This magnum opus from one of evangelicalism's most stimulating theologians. Pinnock's systematic theology examines the centrality of the Holy Spirit to the church's life and witness, and invites us to move beyond rationalism to recover "intimacy and immediacy" with God. A theological bridge of mainstream, evangelical, and charismatic thought. 280 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Review 1 for Flame Of Love
Date:March 22, 2013
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Review 2 for Flame Of Love
I found it very difficult putting the book down!
Date:October 1, 2011
My eyes are starting to open to more of the Holy Spirit from reading this book. I'm sure I've read most of the scripture Clark refers to concerning trinity, God's character, salvation, creation and the church etc., but he seems to take on the particular's with the whole of biblical revelation and church history in view. Very thought provoking, and his love for God and passion for truth are unmistakeable!
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Review 3 for Flame Of Love
Date:April 17, 2003
Pinnock's theology is on the fence post and crossing the line into the land of heresy (in my opinion) as he denies the sovereignty of God and even the foreknowledge of God (which the Bible CLEARLY teaches). Pinnock's theology defines one of the final "stepping stones" of man-centered theology which ends in humanism (a complete perversion of truth set forth by God's revelation to us... the Bible). We can all learn from the theological mistakes he makes, and is why it gets 1.5 stars instead of zero. Is Pinnock really evangelical?