Pentecostal Missions is More Than What It Claims

Pentecostal Missions is More Than What It Claims 283 Pentecostal Missions is More Than What It Claims Jose Miguez Bonino The Spring 1994 issue of PNEUMA on "Pentecostal Missiology," as previous ones on other areas of Pentecostal Studies, is a very important contribution to theological, historical and missiological subjects which demand careful and urgent attention. It is an honor to be invited to respond to the material included in this issue. I only regret that, due to the limited time, my remarks will only touch on three broad points, and my observations will come mostly in the form of questions raised for further analysis. Before I begin my analysis of these three areas, one issue raised in one of the articles, I want simply to identify and underline. The article on "Women in Assemblies of God Missions" by Barbara Cavaness' seems to me to point by implication to a question that overflows the limits of "Assemblies of God" and "foreign mission;" namely, the crucial importance of women in the total evangelistic impact of the Pentecostal movement as a whole. This subject is in need of broader and careful investigation. 1. The first point on which I want to comment more extensively relates to Edward Pousson's intriguing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pneuma Brill

Pentecostal Missions is More Than What It Claims

Pneuma, Volume 16 (1): 283 – Jan 1, 1994

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Brill
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© 1994 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0272-0965
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1570-0747
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10.1163/157007494X00265
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283 Pentecostal Missions is More Than What It Claims Jose Miguez Bonino The Spring 1994 issue of PNEUMA on "Pentecostal Missiology," as previous ones on other areas of Pentecostal Studies, is a very important contribution to theological, historical and missiological subjects which demand careful and urgent attention. It is an honor to be invited to respond to the material included in this issue. I only regret that, due to the limited time, my remarks will only touch on three broad points, and my observations will come mostly in the form of questions raised for further analysis. Before I begin my analysis of these three areas, one issue raised in one of the articles, I want simply to identify and underline. The article on "Women in Assemblies of God Missions" by Barbara Cavaness' seems to me to point by implication to a question that overflows the limits of "Assemblies of God" and "foreign mission;" namely, the crucial importance of women in the total evangelistic impact of the Pentecostal movement as a whole. This subject is in need of broader and careful investigation. 1. The first point on which I want to comment more extensively relates to Edward Pousson's intriguing

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