3 FOCUS: THE CHARISMATIC RENEWAL Peter D. Hocken Guest Editor . This Spring 1996 issue of PNEUMA is the second of two issues on the theme of the Charismatic movement. The first appeared in Fall 1994 (Vol. 16, no. 2) and sought to present articles on what has been happening in the Charismatic movement in different parts of the world, particularly North America and Europe. The intention was that the second issue should be more reflective, bringing theological and other disciplines to bear on this movement, especially on the data presented in the first issue. As intended, the second issue is more reflective, even though it has not worked out as I originally planned. Two theologians active in the Charismatic movement within mainline Protestant churches begged to be excused from their commitment. Editorial pardon was made relatively easy by the arrival of the text by German Catholic theologians with a rather cumbersome title "Concerning Extraordinary Phenomena in the Context of Spiritual Occurrences," but in fact dealing in a very thorough way with the "Toronto blessing" kinds of phenomena. The authors wished' to have made their text made available in English translation, and offered it to PNEUMA. Needless to
Pneuma – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1996
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