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1841270059
Author:
Roger Stronstad
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Sheffield Academic Press (October 1, 1999)
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In this sequel to perhaps the most significant biblical studies book by a Pentecostal scholar, The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke, Roger Stronstad makes a compelling case for understanding Lukan pneumatology as arguing for the prophethood of all believers

In this sequel to perhaps the most significant biblical studies book by a Pentecostal scholar, The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke, Roger Stronstad makes a compelling case for understanding Lukan pneumatology as arguing for the prophethood of all believers. By means of careful literary and theological analyses of Luke-Acts Stronstad discovers this emergent theme, whereby In this sequel to perhaps the most significant biblical studies book by a Pentecostal scholar, The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke, Roger Stronstad makes a compelling case for understanding Lukan pneumatology as arguing for.

In this sequel to perhaps the most significant biblical studies book by a Pentecostal scholar, The Charismatic Theology of St.

With the publication of Stronstad's The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke in 1984, pentecostal scholarship on Luke-Acts introduced . He is the author of many articles and six books, including The Prophethood of All Believers: A Study in Luke's Charismatic Theology. Luke in 1984, pentecostal scholarship on Luke-Acts introduced itself to the academic community. By tracking plot patterns and considering Luke's storytelling techniques, Stronstad found Luke's understanding of the mission of Christ and the church and the nature of Spirit empowerment to effect it. In our graduate curriculum, this book is the cornerstone of our 'pentecostal distinctives' course.

Prophethood of All Believers (Journal of Pentecostal Theology Suppleme Series, 16). Prophethood of All Believers (Journal of Pentecostal Theology Suppleme Series, 16). Roger Stronstad.

Journal of Ministry Resources and Theology for Pentecostal and Charismatic Ministries & Leaders. Stronstad assumes Lucan authorship, both for the gospel that bears Luke’s name and for the Book of Acts, and considers them to be two volumes of one book. He also correctly believes that Luke is not only a master historian, but also a theologian. In stating this, he does not avoid the issues regarding the relationship between Pauline and Lucan theology but argues brilliantly that Luke, who wrote more of the New Testament than anyone else, including Paul, must be taken seriously as a theologian in his own right.

Paul Walaskay - 1999 - Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 53 (2):189-191. The Prophethood of All Believers. James Luther Adams & George K. Beach - 1988 - Journal of Religious Ethics 16 (2):364-365. John T. Carroll - 2001 - Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 55 (2):200-200

Roger Stronstad: A Defining Theological Statement to Support Pentecostal Perspective Dr. Byron D. Klaus Biblical Theology of Mission The Controversy   Does Luke provide an alternative view of the controversial term Baptism in the Spirit? The Church largely influenced by Reformed.

Roger Stronstad: A Defining Theological Statement to Support Pentecostal Perspective Dr. Klaus Biblical Theology of Mission The Controversy   Does Luke provide an alternative view of the controversial term Baptism in the Spirit? The Church largely influenced by Reformed perspective, allowed the Baptism of the Holy Spirit to be associated with salvation and incorporation in the Body (I Cor. 12:13)  From Wesley through the Holiness and Keswickian.

11 Stronstad, Charismatic Theology, 9. See further Stronstad’s ‘Filled with the Spirit’ Terminology in Luke-Acts in New and Old Issues in Pentecostalism. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies. November 16-18, 1989. Reprinted on pages 1-14 in The Holy Spirit in the Scriptures and the Church: Essays Presented to Leslie Thomas Holdcroft on his 65th Birthday, Roger Stronstad and Laurence M. Van Kleek, eds.

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For centuries Christians have had the concept of the priesthood of all believers firmly engrained in their minds. The prophethood of all believers, on the other hand, is, so Stronstad believes, the main focus of Spirit-baptism in Luke-Acts. A landmark study in Lukan pneumatology, this book is aimed at a mixed readership ranging from the scholar to the informed layperson. The role of the Spirit in Luke is clearly portrayed in terms of vocational empowerment. Traditionally, Lukan pneumatology has been viewed through Pauline or Johannine spectacles, but by interpreting Luke independently of the other Gospels and the epistles, Stronstad has cogently argued for the historical and contemporary relevance of Spirit-baptism. He challenges the reader to develop a new appreciation of Luke's theology of the Holy Spirit, and, in fact, to consider the role of the prophethood of all believers for today's world.
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  • ChallengeMine
Here is an excellent study and presentation. The author details a hermeneutic for the study of Luke-Acts. He begins with an emphasis on Jesus as a prophet "mighty in word and deed." He views the disciples as a company of Spirit-baptized prophets. He describes the characteristics of the church as a prophetic community. Examples of prophetic ministry are given by surveying the ministry of five charismatic prophets in Acts. Paul is seen as a charismatic prophet and his churches are described as prophetic communities.