A New Kind of Pentecostalism is about advocating for dialogue between churches, denominations, cultures and even across world religions. Christianity is more than the interpretation of dogma, or reflection on the Holy Spirit and the scriptures. The person Jesus Christ makes the Church to be one, unites it into a single world community and makes it possible to transcend denominational differences.
Pentecostalism is on the verge of becoming something radically new. God is calling His Church to move toward maturity, to demonstrate institutional flexibility, to reveal the power of divine love to mankind, to live the credo of tolerance and care for the world. A New Kind of Pentecostalism promotes social justice and reformation within the Pentecostal movement. This book is about the change that is urgently necessary today.
About the Author
Samuel Lee is a Pentecostal pastor, evangelist, sociologist, human rights activist, author, and public speaker. He is known for his challenging message on reforming Pentecostalism and for advocating social justice for migrants. He has authored several books such as Soldier of the Cross, Blessed Migrants, Understanding Japan through the Eyes of Christian Faith and Rediscovering Japan, Reintroducing Christendom. Dr. Lee founded Foundation University, an online Christian school offering tuition-free education for those who, for economic, political, or religious reasons, are unable to enroll in a course of study elsewhere. Samuel and his wife, Sarah, live in the Netherlands and serve as pastors among the immigrant and refugee community in Amsterdam. For more on his life and work visit his personal weblog: www.samlee.org.