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Springfield, Mo.—September 20, 2007—Check out three new resources from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS).

We’ve Come This Far: Reflections on the Pentecostal Tradition and Racial Reconciliation, edited by AGTS President Byron D. Klaus, is the second in the Encounter: Pentecostal Ministry Series published by AGTS. It is a critical reflection on the contributions of Martin Luther King Jr. and William J. Seymour, the early Pentecostal church leader, to the church and society. The book seeks to understand the religious and social aspect of the church’s moral leadership in society through the lens of their lives. (Order online or by calling 417-268-1055.)

The Essential J. Philip Hogan, edited by AGTS President Byron D. Klaus and Douglas P. Petersen and published by AGTS, is the first in the J. Philip Hogan World Missions Series. (Order at online or by calling 417-268-1055.)

J. Philip Hogan was a prolific writer, contributing hundreds of articles to a variety of publications during his 30-year tenure as executive director of the Division of Foreign Missions of the Assemblies of God (USA). The Essential J. Philip Hogan is an introductory collection of Hogan’s writings for those who wish to explore the legacy of this remarkable pioneer, leader, theologian and missiologist.

Él Nos Dio Apóstoles, the Spanish version of AGTS’s previously published He Gave Apostles: Apostolic Ministry in the 21st Century, edited by Edgar R. Lee, has been published by Vida, the Spanish division of Zondervan (order at He Gave Apostles discusses the advancement of the apostolic office within the Pentecostal-Charismatic Movement, which is being supported by some academic theologians and a growing body of popular-level writings from leaders who are eager to “jump-start” a lethargic North American church. Given the rising debate, AGTS believes that careful analysis is imperative to protect the unity of the church and the integrity of the ministry. (Order He Gave Apostles online or by calling 417-268-1055.)


Updated: Tuesday, October 16, 2007 4:28 PM


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