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A sociological study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism

Matthew T. Lee

A sociological study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism

the practice of godly love as benevolent service

by Matthew T. Lee

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Love -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,
  • Pentecostalism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMatthew T. Lee and Margaret M. Poloma ; with a foreword by Stephen G. Post.
    SeriesHors serie
    ContributionsPoloma, Margaret M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV4639 .L387 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23697257M
    ISBN 100773439021
    ISBN 109780773439023
    LC Control Number2009035157
    OCLC/WorldCa432981970

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[Matthew T Lee; Margaret M Poloma] -- This sociological study focuses on the Christian ""Great Commandment""--Loving and knowing God's love and then reaching out to love others. Empirical results challenge conventional. Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives; FAQ; Search.

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Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, vi + pp. $ (cloth), ISBN Reviewed by William Kay (Glyndŵr University) Published on H-Pentecostalism (May, ) Commissioned by Gene Mills (Florida State University).

Matthew T. Lee is Professor and Chair of Sociology at the University of is co-author, with Margaret Poloma, of A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism. Margaret M. Poloma is Research Professor of Sociology, University of Akron.

She is the author of Main Street Mystics, among other books/5(14). A sociological study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism book DISSERTATION CREATING HEAVEN ON EARTH: JIM BAKKER AND THE BIRTH OF A SUNBELT PENTECOSTALISM This dissertation traces the rise of Jim and Tammy Bakker and analyzes the birth and growth of prosperity theology in the United States of America.

It highlights how Jim and Tammy created a form of Pentecostalism that grew alongside and because of the. Matthew T. Lee is Professor and Chair of Sociology at the University of Akron.

He is co-author, with Margaret Poloma, of A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism. Margaret M. Poloma is Research Professor of Sociology, University of Akron. She is the author of Main Street Mystics, among other : Matthew T. Lee. Margaret M.

Poloma has 12 books on Goodreads with ratings. Margaret M. Poloma’s most popular book is Contemporary Sociological Theory. A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love As Benevolent Service, co-author with Matthew T.

Lee and Stephen G. Post, Edwin Mellen Press,ISBNISBN ; References. Beneath our culture's obsession with wealth and power, status and celebrity, millions of Americans are quietly engaged in a deeply religious struggle to free themselves from petty selfishness and to embrace a life of benevolence and g on an extensive random survey of 1, men and women across the United States, Matthew Lee, Margaret.

The Sociology of Godly Love and the Renewal of Modern Pentecostalism in Journal of Pentecostal Theology. Author: Amos Yong 1 Lee and Poloma A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism pp. A sociological study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism book 29 Lee and Poloma Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism pp.

; Cited by: 2. See Poloma and Hood, Blood and Fire, pp. ; Lee and Poloma, Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism, pp. ; and Poloma and Green, The Assemblies of Author: Amos Yong. Margaret Poloma, whose Assemblies of God at the Crossroads () is one of the foundational works in Christian sociology and in the sociological study of pentecostalism, has returned to her earlier work with a new book The Assemblies of God: Godly Love and the Revitalization of American Pentecostalism (John Green, co-author).

Poloma has been working with the. The “Godly love” study that anchored the larger FOL project was based on the “Great Commandment to love God and love neighbor as self.” 49 The researchers proposed that Godly love—the interaction between humanity and what is perceived as the divine—can be studied through figures known as exemplars: individuals who are supposed to be.

Midwest Book Review vol. 7, no Reviewed in Pneuma (). 5 Matthew T. Lee and Margaret M. Poloma. A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service The Spirit Factor and the Growth of Pentecostalism.” Pp. in Donald E. Miller, Richard Flory.

He is co-author, with Margaret Poloma, of A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism. Margaret M. Poloma is Research Professor of Sociology, University of Akron. She is the author of Main Street Mystics, among other : Joan Nienhuis.

Book Review: Matthew T. Lee and Margaret M. Poloma, A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love As Benevolent Service (Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, ). Reviewed by William Kay on H-Pentecostalism (May ).

Matthew T. Lee is the author of Heart of Religion ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 5 reviews, published ), The Science and Theology of Godly Love ( a /5. For more detail on “Godly Love,” see Matthew T. Lee and Margaret M. Poloma, A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service (Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, ); and Margaret M.

Poloma and Ralph W. Hood Jr., Blood and Fire: Godly Love in a Pentecostal Emerging Church (New York: New. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Margaret M Poloma books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism. Matthew T. Lee. 05 Nov. The global rise of Pentecostalism in the 20th Century is, arguably, one of the most significant developments in the history of the church.

In this groundbreaking study, Donald Dayton examines the Theological Roots of Pentecostalism as it grew out of Methodism, and early colonial, and post-colonial American revivals and grass-roots : Baker Books.

According to Sproul in The Mystery of the Holy Spirit () “Neo-Pentecostalism refers to a modification in teaching with respect to classical Pentecostal theology.

The “Neo-” or “New” Pentecostalism has a far broader base than merely being. Matthew T. Lee and Margaret M. Poloma, A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press,   A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love As Benevolent Service, co-author with Matthew T.

Lee and Stephen G. Post, Edwin Mellen Press,ISBNISBN ; Related Research Articles. Paper prepared for "Integrating Spirituality and Social Science" Session at the Southern Sociological Society Meetings in Atlanta, GA (April, ).

ONLINE Pentecostal Journals. A large collection of online articles on Pentecostalism exists at the web sites for the: Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies. Theological Distinctive Of The Pentecostal Movement Theology Religion Essay INTRODUCTION.

To exploit the distinctive of Pentecostal theology it is necessary to take as background the main teachings of Pentecostalism into account as derived from the Foursquare Gospel of McPherson as portrayed by Cox (in Dayton, ): "Jesus saves us according to John Matthew T.

Lee and Margaret M. Poloma, A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service, “Foreword” by Stephen G. Post (Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, ). Matthew T. Lee and Amos Yong, eds., The Science and Theology of Godly Love (DeKalb, IL.

Social Filters of Godly Love: A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in the Pentecostal Context. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press. Blood and fire: Godly love in Author: Mark Cartledge. See the data presented by Matthew T. Lee and Margaret M.

Poloma, A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service (Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press, ). Google ScholarCited by: 6.

Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service Lee, Matthew T. pages This sociological study focuses on the Christian “Great Commandment”—loving and knowing God’s love and then reaching out to love others.

Is it possible to live out Jesus' Great Commandment in our everyday lives. Ogden's handbook reveals that it's not only possiblebut crucialand shows you how to be changed by Christ into somebody who loves God and others absolutely.

Includes 12 weekly lessons with readings, inductive study, memory verses, and thought-provoking questions. pages, softcover from 5/5(1). CURRICULUM VITAE. Matthew T. Lee, Ph.D. Department of Sociology. University of Akron. A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service.

Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press. The Spirit Factor and the Growth of Pentecostalism.” Pp. in Donald E. Miller, Richard. The commandment to love is an order to do something; thus, we are to love others, serving them even if we do not feel like it.

Furthermore, if love for God and neighbor are the commandments upon which the Law and Prophets hang, we cannot somehow separate love from these stipulations and define love in a way that ignores God’s law. The Assemblies of God (AG), officially the World Assemblies of God Fellowship, is a group of over autonomous self-governing associated national groupings of churches which together form the world's largest Pentecostal denomination.

It is the fourth largest international Christian group of : George O. Wood (–). This article uses the recent work of sociologist Margaret M. Poloma to argue that developments in the sociology of Pentecostalism have the potential to revitalize a classical Pentecostal movement that can be otherwise understood as languishing.

In particular, the social scientific study of benevolent service in various segments of the Pentecostal movement.

Council Member of the North Central Sociological Association A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service.

Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press. Articles and Book Chapters Juan Xi, Matthew T. Lee, James Carter, and David Delgado. “Gender. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. The Great Commandment Principle by David Ferguson.

Inscribed by author on front free endpaper. First edition, first printing. Back panel of jacket has a crease at the top, otherwise book and jacket both in near fine condition. Not price clipped and not a remainder. “All Things Are Possible”: Towards a Sociological Explanation of Pentecostal Miracles and Healings Jo¨rg Stolz*† Observatoire des religions en Suisse, University of Lausanne Pentecostal miracles and healings have often been described and interpreted, but rarely explained in their sociological workings.

Pentecostalism is one of the fastest growing religions worldwide (MartinBurgess xiii) and one of its main attractions is miracles and healings.

In Pentecostal healing services, paralytics arise from their wheelchairs, stiff knees become flexible, cancerous ulcers disappear, and headaches vanish. Ferdinand Schenck’s sociological study views each of the Ten Commandments as “an authoritative statement of a fundamental principle of human nature.” Schenck seeks to reveal how the behavior and achievements of men through the centuries are marked by God’s law, testifying to our “divine origin.” Schenck explores how the glory of God and the nature of man is “set .They belong to a study of the theological history of the movement, not to a search for the theological roots of Pentecostalism." Therefore, no mention is made of William Durham as the one who, according to Edith Blumhofer, "provoked the first serious division in American Pentecostalism" in (from Chapter 9, pageof Reaching Beyond /5(16).The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Christianity.

Christianity – monotheistic religion centered on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as presented in the New Christian faith is essentially faith in Jesus as the Christ (or Messiah), the Son of God, the Savior, and, according to Trinitarianism, God the Son, part of the Trinity with.