Howard M. Ervin taught his now-famous Pneumatology course in each of his 40 years at Oral Roberts University. The course, GTHE 692: PNEUMATOLOGY, was the crown of his teaching career. It explored the exegetical basis and theological rationale for Pentecostal theology of the Holy Spirit, which he often illustrated with anecdotes from his ministry outside the classroom. This page contains the lectures from his final offering of the course, in the Fall of 2006. They were recorded by students Daniel D. Isgrigg and Ray Propst.

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Submissions from 2006

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - Acts 4, Howard M. Ervin

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - Critique of James Dunn, Howard M. Ervin

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - John's Pneumatology, Howard M. Ervin

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - Luke's Terms for the Pentecostal Experience, Howard M. Ervin

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - One Baptism - One Filling, Howard M. Ervin

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - Paul's Pentecost, Howard M. Ervin

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - The Samaritan Pentecost, Howard M. Ervin

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Pneumatology Lecture 2006 - The Theology of Luke and John, Howard M. Ervin