Althouse, Peter
September 2001
Journal of Ecumenical Studies;Fall2001, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p399
Academic Journal
Examines how a number of Pentecostal scholars have attempted to define religious experience. Use of a typology developed by the late theologian George Schner to help clarify the Pentecostal appeal to experience; Description of the role of experience in Pentecostal worship and theologizing; Relationship between Pentecostal experience and mysticism.


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