160 Book Reviews / Pneuma 30 (2008) 147-191 Peter Althouse, Spirit of the Last Days: Pentecostal Eschatology in Conversation with Jürgen Moltmann , Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplement series 25 (London and New York: T & T Clark International/Continuum, 2003). xvi + 232 pp., $60.00, paper. Like the emergence of Pentecostalism at the beginning of the twentieth century, whose current state it seeks to revitalize, the journey on which Peter Althouse invites us is one of recovering what is latent in our past and revisioning our future. Spirit of the Last Days is both a personal search and public call to action for an “authentic and responsible Pentecostal theology” integrating social ethics and justice in a this-world transforming Pentecostal eschatology (xi). Althouse, while contributing his own ideas, serves primarily as the guide to a “conversation” between Jürgen Moltmann, famous for his Theology of Hope (and contributor of the book’s preface) and four important and innovative Pentecostal theologians. The similarities and diﬀerences that emerge provide early adumbrations on a map for renewed belief and practice. Th e recovery reaches back to early varieties Pentecostalism, such as the Latter Rain Move- ment, that emphasized vibrant personal and societal restoration mediated
Pneuma – Brill
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