From Pentecostal author and educator Stanley M. Horton, this collection provides outstanding content on Pentecostal biblical interpretation and doctrine backed by extensive research on the historical and theological development of Pentecostal beliefs.
Included in this collection:
Acts: A Logion Commentary The growth of the Pentecostal and charismatic movements has directed new attention to the book of Acts. Combining careful research and practical experience, Horton takes an in-depth look at the story and characters of the Early Church as set forth in the book of Acts. 464 pages with translation, outline, authorship and bibliography information included, as well as scripture reference and key word support through PC Study Bible.
I & II Corinthians In addition to a strong emphasis on edification of the church through spiritual gifts, Paul's letters to the church at Corinth deal directly with problems facing us today. Horton takes an in-depth look at the history, customs, word meanings, and contemporary application of Paul's writings to the Corinthian church. 272 pages with translation, outline, authorship and bibliography information, as well as scripture reference and key word support through PC Study Bible.
NOTE: These titles are also included in the 5-volume Pentecostal Library collection of works by Stanley M. Horton.