Charismatic theology: approaches and themes
Ever since the irruption of Pentecostal spirituality within Protestant and Roman Catholic denominations, there has been a gradual emergence of what might be called 'charismatic theology'. To be sure a lot of this theology is and has been written at a popular level, but within the last twenty years there has evolved a distinct theology with discernable approaches and common themes expressed at an academic level. This survey article seeks to articulate such a charismatic theology and discusses some critical questions en route.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Lecturer in Christian Theology, Department of Theology and Religious Studies University of Wales Lampeter Ceredigion SA48 7ED Wales UK
Publication date: August 1, 2004