Southwestern Christian University professor Mark Culham recently had a book review published in PNEUMA: The Journal for Pentecostal Studies. Culham reviewed “Pentecost: This Story is Our Story,” by Robert P. Menzies.
The book is a modern interpretation of the Pentecostal experience.
In his review, Culham points out the author “has done a masterful job of laying out his case for the Pentecostal movement and its rightful place in the Church universal. For non-Pentecostals, this book would serve as a valuable and reasoned account of the Pentecostal movement. For Pentecostals, it would serve as an important affirmation of what they have already come to know.”
This is the second book review Culham has penned for PNEUMA. He reviewed Daniel Castello’s “Theological Theodicy” in 2013.
Culham is in his fourth year at SCU where he teaches philosophy, ethics and theology. He has a master’s degree in Theological Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary and a bachelor’s degree in Theology from Trinity College.
He is a member of the Evangelical Philosophical Society and the Society for Pentecostal Studies. A former pastor, Culham has held ministerial credentials with Open Bible Churches since 1991.
Accredited by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges, Southwestern Christian University is Christian liberal-arts University located in Bethany, Oklahoma. Since its founding in 1946, SCU has continued to focus on its primary mission of providing students a Christ-centered education, equipping them for a life of leadership, learning and service.
Posted on Wed, December 17, 2014
by Justin Tinder