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Institute for Pentecostal Theology

Interviews and discussion from the Institute for Pentecostal Theology at Regents Theological College.

Why it's good for church leaders to read theology and old books

What are the benefits of reading old books and theological books? • October 8, 2020 • Jenny Kimble, Jonathan Black, and Simo Frestadius

Pastors can be busy people. And when they do have a moment to read, there are plenty of brand new leadership books that are competing for our attention. But in this episode, Jenny Kimble, Jonathan Black, and Simo Frestadius talk about the benefits of reading old books and theological books. They even suggest a few books you might be interested in reading.

Pentecostal Rationality

Epistemology and Theological Hermeneutics in the Foursquare Tradition • September 4, 2020 • Simo Frestadius

Simo Frestadius answers a few questions about his new book, Pentecostal Rationality: Epistemology and Theological Hermeneutics in the Foursquare Tradition.

Pentecostalism and pestilence

Simo Frestadius and John Usher • July 30, 2020 • John Usher

How have Pentecostals responded to pestilence and plague in the past? Simo Frestadius (Co-Director of the Institute for Pentecostal Theology) interviews John Usher (Regent's Archival Research Fellow) who gives a historical perspective on Pentecostalism and Pestilence. Find out more about the Institute for Pentecostal Theology at Regents Theological College at https://www.regents-tc.ac.uk/research-centre

Worship without Singing

Simo Frestadius and Jonathan Black • July 17, 2020 • Jonathan Black

In light of the current pandemic situation, which means no singing in church in many places for the foreseeable future, Simo Frestadius and Jonathan Black talk about how we can worship without music, and draw some lessons from Pentecostals of the past. Find out more about the Institute for Pentecostal Theology at Regents Theological College at https://www.regents-tc.ac.uk/research-centre