Christian Doctrine: A Pentecostal Perspective is a basic exposition of the Christian faith with an emphasis throughout on the vital role of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Christian and in the worship and ministry of the church. The term Pentecostal, as it is used in this work, means classical Pentecostalism which has its roots in the Wesleyan and Holiness movements and teaches that subsequent to conversion the believer should be baptized in the Holy Spirit, and that the initial evidence of this experience is speaking with other tongues as the Holy Spirit gives the utterance. Volume three deals with the following doctrines: the Holy Spirit, the Church, and the Last Things.
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