Amos Yong

Director of the Center for Missiological Research (CMR) and Professor of Theology and Mission School of Intercultural Studies

Contact Information
626-584-5206
Education
BA, Bethany College of the Assemblies of God, Santa Cruz, California
MA in Christian History and Thought, Western Evangelical Seminary, Portland, Oregon
MA in History, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon
PhD in Religious Studies and Theology, Boston University, Boston Massachusetts

Amos Yong came to Fuller Seminary in July 2014 from Regent University School of Divinity, where he taught for nine years, serving most recently as J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology and dean. Prior to that he was on the faculty at Bethel University in St. Paul, Bethany College of the Assemblies of God, and served as a pastor and worked in Social and Health Services in Vancouver, Washington.

Yong’s scholarship has been foundational in Pentecostal theology, interacting with both traditional theological traditions and contemporary contextual theologies—dealing with such themes as the theologies of Christian-Buddhist dialogue, of disability, of hospitality, and of the mission of God. He has authored or edited over 30 volumes. Among the most recent are The Future of Evangelical Theology: Soundings from the Asian American Diaspora (IVP Academic, 2014); Renewing Christian Theology: Systematics for a Global Christianity, with Jonathan A. Anderson (Baylor University Press, 2014); Interdisciplinary and Religio-Cultural Discourses on a Spirit-Filled World: Loosing the Spirits, coedited with Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen and Kirsteen Kim (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013); Pneumatology and the Christian-Buddhist Dialogue: Does the Spirit Blow through the Middle Way? Studies in Systematic Theology 11 (Brill, 2012); The Cosmic Breath: Spirit and Nature in the Christianity-Buddhism-Science Trialogue, Philosophical Studies in Science & Religion 4 (Brill, 2012); and Spirit of Love: A Trinitarian Theology of Grace (Baylor University Press, 2012). He has also authored 175 (and counting) scholarly articles in a wide range of peer-reviewed journals, edited book collections, and other venues. Dr. Yong is past president of the Society for Pentecostal Studies.

Courses Taught

  • MT501: Doing Theology in Global Contexts
  • MT544: Disability and Mission

Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching

Global Pentecostalism, theology and science, theology of mission, political theology, systematic and constructive theology, theology and disability, comparative theology, theology of religions, interfaith encounter/dialogue, Buddhist-Christian dialogue

Publications

Monographs

  • The Missiological Spirit: Christian Mission Theology for the Third Millennium Global Context (Eugene, Ore.: Cascade Books, 2014) [Paper ISBN 9781625646705].
  • The Dialogical Spirit: Christian Reason and Theological Method for the Third Millennium (Eugene, Ore.: Cascade Books, 2014). xvi + 318 pp. [Paper ISBN 9781625645647].
  • The Future of Evangelical Theology: Soundings from the Asian American Diaspora (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2014). 257 pp. [Paper ISBN 9780830840601].
  • Renewing Christian Theology: Systematics for a Global Christianity, images and commentary by Jonathan A. Anderson (Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press, 2014). xxiv + 453 pp. [Paper ISBN 1602587618].
  • Pneumatology and the Christian-Buddhist Dialogue: Does the Spirit Blow through the Middle Way? Studies in Systematic Theology 11 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012). xx + 301 pp. [Hardcover ISBN 9004231177].
  • The Cosmic Breath: Spirit and Nature in the Christianity-Buddhism-Science Trialogue, Philosophical Studies in Science & Religion 4 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012). xv + 282 pp. [Hardcover ISBN 9004205130].
  • Spirit of Love: A Trinitarian Theology of Grace (Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press, 2012). xviii + 228 pp. [Paper ISBN 1602583269].
  • The Bible, Disability, and the Church: A New Vision of the People of God (Grand Rapids and Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, 2011). xiii + 161 pp. [Paper ISBN 0802866080].
  • The Spirit of Creation: Modern Science and Divine Action in the Pentecostal-Charismatic Imagination, Pentecostal Manifestos 4 (Grand Rapids and Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, 2011). xiv + 237 pp. [Paper ISBN 0802866127].
  • Who is the Holy Spirit? A Walk with the Apostles (Brewster, Mass.: Paraclete Press, 2011). xiv + 221 pp. [Paper ISBN 1557256355].
  • In the Days of Caesar: Pentecostalism and Political Theology—The Cadbury Lectures 2009, Sacra Doctrina: Christian Theology for a Postmodern Age series (Grand Rapids and Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, 2010). xx + 377 pp. [Paper ISBN 0802864062].
  • Hospitality and the Other: Pentecost, Christian Practices, and the Neighbor, Faith Meets Faith series (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2008). xvii + 169 pp. [Paper ISBN 1570757723].
  • Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late Modernity (Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press, 2007). xiii + 450 pp. [Paper ISBN 1602580065].
  • The Spirit Poured Out on All Flesh: Pentecostalism and the Possibility of Global Theology (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2005). 320pp. [Paper ISBN 0801027705].
  • Beyond the Impasse: Toward a Pneumatological Theology of Religions (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2003). 205pp. [Paper ISBN 0801026121].
  • Spirit-Word-Community: Theological Hermeneutics in Trinitarian Perspective, New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology and Biblical Studies Series (Burlington, Vt., and Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2002). xiii + 353 pp. [Hardback ISBN 0754605418] (Reprint: Eugene, Ore.: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2006). xiii + 353 pp. [Paper ISBN 1597525502].
  • Discerning the Spirit(s): A Pentecostal-Charismatic Contribution to Christian Theology of Religions, Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplement Series 20 (Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000). 392pp. [Paper ISBN 1841271330]

Edited Volumes

  • Editor, with Sarah J. Melcher and Mikeal C. Parsons, Disability and the Bible: A Commentary, Studies in Religion, Theology, and Disability (Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press, forthcoming). [Cloth ISBN 9781602586208; paper ISBN 9781602586215; electronic 9781602586222].
  • Editor, with Vinson Synan, Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements Past, Present, and Future, vol. IV: Europe and North America (Lake Mary, Fla.: Charisma House Publishers, anticipated 2016).
  • Editor, with Vinson Synan and J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements Past, Present, and Future, vol. III: Africa and Diaspora (Lake Mary, Fla.: Charisma House Publishers, anticipated 2016).
  • Editor, with Vinson Synan and Miguel Alvarez, Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements Past, Present, and Future, vol. II: Latin America (Lake Mary, Fla.: Charisma House Publishers, anticipated 2015).
  • Editor, with Vinson Synan, Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements Past, Present, and Future, vol. I: Asia and Oceania (Lake Mary, Fla.: Charisma House Publishers, 2015) [Paper ISBN 978-1-62998-688-3; e-book ISBN: 978-1-62998-689-0].
  • Editor, with Scott W. Sunquist, eds., The Gospel and Pluralism Today: Reassessing Lesslie Newbigin for the 21st Century, Missiological Engagements: Church, Theology and Culture in Global Contexts 1 (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2015) [Paper ISBN 978-0-8308-5094-5; digital ISBN 978-0-8308-9899-2].
  • Editor, with Nimi Wariboko, Paul Tillich and Pentecostal Theology: Spiritual Presence and Spiritual Power (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015) [Cloth ISBN 9780253018021; paper ISBN 9780253018083].
  • Editor, with Monique Ingalls, The Spirit of Praise: Music and Worship in Global Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity (University Park, Penn.: Penn State University Press, 2015) [Hardback ISBN 9780271066622].
  • Editor, with Chandler H. Im, Global Diasporas and Mission, Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series 23 (Oxford, UK: Regnum Books International, 2014). ix +288 pp. [Hardback ISBN 9781908355485].
  • Editor, with Cecil M. Robeck, Jr., The Cambridge Companion to Pentecostalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014) xiii + 340 pp. [Hardback ISBN 9781107007093; paperback ISBN 9780521188388].
  • Editor, with Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen and Kirsteen Kim, Interdisciplinary and Religio-Cultural Discourses on a Spirit-Filled World: Loosing the Spirits (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013). xii + 262 pp. [Hardback ISBN 9781137268983].
  • Editor, with Matthew T. Lee, Godly Love: Impediments and Possibilities (Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2012). xi + 233 pp. [Hardback ISBN 978-0-7391-6787-8, electronic ISBN 9780739167885].
  • Editor, with Matthew T. Lee, The Science and Theology of Godly Love (DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press, 2012). vi + 237 pp. [Cloth ISBN 9780875804491].
  • Editor, with Katherine Attanasi, Pentecostalism and Prosperity: The Socioeconomics of the Global Charismatic Movement, Christianities of the World 1 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012). xv + 261 pp. [Hardback ISBN 0230338283].
  • Editor, with Estrelda Alexander, Afro-Pentecostalism: Black Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity in History and Culture, Religion, Race, and Ethnicity Series (New York: New York University Press, 2011). x + 261 pp. [Cloth ISBN 9780814797310; paper ISBN 9780814797303].
  • Editor, with Clifton Clarke, Global Renewal, Religious Pluralism, and the Great Commission: Toward a Renewal Theology of Mission and Interreligious Encounter, Asbury Theological Seminary Series in World Christian Revitalization Movements in Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies 4 (Lexington, Ky.: Emeth Press, 2011). 181 pp. [Paper ISBN 0981958286].
  • Editor, with Barbara Brown Zikmund, Remembering Jamestown: Hard Questions about Christian Mission (Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick Publications, 2010). viii + 178 pp. [Paper ISBN 1608991969].
  • Editor, with James K. A. Smith, Science and the Spirit: A Pentecostal Engagement with the Sciences (Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2010). ix + 217 pp. [Cloth ISBN 0253355168, paper ISBN 0253222273].
  • Editor, The Spirit Renews the Face of the Earth: Pentecostal Forays in Science and Theology of Creation (Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick Publications, 2009). xxiii + 246 pp. [Paper ISBN 1606081969].
  • Editor, with Estrelda Alexander, Philip’s Daughters: Women in Pentecostal-Charismatic Leadership, Princeton Theological Monographs Series 104 (Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick Publications, 2009). viii + 251 pp. [Paper ISBN 1556358326].
  • Guest editor, “Pentecostalism, Science, and Creation: New Voices in the Theology-Science Conversation,” a collection of six articles in Zygon: Journal of Science and Religion 43:4 (2008): 875-989.
  • Editor, with Peter Heltzel, Theology in Global Context: Essays in Honor of Robert Cummings Neville (New York and London: T & T Clark, 2004). x + 408 pp. [Cloth ISBN 0567026906]. Endorsed by Christopher Morse.
  • Editor, Toward a Pneumatological Theology: Pentecostal and Ecumenical Perspectives on Ecclesiology, Soteriology and Theology of Mission, by Veli-Matti Karkkainen (Lanham, New York, and Oxford: University Press of America, 2002). xxi + 294 pp. [Paper ISBN 0761823891]
  • Assistant Copy-Editor, The Paideia Project: The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, 12 vols. (Bowling Green, Oh.: The Philosophy Documentation Center, 1999-2000).

Articles/Essays & Book Chapters

  • “Many Tongues, Many Buddhisms: Enlightened (?!) Christian Approaches at the Interreligious Crossroads,” in Abraham Velez, ed., Buddhist and Christian Responses to Religious Diversity (Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2016), forthcoming.
  • “World Christianity and Global Renewal Christianity: Treks, Trends, and Trajectories,” in Jonathan Y. Tan and Anh Tran, eds., World Christianity and Global Theologizing: Perspectives and Insight—Essays in Honor of Peter C. Phan (Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2016), forthcoming.
  • “The Spirit and Proclamation: A Pneumatological Theology of Preaching,” The Living Pulpit (April 2015) []; revised and expanded as “Proclamation and the Third Article: Toward a Pneumatology of Preaching,” in Myk Habets, ed., Third Article Theology: A Pneumatological Dogmatics (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2016), forthcoming.
  • With Timothy Lim T. N., “Acts 2 and Interreligious Engagement: Pentecostal and Evangelical Reflections,” in Or Rose, Homayra Ziad, and Jennifer Peace, eds., New Anthology (Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2016), forthcoming.
  • “Disability and Suffering? Pastoral and Practical Theological Considerations,” Journal of the Christian Research Institute on Disability 4:1 (2015): forthcoming; reprinted in Testamentum Imperium 5 (2016): forthcoming [http://www.preciousheart.net/ti/].
  • “Global Pentecostalisms Navigating the Public Square: Revitalizing Political Theology?” in Shaun Casey and Michael Kessler, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Political Theology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), forthcoming.
  • “Renewed and Always Renewing: Pentecostal Ecclesiologies,” in Paul Avis, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Ecclesiology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), forthcoming.
  • “Jesus, Pentecostalism, and the Encounter with (Religious) Others: Pentecostal Christology and (the Wider) Ecumenism in North America,” in Dale Coulter and Kenneth Archer, eds., North American Pentecostalism, Global Pentecostal & Charismatic Studies series (Leiden and Boston: Brill, forthcoming).
  • “The Missio Spiritus: Toward a Pneumatological Missiology of Creation,” in John Kaoma, John Hart, and Rodney Petersen, eds., Ecology and Mission, Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series (Oxford, UK: Regnum Books International, 2016), forthcoming.
  • “Toward a Trinitarian Theology of Religions: A Pentecostal-Evangelical and Missiological Elaboration,” International Bulletin of Missionary Research, forthcoming.
  • “Children and the Promise of the Spirit: Pneumatology and the Quest for Child Theology,” in Marcia Bunge, ed., Child Theologies: Themes and Perspectives from World Christianity (Grand Rapids and Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, forthcoming).
  • “Chinese Christianity and Higher Education: A Review Essay,” in Christian Higher Education, forthcoming.
  • “God, Christ, Spirit: Christian Pluralism and Evangelical Mission in the 21st Century,” in Armin Triebel, ed., Roswith Gerloff— Auf Grenzen: Ein Leben im Dazwischen von Kulturen / On the Border: Living between Cultures (Berlin: Weissensee-Verlag, 2015).
  • “I Believe in the Holy Spirit: From the Ends of the Earth to the Ends of Time,” in K. K. Yeo, Steven Pardue, and Gene L. Green, eds., The Holy Spirit, Majority World Theology 3 (Grand Rapids and Cambridge, UK: Eerdmans, 2015).
  • “Global Pentecostalism: Implications for Theology and Missiology in the 21st Century,” part I: “Global Pentecostalism and Christian Theological Method: Toward a Pneumatological Imagination for 21st Century,” and part II: “Global Pentecostalism and Christian Mission Theology: Toward a Pneumato-Missiological Praxis for the 21st Century,” both in Trinity Seminary Review, forthcoming.
  • “The Mandate of Asian American Evangelical Theology,” Evangelical Review of Theology (2015): forthcoming.
  • “The Spirit of an Evolving Creation: Surmisings of a Pentecostal Theologian,” in Kathryn Applegate and James B. Stump, eds., Evolving: Evangelical Reflect on Evolution (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2015).
  • “Beyond Ableism: Disability and the Renewal of Theological Education,” in Myk Habets and Andrew Picard, eds., Theology and the Experience of Disability: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Voices Down Under (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2016), forthcoming.
  • “Why is the ‘Correlation’ between Pentecostal Theology and Paul Tillich Important, and Who Cares?” in Amos Yong and Nimi Wariboko, eds., Paul Tillich and Pentecostal Theology: Spiritual Presence and Spiritual Power (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015), 1-16.
  • “Pluralism, Secularism, and Pentecost: Newbigin-ings for Missio Trinitatis in a New Century,” in Scott W. Sunquist and Amos Yong, eds., The Gospel and Pluralism Today: Reassessing Lesslie Newbigin for the 21st Century, Missiological Engagements: Church, Theology and Culture in Global Contexts 1 (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2015), 147-70.
  • “Disability, the Human Condition, and the Spirit of the Eschatological Long Run: Toward a Pneumatological Theology of Disability,” Mark’s Review: A Journal of Christian Thought and Opinion 232 (July 2015): 1-22. [Reprint of 2007 Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health article.]
  • “Primed for the Spirit: Creation, Redemption, and the Missio Spiritus,” Evangelical Journal 33:1 (2015): 1-10. [Reprint of 2011 International Review of Mission article.]
  • “Improvisation, Indigenization, and Inspiration: Theological Reflections on the Sound and Spirit of Global Renewal,” in Monique Ingalls and Amos Yong, eds., The Spirit of Praise: Music and Worship in Global Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity (University Park, Penn.: Penn State University Press, 2015), 279-88.
  • “The Many Tongues of Asian and Oceanian Pentecostalisms: An Introduction and Some Theological Prognostications,” in Vinson H. Synan and Amos Yong, eds., Global Renewal Christianity: The Past, Present, and Future of Spirit-Empowered Movements, vol. 1: Asia and Oceania (Lake Mary, Fla.: Charisma House, 2015), xxv-xxxix and 392-98.
  • Creator Spiritus and the Spirit of Christ: Toward a Trinitarian Theology of Creation,” in Jeffrey Barbeau and Beth Jones, eds., The Work of the Holy Spirit (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2015), 168-82.
  • “Evangelicals, Pentecostals, and Charismatics: A Difficult Relationship or Promising Convergence?” Fuller magazine, issue 2 (2015): 56-59.
  • “Christological Constants in Shifting Contexts: Jesus Christ, Prophetic Dialogue, and the Missio Spiritus in a Pluralistic World,” in Stephen B. Bevans and Cathy Ross, eds., Mission on the Road to Emmaus: Constants, Contexts, and Prophetic Dialogue (London: SCM Press, and Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2015), 19-33.
  • “Beyond the Evangelical-Ecumenical Divide for Theological Education in the 21st Century: A Pentecostal Assist,” Theological Education 49:1 (2014): 87-102.
  • “The Spirit, the Body, and the Sacraments: Pentecostal-Catholic Dialogue and the ‘Pneumatological-Sacramental’ Imagination,” in S. David Moore and James Henderson, eds., Festschrift for Vinson Synan (Cleveland, Tenn.: CPT Press, 2014).
  • “The Im/Migrant Spirit: De/Constructing a Pentecostal Theology of Migration,” in Peter C. Phan and Elaine Padilla, eds., Theology and Migration in World Christianity: Contextual Perspectives, vol. 2: Theology of Migration in the Abrahamic Religions, Christianities of the World 2 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), 133-51.
  • “Incarnation, Pentecost, and Virtual Spiritual Formation: Renewing Theological Education in Global Context,” in Teresa Chai, ed., A Theology of the Spirit in Doctrine and Demonstration: Essays in Honor of Wonsuk and Julie Ma (Baguio City: Asia Pacific Theological Seminary Press, 2014), 27-38.
  • “Notes toward an Evangelical Theology of Religions in an Interfaith World,” Catalyst: Contemporary Evangelical Perspectives for United Methodist Seminarians (October 2014).
  • “Missiology and Mission Theology in an Interfaith World: A (Humble) Manifesto,” Evangelical Interfaith Dialogue 5, no. 2 (Fall 2014): 4-6.
  • “From Every Tribe, Language, People, and Nation: Diaspora, Hybridity, and the Coming Reign of God,” in Chandler H. Im and Amos Yong, eds., Global Diasporas and Mission, Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series 23 (Oxford, UK: Regnum Books International, 2014), 253-61.
  • “The Holy Spirit and the Christian University: The Renewal of Evangelical Higher Education,” in Gregg ten Elshoff, Thomas Crisp, and Steve L. Porter, eds., Christian Scholarship in the Twenty-First Century: Prospects and Perils (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014), 163-80.
  • With Cecil M. Robeck, Jr., “Global Pentecostalism: An Introduction to an Introduction,” in Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. and Amos Yong, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Pentecostalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), 1-10.
  • “Instead of a Conclusion: A Theologian’s Interdisciplinary Musings on Global Pentecostalism and Its Scholarship,” in Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. and Amos Yong, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Pentecostalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), 313-20.
  • With Christian T. Collins Winn, “The Apocalypse of Colonialism, Colonialism as Apocalyptic Mission; Or, Notes towards a Postcolonial Eschatology,” in Kay Higuera Smith, Jayachitra Lallitha, and L. Daniel Hawk, eds., Evangelical Postcolonial Conversations: Global Awakenings in Theology and Praxis (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2014), 139-51.
  • With Jonathan A. Anderson, “Painting Pentecost: The Spirit-Filled Painting of Sawai Chinnawong,” Christian Century (28 May 2014): 30-33.
  • “Running the (Special) Race: New (Pauline) Perspectives on Theology of Sport,” in Nick J. Watson, ed., special issue of Journal of Disability and Religion 18:2 (2014): 209-25; reprinted in Nick J. Watson and Andrew Parker, Sports, Religion, and Disability (New York: Routledge/Guilford Press, 2014), 42-58.
  • Disability in the Christian Tradition: An Overview and Historiographical Reflection,” Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health 17:3 (2013): 236-43.
  • “What Spirit(s), Which Public(s)? The Pneumatologies of Global Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity,” International Journal of Public Theology 7 (2013): 241-59.
  • “Introduction—On Binding, and Loosing, the Spirits: Navigating and Engaging a Spirit-Filled World,” in Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, Kirsteen Kim, and Amos Yong, eds., Interdisciplinary and Religio-Cultural Discourses on a Spirit-Filled World: Loosing the Spirits (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 1-12.
  • “Evangelical Paideia Overlooking the Pacific Rim: On the Opportunities and Challenges of Globalization for Christian Higher Education,” Christian Scholar’s Review 42:4 (2013): 393-409.
  • “Race and Racialization in a Post-Racist Evangelicalism: A View from Asian America,” in Anthony B. Bradley, ed., Aliens in the Promised Land: Why Minority Leadership Is Overlooked in White Christian Churches and Institutions (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing Company, 2013), 45-58 and 216-20.
  • “A Heart Strangely Warmed on the Middle Way? The Wesleyan Witness in a Pluralistic World,” Wesleyan Theological Journal 48:1 (2013): 7-26.
  • “The Virtues and Intellectual Disability: Explorations in the (Cognitive) Sciences of Moral Formation,” in James Van Slyke, Gregory R. Peterson, Kevin S. Reimer, Michael L. Spezio, and Warren S. Brown, eds., Theology and the Science of Moral Action: Virtue Ethics, Exemplarity, and Cognitive Neuroscience, Routledge Studies in Religion 21 (New York and London: Routledge, 2013), 191-208.
  • “Whence and Whither in Evangelical Higher Education? Dispatches from a Shifting Frontier,” Christian Scholar’s Review 42:2 (2013): 179-92.
  • “Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology” in Chad Meister and James Beilby, eds., The Routledge Companion to Modern Christian Thought (New York and London: Routledge, 2013), 636-46.
  • “Science and the (Super) Natural: Can Pentecostals Mediate any Conversation?” Australasian Pentecostal Studies 15:1 (2013): [http://webjournals.ac.edu.au/journals/aps/issue-15/].
  • “Asian American Historicity: The Problem and Promise of Evangelical Theology,” SANACS Journal [Society of Asian North American Christian Studies Journal] 4 (2012-2013): 29-48.
  • “Toward a Relational Apologetics in Global Context: A Review Essay on Benno van den Toren’s Christian Apologetics as Cross-Cultural Dialogue,” Philosophia Christi 14:2 (2012): 437-45.
  • “Guests of Religious Others: Theological Education in the Pluralistic World,” Theological Education 47:1 (2012): 75-83.
  • “Relational Theology and the Holy Spirit,” in Brint Montgomery, Thomas J. Oord, and Karen Strand Winslow, eds., Relational Theology: A Contemporary Introduction (San Diego: Point Loma Press; Eugene, Ore.: Wipf & Stock, 2012), 18-20.
  • “Observation-Participation-Subjuctivation: Methodological Play and Meaning-Making in the Study of Religion and Theological Studies,” Religious Studies and Theology 31:1 (2012): 17-40.
  • “Disability Theology of the Resurrection: Persisting Questions and Additional Considerations—A Response to Ryan Mullins,” Ars Disputandi: The Online Journal for Philosophy of Religion 12 (2012): 5-10 [http://www.arsdisputandi.org/].
  • “Glocalization and the Gift-Giving Spirit: Informality and Shalom beyond the Political Economy of Exchange,” Journal of Youngsan Theology 25 (2012): 7-29.
  • “Zacchaeus: Short and Un-Seen,” in Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics—Disability (Waco, Tex.: The Center for Christian Ethics at Baylor University, 2012), 11-17; available online at http://www.baylor.edu/christianethics/index.php?id=92614; reprinted in NCC Review (Nagpur, Maharashtra, India): forthcoming.
  • “The Spirit, Vocation, and the Life of the Mind: A Pentecostal Testimony,” in Steven M. Fettke and Robby Waddell, eds., Pentecostals in the Academy: Testimonies of Call (Cleveland, Tenn.: CPT Press, 2012), 203-20.
  • “Speaking in Scientific Tongues: Which Spirit/s, What Interpretations?” Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity 3:1 (2012): 130-39 [https://journal.twu.ca/index.php/CJPC/issue/view/7].
  • “Sanctification, Science, and the Spirit: Salvaging Holiness in the Late Modern World,” Wesleyan Theological Journal 47:2 (2012): 36-52.
  • “Francis X Clooney’s ‘Dual Religious Belonging’ and the Comparative Theological Enterprise: Engaging Hindu Traditions,” Dharma Deepika: A South Asian Journal of Missiological Research 16:1 (2012): 6-26.
  • “The Holy Spirit, the Middle Way, and the Religions: A Pentecostal Inquiry in a Pluralistic World,” in Evangelical Interfaith Dialogue 2:2 (Spring 2012): 4-15 and 25-26 [http://www.evangelicalinterfaith.com/], and New Life Theological Journal 2:1 (2012): 8-25.
  • “What’s Love Got to Do with It? The Sociology of Love and the Renewal of Modern Pentecostalism,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 21:1 (2012): 113-34.
  • “Informality, Illegality, and Improvisation: Theological Reflections on Money, Migration, and Ministry in Chinatown, NYC, and Beyond,” in Eleazar S. Fernandez, ed., New Overtures: Asian North American Theology in the 21st Century—Essays in Honor of Fumitaka Matsuoka (Upland, Calif.: Sopher Press, 2012), 248-68, originally published in the Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 3:2 (2012) [http://www.raceandreligion.com/JRER/Volume_3_%282012%29.html].
  • “Pentecostalism and Science: Challenges and Opportunities,” in David R. Bundrick and Steve Badger, eds., Proceedings of the Inaugural Faith and Science Conference, Springfield, Missouri, June 27-28, 2011 (Springfield, Mo.: Gospel Publishing House, 2012), 133-47.
  • “The Wide, Wide World of the Holy Spirit: A Rejoinder to Jack Levison,” Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association 32:1 (2012): 10-12.
  • “Conclusion,” in Matthew T. Lee and Amos Yong, eds., The Science and Theology of Godly Love (DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press, 2012), 217-32.
  • “Introduction: Godly Love—What It Is and Why Is There Not More of It Around? An Interdisciplinary Exploration,” in Matthew T. Lee and Amos Yong, eds., Godly Love: Impediments and Possibilities (Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2012), 1-19.
  • “Asian American Evangelical Theology,” in Jeffrey Greenman and Gene L. Green, eds., Global Theology in Evangelical Perspective: Exploring the Contextual Nature of Theology and Mission (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2012), 195-209.
  • “A Typology of Prosperity Theology: A Religious Economy of Global Renewal or a Renewal Economics?” in Amos Yong and Katherine Attanasi, Pentecostalism and Prosperity: The Socioeconomics of the Global Charismatic Movement, Christianities of the World 1 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), 15-33.
  • “Sons and Daughters, Young and Old: Toward a Pentecostal Theology of the Family,” PentecoStudies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Research on the Pentecostal & Charismatic Movements 10:2 (2011): 147-73; translated into Swedish by Jan-Åke Alvarsson: “Söner och döttrar, unga och gamla: Mot en pentekostal familjeteologi,” in Jan-Åke Alvarsson, ed., Pentekostal barn- och familjeteologi: Rapport från ett forskningsprojekt på IPS 2011–2012, Forskningsrapport 4 (Uppsala: Institutet för Pentekostala Studier, 2012) 155-83.
  • “Primed for the Spirit: Creation, Redemption, and the Missio Spiritus,” International Review of Mission 100:2 (November 2011): 355-66.
  • “On Doing Theology and Buddhology: A Spectrum of Christian Proposals,” Buddhist-Christian Studies 31 (2011): 103-18.
  • “Ignorance, Knowledge, and Omniscience: At and Beyond the Limits of Faith and Reason after Shinran,” Buddhist-Christian Studies 31 (2011): 201-10.
  • “Disability from the Margins to the Center: Hospitality and Inclusion in the Church,” Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health 15:4 (2011): 339-50; reprinted in Bert Roebben and Katharina Kammeyer, eds., Inclusive Religious Education: International Perspectives, Dortmunder Beiträge zu Theologie und Religionspädagogik 12 (Münster: LIT Verlag, 2014), 47-61.
  • “Disability,” in Glen G. Scorgie, ed., Zondervan Dictionary of Christian Spirituality (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2011), 403-404.
  • “The Emerging Field of World Christianity: A Renewal Reading of the Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity,” The Journal of World Christianity 4:1 (2011): 27-43 [http://www.journalofworldchristianity.org/index.php/jowc/issue/view/13/showToc].
  • “The Spirit of Science: Are Pentecostals Ready to Engage the Discussion?” Cyberjournal for Pentecostal/ Charismatic Research 20 (April 2011) [http://pctii.org/cyberj/cyber20.html].
  • With Estrelda Y. Alexander, “Introduction: Black Tongues of Fire—Afro-Pentecostalism’s Shifting Strategies and Changing Discourses,” in Estrelda Alexander and Amos Yong, eds., Afro-Pentecostalism: Black Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity in History and Culture (New York: New York University Press, 2011), 1-18.
  • “Reading Scripture and Nature: Pentecostal Hermeneutics and Their Implications for the Contemporary Evangelical Theology and Science Conversation,” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 53:1 (2011): 1-13.
  • “Finding the Holy Spirit at the Christian University: Renewal and the Future of Higher Education in the Pentecostal-Charismatic Tradition,” in Vinson Synan, ed., Spirit-Empowered Christianity in the 21st Century: Insights, Analyses, and Future Trends (Lake Mary, Fla.: Charisma House, 2011), 455-76 and 577-87.
  • “Conclusion—From Demonization to Kin-domization: The Witness of the Spirit and the Renewal of Missions in a Pluralistic World,” in Amos Yong and Clifton Clarke, eds., Global Renewal, Religious Pluralism, and the Great Commission: Toward a Renewal Theology of Mission and Interreligious Encounter, Asbury Theological Seminary Series in World Christian Revitalization Movements in Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies 4 (Lexington, Ky.: Emeth Press, 2011), 157-74.
  • “Science and Religion: Introducing the Issues, Entering the Debates—A Review Essay,” Christian Scholar’s Review 40:2 (2011): 189-203.
  • “The Church and Mission Theology in a Post-Constantinian Era: Soundings from the Anglo-American Frontier,” in Akintunde E. Akinade, ed., A New Day: Essays on World Christianity in Honor of Lamin Sanneh (New York: Peter Lang, 2010), 49-61.
  • With John Sobert Sylvest, “Reasons and Values of the Heart in a Pluralistic World: Toward a Contemplative Phenomenology for Interreligious Dialogue,” Studies in Interreligious Dialogue 20:2 (2010): 170-93.
  • “Toward a Pneumatological Theology of Religions,” in David R. Brockman and Ruben L. F. Habito, eds., The Gospel among Religions: Christian Ministry, Theology, and Spirituality in a Multifaith World (Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 2010), 215-17.
  • “Charismatic and Pentecostal Movements in Asia,” in Daniel Patte, ed., Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 190-91.
  • With Tony Richie, “Missiology and the Interreligious Encounter,” in Allan Anderson, Michael Bergunder, André Droogers, and Cornelis van der Laan, eds., Studying Global Pentecostalism: Theories and Methods (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 2010), 245-67.
  • With Lewis Brogdon, “The Decline of African American Theology? A Critical Response to Thabiti Anyabwile,” Journal of Reformed Theology 4:2 (2010): 129-44.
  • With James K. A. Smith, “Introduction: Science and the Spirit—Questions and Possibilities in the Pentecostal Engagement with Science,” in Amos Yong and James K. A. Smith, eds., Science and the Spirit: A Pentecostal Engagement with the Sciences (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010), 1-11.
  • “How Does God Do What God Does? Pentecostal-Charismatic Perspectives on Divine Action in Dialogue with Modern Science,” in Amos Yong and James K. A. Smith, eds., Science and the Spirit: A Pentecostal Engagement with the Sciences (Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2010), 50-71.
  • “The Trans/formation of Dust: R. D. Hughes’ Pneumatological Theology of the Spiritual Life in Pentecostal Perspective,” Sewanee Theological Review 53:3 (2010): 345-58.
  • “Many Tongues, Many Practices: Pentecost and Theology of Mission at 2010,” in Ogbu U. Kalu, Edmund Kee-Fook Chia, and Peter Vethanayagamony, eds., Mission after Christendom: Emergent Themes in Contemporary Mission (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox Press, 2010), 43-58, 160-63.
  • “Conclusion: The Missiology of Jamestown: 1607-2007 and Beyond—Toward a Postcolonial Theology of Mission in North America,” in Amos Yong and Barbara Brown Zikmund, eds., Remembering Jamestown: Hard Questions about Christian Mission (Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick Publications, 2010), 157-67.
  • “Disability and the Gifts of the Spirit: Pentecost and the Renewal of the Church,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 19:1 (spring 2010): 76-93; reprinted in New Life Theological Journal 1:3 (2011): 12-33.
  • “Salvation, Society, and the Spirit: Pentecostal Contextualization and Political Theology from Cleveland to Birmingham, from Springfield to Seoul,” Pax Pneuma: The Journal of Pentecostals & Charismatics for Peace & Justice 5:2 (2009): 22-34; reprinted in Mun Hong Choi, ed., The Spirituality of Fourth Dimension and Social Salvation: Studies on Dr. Yonggi Cho’s Theology, Journal of Youngsan Theology Supplement Series 1 (Gunpo City, S. Korea: Hansei University Press, 2012), 163-88.
  • “From Azusa Street to the Bo Tree and Back: Strange Babblings and Interreligious Interpretations in the Pentecostal Encounter with Buddhism,” in Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, ed., The Spirit in the World: Emerging Pentecostal Theologies in Global Contexts (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009), 203-26.
  • “Many Tongues, Many Senses: Pentecost, the Body Politic, and the Redemption of Dis/Ability,” Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 31:2 (2009): 167-88.
  • “Disability and the Love of Wisdom: De-forming, Re-forming, and Per-forming Philosophy of Religion,” Ars Disputandi: The Online Journal for Philosophy of Religion 9 (2009): 54-71 [http://www.arsdisputandi.org/]; reprinted in Darla Schumm and Michael Stoltzfus, eds., Disability in Judaism, Christianity and Islam: Sacred Texts, Historical Traditions, and Social Analysis (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), 205-27, and a shorter version also appears in Evangelical Review of Theology 35:2 (2011): 160-76.
  • “Restoring, Reforming, Renewing: Accompaniments to The Cambridge Companion to Evangelical Theology,” Evangelical Review of Theology 33:2 (2009): 179-83.
  • “The Spirit at Work in the World: A Pentecostal-Charismatic Perspective on the Divine Action Project,” Theology & Science 7:2 (2009): 123-40.
  • “Poured Out on All Creation!? Searching for the Spirit in the Pentecostal Encounter with Science,” in Amos Yong, ed., The Spirit Renews the Face of the Earth: Pentecostal Forays into Science and Theology of Creation (Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick Press, 2009), xi-xxiii.
  • “‘The Light Shines in the Darkness’: Johannine Dualism and the Challenge of Christian Theology of Religions Today,” Journal of Religion 89:1 (2009): 31-56.
  • “Introduction: Pentecostalism, Science, and Creation: New Voices in the Theology-Science Conversation,” Zygon: Journal of Science and Religion 43:4 (2008): 875-77.
  • “Natural Laws and Divine Intervention in Theology and Science: What Difference Does Being Pentecostal or Charismatic Make?” Zygon: Journal of Science and Religion 43:4 (2008): 961-89.
  • “Between the Local and the Global: Autobiographical Reflections on the Emergence of the Global Theological Mind,” in Darren C. Marks, ed., Shaping a Global Theological Mind (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008), 187-94.
  • “Discernment, Discerning of Spirits,” in William Dyrness and Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, et al., eds., Global Dictionary of Theology (Downers Grove: Intervarsity Press, 2008), 232-35.
  • With Samuel Zalanga, “What Empire? Which Multitude? Pentecostalism and Social Liberation in North America and Sub-Saharan Africa,” in Bruce Ellis Benson and Peter Goodwin Heltzel, eds., Evangelicals and Empire: Christian Alternatives to the Political Status Quo (Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2008), 237-51.
  • “Mind and Life, Religion and Science: The Dalai Lama and the Buddhist-Christian-Science Trilogue,” Buddhist-Christian Studies 28 (2008): 43-63.
  • “Tibetan Buddhism Going Global? A Case Study of a Contemporary Buddhist Encounter with Science,” Journal of Global Buddhism 9 (2008) [http://www.globalbuddhism.org/].
  • “Guests, Hosts, and the Holy Ghost: Pneumatological Theology and Christian Practices in a World of Many Faiths,” in David H. Jensen, ed., Lord and Giver of Life: Perspectives on Constructive Pneumatology (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2008), 71-86.
  • “The Buddhist-Christian Encounter in the USA: Reflections on Christian Practices,” in Ulrich van der Heyden and Andreas Feldtkeller, eds., Border Crossings: Explorations of an Interdisciplinary Historian—Festschrift for Irving Hexham, Missionsgeschichtliches Archiv 12 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2008), 457-72; reprinted in Antonios Kireopoulos with Juliana Mecera, ed., Ecumenical Directions in the United States Today: Churches on a Theological Journey (New York and Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 2012), 357-79.
  • “The Inviting Spirit: Pentecostal Beliefs and Practices regarding the Religions Today,” in Steven Studebaker, ed., Defining Issues in Pentecostalism: Classical and Emergent (Eugene, Ore.: Wipf & Stock, 2008), 29-44.
  • “Divining ‘Divine Action’ in Theology-and-Science: A Review Essay,” Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 43:1 (2008): 191-200.
  • “Whither Asian American Evangelical Theology? What Asian? Which American? Whose Evangelion?” Evangelical Review of Theology 32:1 (2008): 22-37.
  • “Extending the Conversation: A Response to Fredrick L. Ware,” Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association 28:1 (2008): 84-93.
  • “The Spirit, Christian Practices, and the Religions: Theology of Religions in Pentecostal and Pneumatological Perspective,” Asbury Journal 62:2 (2007): 5-31; translated into French by Jacques Karepin: “L’Esprit, les pratiques missionnaires et la rencontre interreligieuse: La théologie des religions selon une perspective pentecĉtiste et pneumatologique,” Istina: Vers l’unité des chrétiens d’Orient et d’Occident 57:4 (2012): 411-33; shorter and revised version reprinted in Roswith Gerloff and Drea Fröchtling, eds., Dialogische Existenz: Die Religion und die Vielfalt moderner Gesellschaften [Living in Dialogue: Religious Beliefs and the Multiplicity of Modern Societies], Perspektivenwechsel Interkulturell 5 (Berlin: Weißensee Verlag, 2015), forthcoming.
  • “Culture” and “Syncretism,” in John Corrie, ed., Dictionary of Mission Theology: Evangelical Foundations (Nottingham, UK, and Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 2007), 82-87 and 373-76 respectively.
  • “Beyond the Liberal-Conservative Divide: An Appreciative Rejoinder to Allan Anderson,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 16:1 (2007): 103-11.
  • “The Future of Evangelical Theology: Asian and Asian American Interrogations,” The Asia Journal of Theology 21:2 (October 2007): 371-97. Reprinted by SANACS Journal [Society of Asian North American Christian Studies Journal] 1 (2009): 5-27.
  • “Trinh Thuan and the Intersection of Science and Buddhism: A Review Essay,” Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 42:3 (September 2007): 677-84.
  • “The Future of Asian Pentecostal Theology: An Asian American Assessment,” Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies 10:1 (2007): 22-41.
  • “Wesley and Fletcher—Dayton and Wood: Appreciating Wesleyan-Holiness Tongues, Essaying Pentecostal-Charismatic Interpretations,” in Christian T. Collins Winn, ed., From the Margins: A Celebration of the Theological Work of Donald W. Dayton (Eugene, Ore.: Pickwick Press, 2007), 179-90.
  • “Pentecostalism and the Theological Academy,” Theology Today 64:2 (2007): 244-50.
  • “God and the Evangelical Laboratory: Recent Conservative Protestant Thinking about Theology and Science,” Theology & Science 5:2 (2007): 203-21.
  • “Disability, the Human Condition, and the Spirit of the Eschatological Long Run: Toward a Pneumatological Theology of Disability,” Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health 11:1 (2007): 5-25.
  • “Radical, Reformed, and Pentecostal: Rethinking the Intersection of Post/Modernity and the Religions in Conversation with James K. A. Smith,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 15:2 (2007): 233-50.
  • “The Spirit of Hospitality: Pentecostal Perspectives toward a Performative Theology of the Interreligious Encounter,” Missiology: An International Review 35:1 (2007): 55-73.
  • “Poured Out on All Flesh: The Spirit, World Pentecostalism, and the Performance of Renewal Theology,” PentecoStudies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Research on the Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements 6:1 (2007): 16-46 [http://www.glopent.net/pentecostudies].
  • “Can We Get ‘Beyond the Paradigm’ in Christian Theology of Religions? A Response to Terry Muck,” Interpretation 61:1 (January 2007): 28-32.
  • Ruach, the Primordial Waters, and the Breath of Life: Emergence Theory and the Creation Narratives in Pneumatological Perspective,” in Michael Welker, ed., The Work of the Spirit: Pneumatology and Pentecostalism (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006), 183-204.
  • “Spirit, Mission, and the Religions: Toward a P(new)matological/Pentecostal Theology of Religions,” in Bob Brenneman, W. R. Brookman, and Nan Muhovich, eds., Java and Justice: Journeys in Pentecostal Missions Education (Minneapolis: North Central University Press, 2006), 91-111.
  • “The Church is Charismatic,” in William Madges and Michael J. Daley, eds., The Many Marks of the Church (Mystic, Conn.: Twenty-Third Publications, 2006), 85-89.
  • “Justice Deprived, Justice Demanded: Afropentecostalisms and the Task of World Pentecostal Theology Today,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 15:1 (2006): 127-47.
  • “Performing Global Pentecostal Theology: A Response to Wolfgang Vondey,” Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 28:2 (2006): 313-21.
  • “Ordinances and Sacraments,” in Stanley M. Burgess, ed., Encyclopedia of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity (New York: Routledge/Berkshire, 2006), 345-48.
  • “Asian American Religion: A Review Essay,” Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 9:3 (2006): 92-107.
  • “Whither Evangelical Theology? The Work of Veli-Matti Karkkainen as a Case Study of Contemporary Trajectories,” Evangelical Review of Theology 30:1 (2006): 60-85.
  • “The Spirit and Creation: Possibilities and Challenges for a Dialogue between Pentecostal Theology and the Sciences,” in Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association 25 (2005): 82-110.
  • “Discerning the Spirit(s) in the Natural World: Toward a Typology of ‘Spirit’ in the Theology and Science Conversation,” Theology & Science 3:3 (2005): 315-29.
  • “Academic Glossolalia? Pentecostal Scholarship, Multi-disciplinarity, and the Science-Religion Conversation,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 14:1 (2005): 61-80.
  • “A P(new)matological Paradigm for Christian Mission in a Religiously Plural World,” Missiology: An International Review 33:2 (2005): 175-91; reprinted in Paul Hedges and Alan Race, eds., Christian Approaches to Other Faiths: A Reader (London: SCM Press, 2009), 33-40.
  • “Christian and Buddhist Perspectives on Neuropsychology and the Human Person: Pneuma and Pratityasamutpada,” Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 40:1 (2005): 143-65.
  • “Significant Turns in Contemporary Theology of Religions,” Theology, News & Notes 52:1 (Winter 2005): 4-6 and 22.
  • “The Demonic in Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity and in the Religious Consciousness of Asia,” in Allan Anderson and Edmond Tang, eds., Asian and Pentecostal: The Charismatic Face of Christianity in Asia (London: Regnum International, and Baguio City, Philippines: Asia Pacific Theological Seminary Press, 2005), 93-127.
  • “From Quantum Mechanics to the Eucharistic Meal: John Polkinghorne’s Vision of Science and Theology,” Metanexus website (2005; reposted 1 September 2011) [http://www.metanexus.net/book-review/quantum-mechanics-eucharistic-meal-john-polkinghornes-bottom-vision-science-and-theology].
  • “Globalizing Christology: Anglo-American Perspectives in World Religious Context,” Religious Studies Review 30:4 (2004): 259-66.
  • “The Hermeneutical Trialectic: Notes toward Consensual Hermeneutic and Theological Method,” Heythrop Journal 45:1 (2004): 22-39.
  • “The Spirit Bears Witness: Pneumatology, Truth, and the Religions,” Scottish Journal of Theology 57:1 (2004): 14-38.
  • “Rapture,” in Hans J. Hillerbrand, ed., The Encyclopedia of Protestantism, 4 vols. (New York: Routledge, 2004), 3.1590-91.
  • With Peter Heltzel, “Robert Cummings Neville and Theology’s Global Future,” in Yong and Heltzel, eds., Theology in Global Context: Essays in Honor of Robert Cummings Neville (New York and London: T & T Clark, 2004), 29-42.
  • “Beyond Beyond the Impasse: Responding to Dale Irvin,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 12:2 (2004): 281-85.
  • “Spiritual Discernment: A Biblical-Theological Reconsideration,” in Wonsuk Ma and Robert P. Menzies, eds., The Spirit and Spirituality: Essays in Honour of Russell P. Spittler, Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplemental Series 24 (London and New York: T & T Clark, 2004), 83-104.
  • “‘The Spirit Hovers over the World’: Toward a Typology of ‘Spirit’ in the Religion and Science Dialogue,” Metanexus website (6 October 2004) [http://www.metanexus.net/essay/spirit-hovers-over-world].
  • “Spirit Possession, the Living, and the Dead: A Review Essay and Response from a Pentecostal Perspective,” in Dharma Deepika: A South Asian Journal of Missiological Research 8:2 (2004): 77-88.
  • “Looking Back, Leaping Ahead: A Short Review Essay on ‘The Complete Azusa Street Library’, Part I,” in Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 26:2 (2004): 400-405.
  • “The Holy Spirit and the World Religions: On the Christian Discernment of Spirit(s) ‘after’ Buddhism,” Buddhist-Christian Studies 24 (2004): 191-207.
  • With Paul Elbert, “Christianity, Pentecostalism: Issues in Science and Religion,” in J. Wentzel van Huysteen, gen. ed., Encyclopedia of Science and Religion, 2 vols. (New York: Macmillan Reference Library, 2003), I: 132-35.
  • “Technologies of Liberation: A Comparative Soteriology of Eastern Orthodoxy and Theravada Buddhism,” Dharma Deepika: A South Asian Journal of Missiological Research 7:1 (2003): 17-60.
  • “‘As the Spirit Gives Utterance...’: Pentecost, Intra-Christian Ecumenism, and the Wider Oekumene,” International Review of Mission 92:366 (July 2003): 299-314.
  • “Divine Knowledge and Relation to Time,” in Thomas Jay Oord, ed., Philosophy of Religion: Introductory Essays (Kansas City, Mo.: Beacon Hill Press/Nazarene Publishing House, 2003), 136-52.
  • With Frank D. Macchia, Ralph Del Colle and Dale T. Irvin, “Christ and Spirit: Dogma, Discernment and Dialogical Theology in a Religiously Plural World,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 12:1 (2003): 15-83.
  • “A Theology of the Third Article? Hegel and the Contemporary Enterprise in First Philosophy and First Theology,” in Stanley E. Porter and Anthony R. Cross, eds., Semper Reformandum: Studies in Honour of Clark H. Pinnock (Carlisle, UK: Paternoster Press, 2003), 208-31.
  • “The Marks of the Church: A Pentecostal Re-Reading,” Evangelical Review of Theology 26:1 (January 2002): 45-67.
  • “Going Where the Spirit Goes...: Engaging the Spirit(s) in J. C. Ma’s Pneumatological Missiology,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 10:2 (April 2002): 110-28.
  • Editor’s Introduction, “Pentecostalism and a Theology of the Third Article,” to Veli-Matti Karkkainen, Toward a Pneumatological Theology: Pentecostal and Ecumenical Perspectives on Ecclesiology, Soteriology and Theology of Mission (Lanham, Boston, and New York: University Press of America, 2002), xi-xviii.
  • “Divine Knowledge and Future Contingents: Weighing the Presuppositional Issues in the Contemporary Debate,” Evangelical Review of Theology 26:3 (2002): 240-64.
  • “In Search of Foundations: The Oeuvre of Donald L. Gelpi, S.J., and Its Significance for Pentecostal Theology and Philosophy,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 11:1 (2002): 3-26.
  • “The ‘Baptist Vision’ of James William McClendon, Jr.: A Wesleyan-Pentecostal Response,” Wesleyan Theological Journal 37:2 (Fall 2002): 32-57.
  • “The Word and the Spirit, or the Spirit and the Word? Exploring the Boundaries of Evangelicalism in Relationship to Modern Pentecostalism,” Trinity Journal 23NS:2 (2002): 235-52.
  • “Pentecostalism and Ecumenism: Past, Present, and Future,” The Pneuma Review, 5-part article. Part I, 4:1 (2001): 6-15; Part II, 4:2 (2001): 36-48; Part III, 4:3 (2001): 16-27; Part IV, 4:4 (2001): 50-57; Part V, 5:1 (2002): 29-38.
  • “Possibility and Actuality: The Doctrine of Creation and Its Implications for Divine Omniscience,” The Wesleyan Philosophical Society Online Journal 1:1 (2001) [http://david.snu.edu/~brint.f rs/wpsjnl/v1n1.htm].
  • “Discerning the Spirit(s) in the World of Religions: Toward a Pneumatological Theology of Religions,” in John G. Stackhouse, Jr., ed., No Other Gods Before Me? Evangelicals and the Challenge of World Religions (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 2001), 37-61; translated into German as “Geist(er)unterscheidung in der Welt der Religionen: Zu einer pneumatologischen Theologie der Religionen,” in Jörg Haustein and Giovanni Maltese, hg., Handbuch pfingstliche und charismatische Theologie (Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014), 464-90.
  • “Between Two Extremes: Balancing Word-Christianity and Spirit-Christianity (A Review Article),” The Pneuma Review 3:1 (Winter 2000): 78-83.
  • “The Demise of Foundationalism and the Retention of Truth: What Evangelicals Can Learn from C. S. Peirce,” Christian Scholar’s Review 29:3 (Spring 2000): 563-88.
  • “On Divine Presence and Divine Agency: Toward a Foundational Pneumatology,” Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies 3:2 (July 2000): 167-88.
  • “Whither Theological Inclusivism? The Development and Critique of an Evangelical Theology of Religions,” The Evangelical Quarterly 71:4 (October 1999): 327-48 [http://www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/eq/1999-4_327.pdf].
  • “To See or Not to See: A Review Essay of Michael Palmer’s Elements of a Christian Worldview,” Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 21:2 (Fall 1999): 305-27.
  • “‘Not Knowing Where the Spirit Blows…’: On Envisioning a Pentecostal-Charismatic Theology of Religions,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology 14 (April 1999): 81-112.
  • “The Truth of Tongues Speech: A Rejoinder to Frank Macchia,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology, Issue 13 (October 1998): 107-15.
  • “Tongues of Fire in the Pentecostal Imagination: The Truth of Glossolalia in Light of R. C. Neville’s Theory of Religious Symbolism,” Journal of Pentecostal Theology, Issue 12 (April 1998): 39-65.
  • “Whither Systematic Theology? A Systematician Chimes in on a Scandalous Conversation,” PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 20:1 (Spring 1998): 85-93.
  • “What Has Jerusalem to do with Nairobi, Lagos, Accra, or Rio? Religion and Theology in Africa and Afro-America (A Review Essay),” Koinonia: The Princeton Seminary Graduate Forum 10:2 (1998): 216-27.
  • “Personal Selfhood(?) and Human Experience in Whitehead’s Philosophy of Organism,” Paideia Project: Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy (1998) [http://www.bu.edu/wcp/MainPPer.htm].
  • “The Turn to Pneumatology in Christian Theology of Religions: Conduit or Detour?”, Journal of Ecumenical Studies 35:3-4 (1998): 437-54.
  • “Oneness and the Trinity: The Theological and Ecumenical Implications of ‘Creation Ex Nihilo’ for an Intra-Pentecostal Dispute,” PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 19:1 (Spring 1997): 81-107
  • “‘Tongues’, Theology, and the Social Sciences: A Pentecostal-Theological Reading of Geertz’s Interpretive Theory of Religion,” Cyberjournal for Pentecostal/ Charismatic Research 1 (January 1997) [http://pctii.org/cyberj/cyber1.html].

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