Convergence: Spiritual Journeys of a Charismatic Calvinist
by Sam Storms
Convergence addresses the chasm that often appears between evangelical groups—the tension between adherence to the Word or the Spirit, the mind or affection, principle or passion. With the power of Scripture and the evidence from his own life experiences, author Sam Storms seeks to heal the breach between these false dichotomies, bringing together the written Word and theological reflection with the evangelistic zeal of the charismatic experience.
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- Addresses both Calvinistic theology and evangelical experience
- Brings together two seemingly separate views
- Draws from the author’s life experience
- Introduction—“What Hath Orlando to Do with Anaheim?”
- Part One: “My Spiritual Journey”
- A Prophetic Pilgrimage
- Stirrings of the Spirit
- Dreams, Visions, and Deliverance
- Angels, Anglicans, and Prophetic Poetry
- Part Two: “The Wedding of Word and Spirit”
- Bridging or Broadening the Chasm?
- Exploring the Divide (1)
- Exploring the Divide (2)
- Part Three: “He Is There and He’s Still Not Silent”
- God Still Speaks!
- But Is Anyone Listening?
- Peter and a Puritan on Passion and Principle
- Title: Convergence: Spiritual Journeys of a Charismatic Calvinist
- Author: Sam Storms
- Publisher: Enjoying God Ministries
- Publication Date: 2005
- Pages: 244
About Sam Storms
Sam Storms is the founder and president of Enjoying God Ministries in Kansas City, Missouri, and the lead pastor for preaching and vision at Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. From 2000 to 2004, he was visiting associate professor of theology at Wheaton College in Illinois. A graduate from the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Storms also received his PhD from the University of Texas, and he received his ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the author of 22 books including Historical Theology, Attributes of God, and How to Interpret the Bible—as well as numerous other materials.