Published in the USA in partnership with the Holy Spirit Research Center of Oral Roberts University, we are pleased to share with you the second edition of the Pentecost Journal of Theology and Mission (PJTM).
We are indeed delighted and encouraged by the enthusiastic uptake of our first issue, July 2016, on Pentecostalism, Migration and World Christianity. An aim of the PJTM is to provide a space for critical reflection on contemporary issues of theology and mission from Pentecostal perspectives that will have practical and transformative impact on the life of the individual, the church and society. The Editors have discovered that such a “space” does not exist without its creation, and the work of creation itself has to be intentionally and persistently attended to among the plethora of tasks and concerns that fill our diaries and our desks. However, we are convinced that the PJTM offers a meaningful and important contribution to theological reflection and therefore are committed to hold open a place for Pentecostal voices to be heard.
In conclusion, Pentecostalism and Christian Higher Education is a call that should be motivated and inspired by our love for the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, strength and mind that embraces our love for the neighbour. (Luke 10:27).
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Submissions from 2017
Pentecost Journal of Theology and Mission, Vol.2, No.1, August 2017, J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Kirsteen Kim, William Kay, Andrew Davies, Emmanuel Anim, Ruth Wall, and Amos Yong
Submissions from 2016
Pentecost Journal of Theology and Mission, Vol.1, No.1, July 2016, Opoku Onyinah, Emmanuel Anim, Dela Quampah, J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Samuel Fabunmi, Deji Ayegboyin, Frederick Gyamfi-Mensah, and Patrick Johnstone