Pentecostalism: The Good and the Bad

This excellent lecture and sermon on Pentecostalism by Mikey Lynch describes the key features of the Pentecostal and charismatic movements (modern and classic), and is honest about what is good and right about Pentecostalism while highlighting what is dangerous and wrong about some of its emphases and characteristics. Thinking generously and critically about the history and trends of this incredibly successful movement against the New Testament, Mikey is fair in explaining what is awesome about Pentecostalism while warning us to beware of what it can and does lead to: 

Mikey Lynch is (among much else) currently Campus Director of the University Fellowship of Christians at the University of Tasmania in Hobart, and leader of the church planting networks, The Vision 100 Network (TAS) and Geneva Push (Australia).


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