This article demonstrates how the five-fold gospel paradigm in Pentecostal theology can provide Spirit-empowered graduate theology students with a framework for understanding key growth moments (or intellectual conversions) in the transformational learning process that takes place in scholarly research. This five-fold paradigm utilizes the spiritual transformation concepts of conversion, sanctification, empowerment, healing, and hope correspond to intellectual conversion moments in the lives of students who are changed by their research. These five key moments can be seen as a transformational tool that allows students to be intellectually transformed by the research process.
Isgrigg, Daniel D.
"Toward a Spirit-empowered Framework for Encouraging Intellectual Conversions in Doctoral Students,"
Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education: Vol. 13
, Article 5.