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100 1  Creemers, Jelle. 
245 10 Theological dialogue with classical pentecostals :
       |bchallenges and opportunities /|cJelle Creemers. 
264  1 New York :|bBloomsbury T & T Clark US,|c2015. 
300    1 online resource. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Ecclesiological investigations ;|vvolume 23 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; 1 
       Introduction; Relevance; Objective; Sources; Part One 
       Classical Pentecostals in Ecumenical Dialogue; 2 An 
       Ecumenical Profile of Classical Pentecostalism; Classical 
       Pentecostalism and the 'range of Pentecostalisms'; Early 
       American Pentecostalism and ecumenism; Early 
       Pentecostalism as a conversionist movement; Early 
       Pentecostalism as a revivalist movement; Early 
       Pentecostalism as a restorationist movement; Crucial 
       episodes in Classical Pentecostal history; The internal 
       Oneness/Trinitarian debate; Classical Pentecostalism and 
505 8  Classical Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Renewal3 The 
       Intertwined Challenges of Representation and Reception; 
       Introduction; Classical Pentecostalism and the challenges 
       of representation and reception; Responsibilities in the 
       Pentecostal dialogue team; Free church ecclesiology and 
       the mentality of a movement; Description of the 
       characteristic; Responses to the challenges; Assessment of
       effects; Pentecostal critiques on ecumenism and the 
       IRCCPD; Description of the challenge; Responses to the 
       challenge; Assessment of effects; Classical Pentecostalism
       : theological demarcations. 
505 8  Description of the challengeResponses to the challenge; 
       Assessment of effects; From the United States to the ends 
       of the world: 'Non-theological' variety; Description of 
       the challenge; Responses to the challenge; Assessment of 
       effects; Conclusions; Part Two Ecumenical Dialogue with 
       Classical Pentecostals; 4 Dialogue Method in the IRCCPD: 
       The Hard Questions Method; Introduction; Preparatory 
       meetings; First preparatory meeting; Second preparatory 
       meeting; Preparatory Steering Committee meeting; Phase I; 
       Phase I: Dialogue process; Phase I, Session 2 (1973): 
       Analysis of the dialogue process. 
505 8  ConclusionsPhase II; Phase II: Dialogue process; Phase II,
       Session 2 (1979): Analysis of the dialogue process; 
       Conclusions; Phase III; Phase III: Dialogue process; Phase
       III, Session 2 (1986): Analysis of the dialogue process; 
       Conclusions; Phase IV; Phase IV: Dialogue process; Phase 
       IV, Session 2 (1991): Analysis of the dialogue process; 
       Conclusions; Phase V; Phase V: Dialogue process; Phase V, 
       Session 2 (1999): Analysis of the dialogue process; 
       Conclusions; Concluding reflections: Development of 
       dialogue method in the IRCCPD; Pentecostal preparations; 
       The dialogue week agenda. 
505 8  Papers, responses and discussionsThe hard questions 
       sessions; Towards an Agreed Account; Towards a Final 
       Report; 5 Theological Method in the IRCCPD: Experimenting 
       Together; Introduction; A priori considerations of 
       theological method in the IRCCPD; The 1970 preparatory 
       meeting; The 1971 preparatory meetings; Conclusion; 
       Theological method in Final Report I; Theological aims of 
       FR I; Theological sources in FR I; Theological approach of
       FR I; Theological method in Final Report II; Theological 
       aims of FR II; Theological sources in FR II; Theological 
       approach of FR II. 
520    The last two decades have witnessed the growing 
       participation in theological dialogues of non-
       institutional (free church) movements. This poses a 
       serious challenge to 21st century ecumenism, since 
       ecclesial realities and internal diversity of these 
       movements impede fruitful dialogue in the classical 
       manner. The present volume addresses fundamental aspects 
       of this challenge by a critical study of an exemplary case
       of such dialogues, the International Roman Catholic-
       Classical Pentecostal Dialogue (1972-2007). This unique 
       study builds both on primary archival sources and on 
       earlier research on th. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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610 20 Catholic Church|xRelations|xPentecostal churches. 
610 20 Catholic Church|xDoctrines. 
610 27 Catholic Church.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00531720 
650  0 Pentecostal churches|xRelations|xCatholic Church. 
650  0 Pentecostal churches|xDoctrines. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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       with classical pentecostals|z9780567656988|w(DLC)  
830  0 Ecclesiological investigations ;|vvolume 23. 
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