121- THE SPIRIT AND LIFE: A FURTHER RESPONSE TO JÜRGEN MOLTMANN Frank D. Macchia* Southeastern College 1000 Longfellow Blvd, Lakeland, FL 33801, USA I wish to begin by expressing appreciation to Professor Moltmann for responding so personally and honestly to me and the other Pentecostal reviewers of his book The Spirit of Life. Although I was asked to join the dialogue late in the process, I was delighted to have the opportunity to engage Moltmann with my own Pentecostal theological concerns, especially in company with such a respected and qualified group of Pentecostal scholars. I admire Moltmann’s effort to define his position in response to a broad variety of concerns. Responding to six reviewers is no easy task. I wish to respond once more in order to clarify a few points that Moltmann raises in response to my review and to engage some of his concerns. There is much in Moltmann’s Spirit of Life that I appreciated which was not mentioned within the limited confines of my review. Moltmann is quite correct in saying that his book invites its readers to experience the Holy Spirit. I felt the tug of that invitation as I read the book. Moltmann’s
Journal of Pentecostal Theology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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