Constructive Pneumatological Hermeneutics in Pentecostal Christianity (Christianity and Renewal - Interdisciplinary Studies) (Hardcover)
This book presents the work of leading hermeneutical theorists alongside emerging thinkers, examining the current state of hermeneutics within the Pentecostal tradition. The volume's contributors present constructive ideas about the future of hermeneutics at the intersection of theology of the Spirit, Pentecostal Christianity, and other disciplines. This collection offers cutting-edge scholarship that engages with and pulls from a broad range of fields and points toward the future of Pneumatological hermeneutics. The volume's interdisciplinary essays are broken up into four sections: philosophical hermeneutics, biblical-theological hermeneutics, social and cultural hermeneutics, and hermeneutics in the social and physical sciences.
Kenneth J. Archer is Professor of Theology and Pentecostal Studies at Southeastern University, USA, and a visiting faculty member at the Advance Center for Theological Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, USA. He has authored a variety of articles in international Journals and dictionaries. He is the author of two books, A Pentecostal Hermeneutic for the Twenty-First Century and The Gospel Revisited. He is also co-editor, with Dale Coulter, of a forthcoming volume, North American Pentecostalism. He is a minister with the Church of God, Cleveland, USA, and has co-pastored three churches with his spouse, Melissa L. Archer. L. William Oliverio, Jr. is Pastor of Immanuel Church, Wisconsin, USA. He is also Lecturer in Theology at Marquette University, USA, and an adjunct faculty member of the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, The School of Urban Missions, and Regent University School of Divinity, USA. He is the author of Theological Hermeneutics in the Classical Pentecostal Tradition and various philosophical writings.