33- BELIEVING IN CHRIST AND RECEIVING THE SPIRIT: A RESPONSE TO MAX TURNER J. David Pawson* ’Still Waters’, West End, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke, Hants, RG24 9LB, United Kingdom * J. David Pawson (MA, Cambridge University: BSc, Durham University), who has a world-wide itinerant teaching ministry that crosses denominational bound- aries, is the author of numerous books and articles on a wide range of biblical and theological issues. Much of his writing has focused on the subject of Spirit baptism, including the influential The Normal Christian Birth (London: Hodder & Stough- ton, 1989). In addition, Pawson has produced hundreds of audio and video tapes devoted to the study of the Bible. The editors of JPT are happy to have Revd Pawson serve as a dialogue partner for this issue of JPT. It is often the case that those who are closest to each other in outlook are most conscious of the remaining differences between them. The debate between Turner and myself may seem to be about minor issues, but it has enormous pastoral implications and is highly significant in the context of the current state of Pentecostal theological discussion. The twentieth century has witnessed the rise of ’Pentecostalism’,
Journal of Pentecostal Theology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1999
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