Item description for Speaking in Tongues (Studies in Pentecostal and Charismatic Issues) (Studies in Pentecostal and Charismatic Issues) by Mark J. Cartledge...
Overview Fascinating new light on the gift of tongues from Christian theologians, historians, psychologists, sociologists, linguists, and philosophers.
Publishers Description Fascinating new light on the gift of tongues from Christian theologians, historians, psychologists, sociologists, linguists and philosophers. Christian scholars from diverse academic disciplines bring to bear the insights of their own specialist area to shed new light on the practice of speaking in tongues. The disciplines include New Testament Studies (Max Turner), Theology (Frank Macchia), History (Neil Hudson), Philosophy (James Smith), Linguistics (David Hilborn), Sociology (Margaret Poloma) and Psychology (William Kay). Mark Cartledge seeks to show how all of these perspectives can work together and enrich a Christian appreciation of the gift of tongues.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2006
Publisher AUTHENTIC UK
Series Studies In Pentecostal And Chari
ISBN 1842273779 ISBN13 9781842273777
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More About Mark J. Cartledge
Mark Cartledge, BA, MPhil, PhD (Wales) is Senior Lecturer in Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology at the University of Birmingham. Dr Cartledge has published numerous papers and books that provide some serious academic foundations to Pentecostalism including Encountering the Spirit: The Charismatic Tradition (Darton, Long and Todd), Practical Theology: Charismatic and Pentecostal Perspectives (Paternoster) and the forthcoming Testimony in the Spirit (Aldershot: Ashgate, Explorations in Pastoral, Practical and Empirical Theology series, 2010). Professor David Mills has a Personal Chair in the department of English Language and Literature at the University of Liverpool. His research interests are in the area of medieval English literature. He has co-edited the Chester Mystery Cycle for the Early English Text Society. His most recent monograph, Recycling the Cycle: The City of Chester and its Plays, was published by the University of Toronto Press (1999).