Amos Yong





Amos Yong

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Malaysia
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Amos Yong is the J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology and Director of the Ph.D. in Renewal Studies program at Regent University Divinity School in Virginia Beach, VA. He is the Co-editor of Pneuma, the journal of the Society of Pentecostal Studies.



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“The discussions of the prior generation, shaped by H. Richard Niebuhr’s Christ and Culture (see chapter three above), still presumed “gospel” and “culture” as two disparate and divergent categories and realities. An incarnational and pentecostal approach to culture realizes that while distinct, the gospel always comes through culture and that culture can—indeed, must!—be redeemed for the purposes of the gospel.”
Amos Yong, The Future of Evangelical Theology: Soundings from the Asian American Diaspora



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