Textbook for class written by a solid theologian. Great information that covered the world and added to the focus in the U.S. practice. Fun to read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. S. Kirton
I am the Abomination of Desolation.
I have been set up in the Holy Place of Jesus.
Did you think it would be a statue? Read more
I would recommend this book not just for religious insight on Pentecostalism, but also for historical data blended within the story being presented by the author.Published 11 months ago by Annette E.
Cox shows both the good and bad in the history and development of Pentecostalism throughout the world, with both the possible pitfalls it may enter in the future and its promise.Published 15 months ago by tDawn
This is an interesting look at the pentecostal movement. I have not finished it yet as I am reading two other books along with this one for this class but I am finding it to have... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Roberta Rogers
As a life long Pentecostal, and a pastor of over 20 years, I deeply enjoyed Cox's perspective on "Pentecostalism from a Non-Pentecostal. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Pastor Brian Sutton
It is a textbook and was not used for general reading, and I would not have purchased for any other reason.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
The one I wanted under the same title was by Mary Renault. It was about "laying on of hands." booPublished 23 months ago by Paul R. Harris