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Dr Mathew Clark

Director of Postgraduate Studies at Regents Theological College, Nantwich, Cheshire

BA, BD, D Th (Sys Theol), University of South Africa, D Th (NT) University of South Africa
Director of Postgraduate Studies at Regents Theological College, Nantwich, Cheshire
Formerly: Lecturer at the AFM (Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa) Theological College, Auckland Park, Johannesburg and Principal of a campus of the AFM, Durban
Areas: Socio-political implications of Pentecostalism’s theology and ethos; Pauline theology; NT Hermeneutics; cross-cultural teaching; contextualisation of the gospel and Christian theology in inter-cultural and inter-generational situations; Christian world- view in context of other world-views
Publications: The Pentecostal way: How Pentecostals interpret the Scriptures, in Why Christians disagree when they interpret the Bible, Cape Town: Struik Christian Books (ed. H. Wetmore), 2001. Editorial for Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies, 5/1, January 2002, pp.1-4. Pentecostalism’s Anabaptist roots: Hermeneutical implications, in The Spirit and spirituality: Essays in Honour of Russell P Spittler, Journal of Pentecostal Theology Supplementary Series 24 (eds W Ma and R P Menzies) London: T&T Clark, 2001. ‘Two contrasting models of missions in South Africa: The Apostolic Faith Mission and the Assemblies of God.’ In Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies 8/1, January 2005

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