the thinking of early Pentecostals on such issues as the origins of illness, healing provided in the atonement, signs following believers, means of healing, and the roles of faith and the Holy Spirit. Drawing on this analysis, the author constructs two distinct models of healing theology." "The concluding theological reflection makes clear the implications for Pentecostal soteriology, pneumatology and ecclesiology. Early Pentecostalism can no longer be viewed in a monolithic fashion, and earlier studies which have tended to do so will require revision in appreciation of the two distinct streams within the movement described here."--BOOK JACKET.

- Publisher Essential reading on the history of Christian healing. The most comprehensive treatment of the subject yet published.

- Publisher

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This detailed historical study of the formative years of Pentecostal healing shows with abundant examples how many early Pentecostals were grappling with questions of great importance for the Christian understanding of healing and its relationship to soteriology.
- Publisher

"Tracing the influence of the nineteenth-century healing movement and employing an inductive method in her examination of early Pentecostal periodical literature, Kimberley Alexander provides the most comprehensive investigation of this subject to date." "Through the voices of those on the margins, the reader is exposed to the thinking of early Pentecostals on such issues as the origins of illness, healing provided in the atonement, signs following believers, means of healing, and the roles of faith and the Holy Spirit. Drawing on this analysis, the author constructs two distinct models of healing theology." "The concluding theological reflection makes clear the implications for Pentecostal soteriology, pneumatology and ecclesiology. Early Pentecostalism can no longer be viewed in a monolithic fashion, and earlier studies which have tended to do so will require revision in appreciation of the two distinct streams within the movement described here."--BOOK JACKET.
- Publisher

Essential reading on the history of Christian healing. The most comprehensive treatment of the subject yet published.
- Publisher

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