A panel discussion that was part of “Spirit in the World: The Dynamics of Pentecostal Growth and Experience,” held October 6, 2006.
Presented by the John Templeton Foundation and the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture, this international symposium examines the global Pentecostal movement.
Moderator Arlene Sanchez-Walsh is associate professor and ministry department chair at Azusa Pacific University’s Graduate Division Haggard School of Theology.
Speaking on “The Role of Azusa Street in Pentecostalism’s Growth and Expansion” is Cecil M. Robeck Jr., professor of church history and ecumenics and director of Fuller Theological Seminary’s David J. DuPlessis Center for Christian Spirituality.
Speaking on “Pentecostalism as a Multi-Dimensional Global Movement” is Allan Anderson, professor of global Pentecostal studies, director of the Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies, and director of Taught Postgraduate Programmes at the University of Birmingham’s Graduate Institute for Theology & Religion.