ANNOUNCING H-Pentecostalism: H-Net Network for Pentecostal History and Studies
ANNOUNCING H-Pentecostalism: H-Net Network for Pentecostal
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ABOUT I. The H-Pentecostalism Network: Scope, Content,
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H-Pentecostalism serves as an online forum for communication
and interaction among scholars regarding all aspects of
Pentecostal history. The network is comprised of individuals from a variety of fields associated with the Humanities, including but not limited to ethnic studies, gender studies, history, historical theology, religious studies, and various social sciences. It is intended for clergy, graduate students, librarians, independent scholars, professors, teachers, and undergraduate students with the sponsorship of a professor. It seeks to enhance discussion of methodology and historiography related to the study of Pentecostalism in both local and global contexts.
H-Pentecostalism also functions as a venue for teaching ideas/methods related to the topic of Pentecostalism. Importantly, the network is not to be used for proselytizing, witnessing, or arguing for one's personal religion. In other words, the forum is not a venue for explicitly theological debates animated by a desire to demonstrate the validity of one's personal religious convictions. Rather, H-Pentecostalism is dedicated to increasing an awareness of the influence and development of Pentecostalism in all its dimensions throughout its entire history.
H-Pentecostalism services include general dialogue, sharing of references, syllabi, and other materials, reviewing of relevant books, and journals.
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