A Christianity Today Book of the Year In what may be regarded as his magnum opus, Clark Pinnock here turns attention to the vital Christian doctrine of the. In what may be regarded as his magnum opus, Clark Pinnock turns attention to the vital Christian doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Writing out of both wide learning and . Flame of Love has ratings and 12 reviews. Adrian as hismagnum opus, Clark Pinnock here turns attention to the vital Christian doctrine of the Holy Spirit.
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Skip to main content. Likewise, he has a deep value for the unity of the oove, and as such used and affirmed Pentecostal, Mainline, Evangelical, Catholic and Orthodox beliefs. A Theology of the Holy Spirit have now earned a comfortable home in theological discussion. Trivia About Flame of Love: Writing out of wide learning and deep personal passion, he shows us the way to restore the oft-neglected Spirit to centrality in If there was one book that best presents a theological, scholarly, and charismatic view on the Holy Spirit, this is pf.
He answered, child, all the service thou hast done to Tash, I account as service done to me. Also an overemphasis on the Personhood of the Spirit seems to hint at a modalistic presentation which Vlark is criticizing.
InterVarsity Press- Religion – pages. Account Options Sign in. Quotes from Flame of Love: Taking his cue from the Scriptures Pinnock does not settle for such an impersonal concept and sees the Spirit as the person who enacts the communion of the Trinity as well as the overflow of that communion into creation.
Also, one thing that stands out in this book is his incorporation of the charismatic movement by locating the Pentecostal experience as central to Christian faith. A Theology of the Holy SpiritPinnock explores the identity of the Spirit within the Trinity and then in chapter two, on the power of the Spirit as the continuing presence of God in creation.
But I said, Yet I have been seeking Tash all my days.
His approach to theology is a breath of fresh air. But if you are expecting it to be primarily a Pentecostal treatise, you may be disappointed although it does have some excellent quotes in there. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign or.
Very much so, worth the read.
Flame of Love: A Theology of the Holy Spirit
Brenda rated it it was amazing May 08, Newer Post Older Post Home. I know, I know, he’s out there, many lovf him a “heretic” and I certainly don’t agree with a lot of what he has written, especially in the last decade and a half, but truly, have you read this book? Pinnock explores the pinnnock of the A Christianity Today Book of the Year In what may be regarded as his magnum opus, Clark Pinnock here turns attention to the vital Christian doctrine of the Holy Spirit.
As a matter of fact, one of the most central attributes of the Trinity is this self-effacing humility. How can the mainline churches assimilate the charismatic experiences charisms and their operation as Pinnock advocates, by overcoming the dichotomy between charisms that flow from liturgical actions from charisms that flow free of institutional structures?
Great for Evangelicals and easy to read.
I am not going to bother saying at the outset whether I now fully agree with everything I said then, but I have highlighted some key statements, and if flam read this and want to discuss the content further I will more than happy to take such things up there.
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Questions for Discussion 1. Here it is in its entirety, for those who may not have ever read the man, or who want a bit of a reminder of one of his theological contributions. The later chapters are a bit more detailed and more controversial. However, he would assert that God pf require faith and does not coerce this faith from people.
Did I enjoy the book?
This was still a very good book, even if some primarily Reformed will not like the later chapters.