Mission after Pentecost

The Witness of the Spirit from Genesis to Revelation

series: Mission in Global Community

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Bringing Pentecostal theology into the Bible and mission conversation, Amos Yong identifies the role of the divine spirit in God's mission to redeem the world. As he works through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, Yong emphasizes the global missiological imperative: "People of all nations reaching out to people of all nations." Sidebars include voices from around the globe who help the author put the biblical text into conversation with twenty-first-century questions, offering the church a fresh understanding of its mission and how to pursue it in the decades to come.

Contents

Series Preface
Introduction: On the Pneumatological and Missiological Interpretation of Scripture
Part 1: Divine Wind and the Old Testament: Ruahic Witness across Ancient Israel
1. Torah and the Missio Spiritus: The Winds of Creational Mission
2. The Spirits of Ancient Israel: Ambiguity in Mission
3. The Postexilic Ruah: Rewriting and Renewing Mission
4. The Breath of the (Writing) Prophets: Centripetal and Centrifugal Witness
Part 2: Divine Breath and the Christian Scriptures: Pneumatic Witness after Pentecost
5. The Witness of the Evangelistic Spirit: Gospel Mission
6. Pauline Testimony in the Spirit: Apostolic Mission
7. The Witness of the Eternal Spirit: Catholic Mission
8. Johannine Paraclete and Eschatological Spirit: Mission for and against the World
Concluding Late Modern "Prescript": Missio Spiritus--Triune Witness in a Post-Mission World
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The Author

  1. Amos Yong

    Amos Yong

    Amos Yong (PhD, Boston University) is dean of the School of Theology and the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is the author of numerous books, including Spirit of Love: A Trinitarian Theology of...

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