Great Protestant Prophets of Church History (Bibliography)

RADICAL REFORMERS, REVIVALISTS, AND PENTECOSTALS

Jeff Doles’ Miracles and Manifestations (1550-2001)
Eddie Hyatt’s 2000 Years of Charismatic Christianity (1550-2001)
Yves Congar’s I Believe in the Holy Spirit (1550-2001)
Heribert Mühlen’s A Charismatic Theology (along with Congar, considered 2nd greatest pneumatology)
Stanley Burgess’ The Holy Spirit: Medieval Roman Catholic and Reformation Traditions, vol. 3 (1550-2001)
Alasdair Heron’s The Holy Spirit (A Brief 2000 Year Survey of Pneumatology)
Kilian McDonnell and George Montague’s Christian Initiation and Baptism in the Holy Spirit (1st-8th centuries; “charisms” or miraculous gifts; Catholic Charismatic)
James Arraj’s From St. John of the Cross to Us (1591-2001)—Catholic mystical theology
Vinson Synan’s The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition (1867-2001)
Holiness, Pentecostals, Charismatics, Third Wave
Bill Jackson’s The Quest for the Radical MiddleVineyard, IHOP, Toronto Airport
Julia Loren’s Shifting Shadows of Supernatural Power—Prophetic Movement

Based on Robert Culpepper’s Evaluating the Charismatic Movement, Chapter 2: “Historical Background”:


3. John Wesley (d. 1791; Methodist founder)—The Supernatural Occurrences
4. Charles Finney (d. 1875; evangelist, revivalist)—The Supernatural Occurrences
5. William J. Seymour (d. 1922; Pentecostal founder)—Vinson Synan’s William J. Seymour
6. John Wimber (d. 1997; Vineyard founder)—Carol Wimber’s The Way It Was

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