Baptism in the Holy Spirit: Yet Once More—Again

Baptism in the Holy Spirit: Yet Once More—Again Journal of Pentecostal Th eology 19 (2010) 32–43 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/174552510X490755 brill.nl/pent Baptism in the Holy Spirit: Yet Once More—Again James D.G. Dunn * 65 Maplehurst Road, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 6RP, UK j.d.g.dunn@btopenworld.com Abstract James Dunn responds gratefully to the commendatory critiques of Roger Stronstad, Janet Everts, Chris Th omas and Max Turner. Luke depicts the fi rst coming of the Spirit into a life as both strikingly manifest and as life-giving; he does not envisage an earlier quiet coming. Paul understands the seal of the Spirit as the beginning of the process of salvation, individuals thus baptized in the Spirit and anointed into active ministry in the body. John likewise depicts the reception of the Spirit in John 7.39 and 20.22 as life-creating, the consequence of Christ’s crucifi xion-glorifi cation. Th e area of agreement with Max Turner far exceeds the details of diff erence. Keywords Baptism in the Holy Spirit , Pentecostal theology , charismata , soteriology , Pentecostalism , Johannine Pentecost It remains something of a surprise to me that my Baptism in the Holy Spirit 1 retains as much interest as it seems to. Even more surprising, and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Pentecostal Theology Wolters Kluwer Health

Baptism in the Holy Spirit: Yet Once More—Again

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BRILL
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© 2010 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0966-7369
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1745-5251
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10.1163/174552510X490755
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Journal of Pentecostal Th eology 19 (2010) 32–43 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/174552510X490755 brill.nl/pent Baptism in the Holy Spirit: Yet Once More—Again James D.G. Dunn * 65 Maplehurst Road, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 6RP, UK j.d.g.dunn@btopenworld.com Abstract James Dunn responds gratefully to the commendatory critiques of Roger Stronstad, Janet Everts, Chris Th omas and Max Turner. Luke depicts the fi rst coming of the Spirit into a life as both strikingly manifest and as life-giving; he does not envisage an earlier quiet coming. Paul understands the seal of the Spirit as the beginning of the process of salvation, individuals thus baptized in the Spirit and anointed into active ministry in the body. John likewise depicts the reception of the Spirit in John 7.39 and 20.22 as life-creating, the consequence of Christ’s crucifi xion-glorifi cation. Th e area of agreement with Max Turner far exceeds the details of diff erence. Keywords Baptism in the Holy Spirit , Pentecostal theology , charismata , soteriology , Pentecostalism , Johannine Pentecost It remains something of a surprise to me that my Baptism in the Holy Spirit 1 retains as much interest as it seems to. Even more surprising, and

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Journal of Pentecostal TheologyWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Jan 1, 2010

Keywords: JOHANNINE PENTECOST; PENTECOSTAL THEOLOGY; PENTECOSTALISM; SOTERIOLOGY; BAPTISM IN THE HOLY SPIRIT; CHARISMATA

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