Empowered Evangelicals: Bringing Together the Best of the Evangelical and Charismatic Worlds (2020)

Empowered Evangelicals: Bringing Together the Best of the Evangelical and Charismatic Worlds Rich Nathan Ken Wilson Empowered Evangelicals Bringing Together the Best of the Evangelical and Charismatic Worlds The biblical emphasis of the great Evangelical tradi tion and the spiritual vitality of the Pentecostal and Charismatic traditions insist the authors
  • Title: Empowered Evangelicals: Bringing Together the Best of the Evangelical and Charismatic Worlds
  • Author: Rich Nathan Ken Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780892839292
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
Empowered Evangelicals: Bringing Together the Best of the Evangelical and Charismatic Worlds Rich Nathan Ken Wilson The biblical emphasis of the great Evangelical tradi tion and the spiritual vitality of the Pentecostal and Charismatic traditions, insist the authors.
Empowered Evangelicals: Bringing Together the Best of the Evangelical and Charismatic Worlds Rich Nathan Ken Wilson

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One thought on “Empowered Evangelicals: Bringing Together the Best of the Evangelical and Charismatic Worlds

  1. Jason

    I read this book with the church staff Since my mind is in a completely different place than this book s intended audience, I wasn t stimulated much The writers try to balance the theology and practice of evangelicals and charismatics This would probably be a great book for someone wrestling with these types of questions.

  2. Gary B

    A very helpful book for where I am at at the moment It articulates a biblical and theological framework that supports or houses what I think I believe at the moment about evangelicalism and how it should be shaped by the Holy Spirit.I found Ken Wilson s chapters a little approachable than Rich s I also found the last chapter to be quite out of context with the rest of the book I m not sure where or why it came from.Overall the books paints some pictures in my mind as to how a church in an evang [...]

  3. Jonathan Dixon

    Great book that serves a variety of purposes 1 Establishes the concept of an Empowered Evangelical One who olds as solidly to the scriptures as your classic Presbyterian, but enjoys the spirit and walks in signs and wonders like your Charismatic groups.2 Unifies the churches Indirectly, this book greatly helps the different denominations understand one another It optimistically shows where we are all the same, and really only differ on minor definitions Though each denomination s emphasis shows [...]

  4. Tyler

    I wouldn t say the writing in this book is phenomenal or even as polished as it could be , but the concept is exactly what I needed to hear study right now And it definitely served that purpose So for anyone else trying to find the balance between the evangelical churches that seem to neglect the role and power of the Holy Spirit and a charismatic church that perhaps overemphasizes the role of the Holy Spirit, then maybe this is the right book for you.I should probably say about how it challen [...]

  5. Chris Schutte

    A very thoughtful and challenging book for those of us who come from a non , or even anti , charismatic evangelical background The rediscovery of the healing ministry and the supernatural realm fits perfectly with NT Wright s New Testament Theology NT Wright frequently speaks at Vineyard conferences , and, in this revised edition, the authors add a chapter on the importance of social justice and the environment My favorite quote fearlessness and radical obedience to Jesus are the qualities above [...]

  6. Sarah

    definitely a must read for american christians who are trying to navigate the spectrum between so called intellectual v spiritual churches services worship etc which may be of special interest to people involved in university fellowships or who have attended both charismatic and conservative Bible teaching churches

  7. Donald Barnett

    At the time I read this it was what I needed 1996 The concepts in this book are much needed in the evangelical world so that Evangelicals can stop ignoring or explaining away so many passages of Scripture, and Charismatics pay attention to the many passages of Scripture that they also ignore.

  8. Kristjan

    An excellent analysis of the needed balance between the Word and the Spirit, thinking and emotions, etc Some material is a bit dated, but this was the 1995 edition that I read I don t know if you can still get sermon series on cassette tapes.

  9. John

    This book was required reading for a ministry class It was written in 1995 and tries to find the common ground between evangelical and charismatic pentecostal orthopraxy.

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