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Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research

Table of Contents #4

July 1998

Rev. Roli G. dela Cruz, Instructor in New Testament, Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Philippines, Luke's Application of Joel 2:28-32 in Peter's Sermon in Acts 2.

The final report from the Fourth Phase of the International Dialogue 1990-1997 between the Roman Catholic Church and some Classical Pentecostal Churches and Leaders.

Dr. David Bernard is the associate editor in the Editorial Division of the United Pentecostal Church International, the founder and pastor of New Life United Pentecostal Church of Austin, Texas, and a member of the Texas District Board. Book Review of E. Calvin Beisner, "Jesus Only" Churches (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1998).

Response to Dr. Wonsuk Ma's "Toward An Asian Pentecostal Theology" by Gabriel Reuben Louis. Mr. Louis is an M.Th. student at Union Biblical Seminary in Pune, India. This paper was read to the Conference of Pentecostal Theologians of May 23, 1998 at the New Life Bible College, Banglore, India. Dr. Ma's article was published in the inaugural issue of the Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research.

Dr. Luis Segreda, Ph.D. (Universidad Carloa III de Madrid, Espana), Costa Rica, submitted this report to the Seminario Biblico Latinamericano after participating in the Theological Stream of Brighton '91. The primary papers were published by Sheffield Academic Press under the title All Together In One Place, edited by Dr. Harold D. Hunter and Fr. Peter D. Hocken.  Those who need to translate Dr. Segreda's report from Spanish should consider programs like Globalink's Web Translator or your native browser.


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