The second edition of Ronger Stronstad's classic study The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke is much welcome.
Asserting that Luke was not merely a disinterested historian, Stronstad contends that he was a theologian in in his own write-a theologian who intended to convey an unmitigated message about the Holy Spirit, Namely, Stronstad believes, Luke intended to demonstrate that the fullness of the Spirit's activity in the life of believers is normative and ought to be sought out today.
Basing his arguments on the Lukan corpus, Stronstad made the first of what became later many compelling arguments that effected new inquiries into Pneumatology, and set the stage for the emergence of an entire generation of Pentecostal scholars.
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