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The Many Faces of Global Pentecostalism Paperback – October 14, 2013
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Dr. Harold D. Hunter is currently Director of the IPHC Archives & Research Center. Denominational executive positions, seminary teaching and ecumenical dialogues have taken him to about 70 countries. Dr. Hunter co-edited with Dr. Peter Hocken All Together In One Place (Sheffield, 1993), co-edited with Professor Cecil M. Robeck Jr., The Suffering Body (Paternoster, 2006) in addition to The Azusa Street Revival and Its Legacy (Pathway, 2006), and released the monograph Spirit Baptism: A Pentecostal Alternative (Wipf & Stock, 2009). His articles have appeared in international journals, dictionaries, and encyclopedia. Dr. Hunter actively engages the World Council of Churches, Eastern Orthodox Churches, the World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC), and the NCCCUSA Faith and Order Commission. Neil Ormerod is Professor of Theology at Australian Catholic University, holding a research position at the Strathfield (Sydney) campus of ACU. He has been involved in various capacities with the Australian Pentecostal theological college, Alphacrucis, and is currently on its governing council. He co-wrote Globalization and the Mission of the Church (T&T Clarke, 2009) with Pentecostal theologian Shane Clifton. He is widely published in international theological journals, notably Theological Studies and Irish Theological Quarterly. His most recent book, Creator God, Evolving World (Fortress, 2013) was co-written with Cynthia Crysdale.
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