5 edition of The development of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Yoruba (African) indigenous Christian movement found in the catalog.
The development of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Yoruba (African) indigenous Christian movement
Caleb Oluremi Oladipo
Includes bibliographical references (p. -188) and index.
|Statement||Caleb Oluremi Oladipo.|
|Series||American university studies., v. 185|
|LC Classifications||BT30.A358 O53 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||94035601|
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In this book, Dr. Oladipo addresses questions about Christian dogma. The Development of the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Yoruba (African) it transcends the traditional western conception of the Holy Spirit. In this book, Dr. Oladipo shows that the essential categories of the Christian faith could be developed by using non-western religious metaphors and that Christianity is not inherently western.
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Development of Christian Doctrine. Some Historical Prolegomena. Jaroslav Pelikan and Hilary on the Holy Spirit demonstrate the interaction between the sacramental life of the Church and the intellectual work of the theologian that consistently marked the development of doctrine by the early Fathers.
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And there are three that bear witness in earth.”. See the important study by Caleb Oluremi Oladipo, The Development of the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Yoruba (African) Indigenous Christian Movement (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, ).
Google ScholarAuthor: Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen. The thought at Pr 4: 18, (“The path of the righteous ones is like the bright light that is getting lighter and lighter until the day is firmly established”) is usually construed to convey the idea of a progressive revelation of Scriptural truth under the direction of holy spirit, and a steadily growing understanding of fulfilled (and yet-to.
Greater emphasis on the person and works of the Holy Spirit started with the Pentecostal movement. The Pentecostal movement did influence the wider Christian community to re-examine the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. The New Testament teaches that the Holy Spirit is a person, a “he” (Jn.
) and not an “it” as some people think. ' Caleb Oluremi Oladipo, The Development of the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Yoruba (African) Indigenous Church Movement (New York: Peter Lang, ).
8 Ibid.,File Size: KB. The period from the nineteenth century to the present has been characterised by establishment and growth of the African strand of development of Christianity.
This phenomenon has given birth to indigenous Churches and prayer groups in Africa. These groups have not only taken root but they have proliferated and shown phenomenal growth particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa. These include some model prayer books with "holy names," the book of Psalms, candles, incense and palm-fronds.
(b) Emphasis on the 'Spiritual' As we have mentioned earlier (in chapter 1), several of the AICs prefer the term 'Spiritual Churches' - Ijo Emi (Yoruba) Sunsum Sore (Akan) Momo Sulemo (Ga) Ishoshi rerhi (Urhobo).Apart from giving an historical overview of the development of Nigerian Charismatic Christianity, Ojo also describes the main characteristics of current Nigerian Pentecostalism such as the preaching of the Word of God and the new birth of its members as nota ecclesiae,the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and Speaking in Tongues, Sanctification and.Dunn, James D.
G., Baptism in the Holy Spirit: A Re-examination of the New Testament Teaching on the Gift of the Spirit in Relation to Pentecostalism Today, SCM, Dunn, James D.
G., ‘ Baptism in the Spirit: A Response to Pentecostal Scholarship on Luke-Acts ’, JPT 3 (), 3–Cited by: