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Pastor, theologian, Swede, eternal student, science and technology nerd, basketball fanatic, righteous sinner.

Feeling most at home among "empowered evangelicals", but tries to learn the truth together with all of God's people.


Jun
26
comment Why does the Old Testament never mention unclean spirits and demon-posessed people?
Indeed, I misread the Hebrew. There was a mê'im, but it referred to the Spirit of God departing from Saul
Apr
30
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
24
revised What do those who practice the gift of 'tongues' consider the purpose to be?
Added additional source to leading theologian
Apr
24
answered What do those who practice the gift of 'tongues' consider the purpose to be?
Apr
24
answered What guidelines should be followed using spiritual gifts?
Apr
23
asked What was the first Spiritual Gifts Inventory book published or who was the first to use the method?
Apr
8
answered What should be included in an exposition of faith?
Apr
8
comment How did Thomas Aquinas view grace as opposed to the church fathers?
To @H3br3wHamm3r81 You misunderstand the question. It is not about something man can achieve, but about how grace works in our lives, what kind of gift it is.
Apr
8
comment How did Thomas Aquinas view grace as opposed to the church fathers?
Thank you @Pavel. I look forward to it.
Apr
5
asked How did Thomas Aquinas view grace as opposed to the church fathers?
Apr
5
comment In the book of John, is the Holy Spirit not in Jesus until the dove descends on Him?
How about some exegetics to support this view?
Mar
31
comment What was the definition of the spiritual gift of the word of Knowledge in early pentecostalism?
I beg to disagree. Gee clearly states that he does not agree with the view expressed by Carter et al. Similarly, Carter takes issue with the view that the word of knowledge is referring to teaching. The book by Wigglesworth is a collection from sermons that he gave. So yes, he did not write a book, but the teaching in the book is from him.
Mar
10
awarded  Yearling
Feb
28
comment How was the gift of the word of knowledge defined by the pioneers of the pentecostal healing revival
OK. I am still investigating the issue and will perhaps provide a more thorough answer in time.
Feb
17
answered What was the definition of the spiritual gift of the word of Knowledge in early pentecostalism?
Feb
10
comment What was the definition of the spiritual gift of the word of Knowledge in early pentecostalism?
@warren I have edited the questions and added comments to make clear that this is not the same question as the one currently flagged as if it had the answer.
Feb
10
comment How was the gift of the word of knowledge defined by the pioneers of the pentecostal healing revival
Just to make clear. The other question is about the first generation of pentecostal pioneers (1900-1940), this question is about the healing revivalists of the 50's. Thus the questions are not identical.
Feb
10
revised What was the definition of the spiritual gift of the word of Knowledge in early pentecostalism?
Made the scope of the question more clear
Feb
10
awarded  Critic
Feb
10
comment What was the definition of the spiritual gift of the word of Knowledge in early pentecostalism?
The healing revival is credited with making pentecostalism known to a larger audience, less sectarian and to have influenced the charismatic movement in the mainline protestant churches and the catholic church. It is also credited with changing the focus of classic pentecostalism from tongues to healing. Like it or not, but it was no "fringe". (Sources, as always, Hollenweger, Anderson + Amos Yong and a few other leading pentecostal theologians.)