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Specialist In Pentecostalism

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Fuller Theological Seminary
135 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena , California 91182
United States

Company Description: Fuller Seminary is one of the largest multidenominational seminaries in the world, with nearly 5,000 students attending annually from 70 countries and more than 100...   more

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Mel Robeck, a specialist in ..., 17 Oct 2011 [cached]
Mel Robeck, a specialist in Pentecostalism at Fuller Theological Seminary, cautioned against concluding too much from the preachers at Perry's event. Robeck is a minister with the Assemblies of God, one of the largest Pentecostal groups, which posts a 13-page theological statement on its website explaining why the denomination does not believe in contemporary apostles and prophets.
Robeck viewed the prayer rally as standard GOP outreach to religious conservatives who form the core of the Republican Party and sees Wagner as repackaging old, marginal ideas to create a new movement.
"To see potential political leaders courting these people - what they're really doing is looking for the votes that they think these folks can deliver," Robeck said.
The Brendan Center - Weblog (Archives), 1 Aug 2004 [cached]
Or Mel Robeck, head of the David duPlessis Center and a professor at Fuller Seminary, who inspired me to continue my studies in early church history.
Contending for the Faith » Statement of Decision – The Judgment on The God-Men, 20 Feb 2006 [cached]
Melvin Robeck, Jr., Director of Academic Services of Fuller Seminary, formerly Director of Admissions, and the plaintiff
Sarah Palin and Pentecostalism: Some media coverage as theological pornography | Texas Faith Blog |, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
To get an answer for that one, I pinged Mel Robeck, professor of church history at Fuller Theological Seminary and author of the book The Azusa Street Mission and Revival, the story of the birth of modern Pentecostalism. He's also a member of the Assemblies of God, the same Pentecostal denomination that was Palin's spiritual home for many years.
Robeck just sent me (and a couple of other religion reporters) an e-mail despairing about some of the coverage Pentecostalism has had regarding Palin.
Robeck suggests that the caricature of his faith he finds in too much of the coverage these days is to the experience of Pentecostalism as pornography is to making love. I think he makes some valid points. Read Robeck's complaint at the jump.
Dr. Mel Robeck of ..., 13 Sept 2013 [cached]
Dr. Mel Robeck of Fuller Theological Seminary asked this important question in light of changes in global Christianity. Read his "Figel Address" given on February 4 at Catholic University. Figel Address...
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