By Martin William Mittelstadt
During this first examine of its type, famous Pentecostal Lucan student Martin Mittelstadt has undertaken an intensive exam of Pentecostal scholarship with a watch towards assessing the impression of Luke-Acts upon it. starting with Azusa highway and carrying on with to the current Mittelstadt: 1) lines the emergence of Pentecostal scholarship within the educational market with many of the responses to the catalytic paintings of James D.G. Dunn, 2) examines the impact of Luke-Acts on narrative theology, missiology, therapeutic and exorcism, the position of girls, non secular formation, and Oneness theology, and three) identifies Pentecostal contributions within the zone of social ethics, peace-making, pain and persecution, ecumenism, globalization, and post-modernity. The paintings concludes with observations on percentages for destiny engagement and an in depth bibliography.