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Spirit, Pathos and Liberation

Toward an Hispanic Pentecostal Theology

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Spirit, Pathos and Liberation: Toward an Hispanic Pentecostal Theology by Samuel Solivan
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The growth of the Pentecostal movement is often most evident among the poor and disenfranchised of society, as, for example, among the Hispanic-American community. As this community continues to develop, will Pentecostal theology be able to incorporate into its hermeneutics those issues that especially concern it? Solivan looks at relevant issues to this debate from a Hispanic-American perspective, presenting an overview of Hispanic diversity, and its common roots and struggles. He talks of four critical issues in Hispanic theology (religious experience, suffering, the work of the Holy Spirit and the importance of language and culture) and other issues including acculturation and assimilation. He shows how a community's suffering and oppression can be transformed by the Holy Spirit into a liberating life, full of hope and promise.>

Author Biography

Samuel Solivan is Professor of Christian Theology at Andover Newton Theological School, Newton Centre, Massachusetts, and is Adjunct Professor at the Harvard School of Medicine, Mind Body Institute.
Release date NZ
November 1st, 1998
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Sheffield Academic Press
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