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Baptism in the Spirit : Luke-Acts and the Dunn debate

Author: William Atkinson
Publisher: Cambridge : Lutterworth Press, 2012.
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This book is about that treasured doctrine of Pentecostalism: baptism in the Holy Spirit, understood as a work subsequent to conversion to Christ. Since James Dunn's publication of Baptism in the Holy Spirit, there has been heated response from Pentecostals in defense of the doctrine. Key players are Roger Stronstad, Howard Ervin, David Petts, James Shelton, Robert Menzies, and ex-Pentecostal Max Turner. This book  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: James D G Dunn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Atkinson
ISBN: 9780718892685 0718892682
OCLC Number: 769429856
Description: x, 154 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The Dunn debate and its inception --
Pentecostal criticisms of Dunn --
Pentecostal alternatives to Dunn --
Luke-Acts in its canonical context --
Baptism in the Spirit today.
Responsibility: William P. Atkinson ; foreword by Robert W. Grave.


A critical discussion of James Dunn's influential analysis of the doctrine of baptism in the Holy Spirit, written from a Pentecostalist perspective.  Read more...


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'The book offers an interesting discussion of the Baptism in the Spirit debate [...] It is an academic text, but is written in a sufficiently accessible style for informed lay readers.'David M. Read more...

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