Charismatic Books on Spiritual Gifts

The following is a short catalog of books on spiritual gifts from the Charismatic Movement, from Walter Elwell’s Baker’s Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, “Charismatic Movement”. They are ranked by popularity…

1971 – Dennis and Rita Bennett, The Holy Spirit and You. Gainesville, FL: Bridge-Logos. #1 in Popularity.

1968 – Larry Christensen, Answering Your Questions About Speaking in Tongues. Bloomington, MN: Bethany House. #2 in Popularity.

1964 – Michael Harper, Power for the Body of Christ. London: Fountain Trust. #3 in Popularity.

1975 – Kilian McDonnell, ed., The Holy Spirit and Power: The Catholic Charismatic Renewal. Garden City, NY: Doubleday. #4 in Popularity.

1980 – J. Rodman Williams, The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today. Plainfield, NJ: Logos International. #5 in Popularity.

1970 – Steve Clark, Baptized in the Spirit and Spiritual Gifts: A Basic Explanation of the Key Concepts and Experiences of the Charismatic Renewal. Dove Publications. #6 in Popularity.

1975 – Cardinal Suenens, A New Pentecost? New York: The Seabury Press. #7 in Popularity.

1987 – Howard Ervin, Spirit Baptism. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson.

1972 – J. Rodman Williams, The Pentecostal Reality. Plainfield, NJ: Logos International.

1976 – Russell Spittler, ed., Perspectives on the New Pentecostalism. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker.

1990 – John Rea, The Holy Spirit in the Bible. Lake Mary, FL: Creation House.

1993 – Gary Greig and Kevin Springer, eds., The Kingdom and the Power. Ventura, CA: Regal Books. Very powerful collection of chapters and articles by Charismatic and Third Wave theologians. Good bibliography–contains some good Charismatic books.

1996 – J. Rodman Williams, Renewal Theology: Systematic Theology from a Charismatic Perspective. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

1999 – L. Thomas Holdcroft, The Holy Spirit: A Pentecostal Interpretation. Abbotsford, BC: CeeTeC Publishing. Contains a very thorough bibliography of Pentecostal and Charismatic books on the Holy Spirit and spiritual gifts.

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