The spirit in word and sacrament: reflections on potential contributions of eastern orthodoxy to the development of Pentecostal liturgical theology
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This article offers a constructive exploration of Eastern Orthodox liturgical pneumatology’s potential contributions toward the development of Pentecostal liturgical theology. It highlights two main themes: the organic continuity between word and sacrament as a proclaimed and ‘choreographed’, communally-enacted theology; and the catechetical significance of ‘visualized theology’ or ‘theology in images’ within the context of worship in the Spirit, constituting the life of the church as a continual Pentecost.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||Journal of Pentecostal Theology|
|Publication status||Published - 17 Feb 2020|
- Liturgical theology, Orthodox pneumatology, Word and sacrament, Liturgical pneumatology, Liturgical aesthetics