Interview with Amos Yong

From Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews

Scholar and Pentecostal theologian, Amos Yong, gives a brief overview and commentary of Pentecostalism throughout church history. He examines the denomination's distinctives, its mentalities, and its rise out of the anti-intellectualism it resided in for so long. Yong also elaborates on his own academic and personal experience in the study of human disability.

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  • Amos Yong  

    • J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology / Director of Doctor of Philosophy Program, Regent University School of Divinity

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    1. Interview with Amos Yong

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