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Dr. Robert Houlihan
The following work researches the Missiology of the Apostle Paul, displayed in his mission’s practices in the book of Acts. This work also researches the mission practices of the Assemblies of God in order to discover their unique missiology. The key principles from these two parties are then compared in order to discover the similarities and differences. Since the argument is made that the recordings in the book of Acts of the working of the Apostle Paul are inspired by the Holy Spirit, the similarities between Paul’s practices and Assemblies of God practices are seen as strengths which need to be replicated. However, the disparities are seen as weakness which need to be assessed. This paper hopes to find these disparities and offer biblical solutions which call for the Kingdom of God to be established through the principles of the Holy Spirit.
Martin, Colbry H., "A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PAULINE MISSIOLOGY, ASSEMBLIES OF GOD MISSIOLOGY, AND CONCLUSIONS FOR TODAY" (2018). Selected Honors Theses. 97.