About Pentecostal Blogger?
Pentecostal Blogger started as a simple blog for Apostolic Pentecostal bible study. Recently, the scope of Pentecostal Blogger has changed, evolving from the blog to a complete Apostolic Pentecostal theology and apologetics website. I have included a timeline of historical events of interest to Pentecostal history. A forum is provided for discussion as well. Please feel free to browse and make any suggestions on the comments page. For more on the author, please see the About Me page. Have a blessed day!
Recent articles on Pentecostal blogger are listed below. For more articles, please choose a topic from the categories list on this page.
Pentecostal Blogger is founded upon three objectives:
Apostolic Doctrine: Pentecostal Blogger is built upon Apostolic Pentecostal doctrinedoctrineDoctrine comes from the Greek word meaning teaching.. What this means is that all theology is taught from a biblical perspective, disregarding church tradition if it does not align with the Word of God; which, is divinely inspired of God in sixty-six canonized books sometimes referred to as the Protestant bible.
Critical examination: We are exhorted to "prove all things". All of the material is therefore written to be as comprehensive as possible, while accurately conveying the meaning of the scriptures. The articles are designed to critically examine biblical subjects and provide alternative views within Apostolic Pentecostalism. The goal is to have a well written article while still making it readable to the general public. What I try to avoid is an article full of unexplained technical jargon. In general, most of the articles were written for an average high school reading level.
Useful: While the articles in the website were written to examine subjects in depth, the articles are not the only tool on the site. Discussion forums will help in teaching the subject matter and the bible commentary is provided to help explain the scriptures. The commentary was developed by my thoughts on the scriptures, except where cited, and with the hope of being useful to the new Christian.
Links & Categories
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External LinksStudies in Scripture
Gustason Home Site
Bible Buying Guide
Ancient Near Eastern Languages
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