Pentecostal Collection (5 vols.)
Logion Press, Gospel Publishing House, Logos Bible Software 1900–2007
In the Pentecostal Collection (5 vols.), author and theologian Stanley M. Horton provides solid Pentecostal perspectives on various topics, including the early church, biblical doctrine, and the Holy Spirit. Stanley M. Horton, a great contributor to the Pentecostal movement, challenges you to search and seek out a deeper understanding of the Christian faith.
Numerous Pentecostal educators contribute various views on Christian theology, introducing fresh insight into the doctrine and fundamental truths of the church. The Pentecostal Collection allows you to discover for yourself what the Bible says, and encourages you to be “prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15). This collection also includes two commentaries: one on 1 & 2 Corinthians and another on the Book of Acts.
Logos Bible Software significantly improves the value of any resource by enabling you to find what you are looking for instantly and efficiently. As you read through the Pentecostal Collection (5 vols.), you can easily search and access topics or Scripture references you come across, for example, "Holy Spirit" or "1 Corinthians 13." All Scripture references are linked directly to your preferred Bible translation, allowing you to immediately read the verse being cited.
In addition to the Pentecostal Collection (5 vols.), we have included the KJV as a bonus resource.
- Provides Pentecostal perspectives on various topics
- Includes numerous contributors
- Challenges you to seek a deeper understanding of the Bible and its doctrines
- Title: Pentecostal Collection
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 2,064
About Stanley M. Horton
Stanley M. Horton is a respected theologian who holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Harvard University, and Central Baptist Theological Seminary. He has dedicated years to teaching at Central Bible College and the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri, as well as classes at several international schools during his extensive travels. Horton has made a notable contribution to the Pentecostal movement through his prolific writings and editorial work on several books.