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What are the names of the four historical groups whose theology developed away from correct biblical pneumatology as discussed in class?

1. Puritans
2. Wesleyans
3. Holiness Pentecostals
4. Pentecostals

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2. What did each of these groups believe the “second work” of the Spirit was supposedly after conversion and what distinctive did that include for each?
1. Group 1
1. Second work: _____________________ of ___________________________.

Puritans
Assurance of salvation

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2. What did each of these groups believe the “second work” of the Spirit was supposedly after conversion and what distinctive did that include for each?
2. Group 2
1. Second work: ____________________________; totally irradiated the ________ ___________________________.

Wesleyans
Sanctification; sin nature

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What did each of these groups believe the “second work” of the Spirit was supposedly after conversion and what distinctive did that include for each?
3. Group 3
1. Second work: __________________________ but evidenced by ____________________________.

Holiness Pentecostals
Sanctification; tongues

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What did each of these groups believe the “second work” of the Spirit was supposedly after conversion and what distinctive did that include for each?
4. Group 4
1. Second work: ____________________________ for ______________________.

Pentecostals
Empowerment for ministry

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3. How did the second group know they had received the so called “second work” of the Spirit and what did it supposedly eliminate?
1. An ______________________ _______________________ that showed you had eradicated the _______________________ ___________________________.

Arbitrary feeling; sin nature

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4. What was the different evidence for the third group as opposed to the second regarding evidence of the Spirit’s so called “second work”?
1. It was no longer an ______________________ _____________________ but was evidenced by ______________________.

Arbitrary feeling; tongues

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What did the fourth developing group stop practicing leaving the third group and how did that affect their pneumatology?
1. They left _____________________.
2. They no longer saw __________________________ as the second work so they said it was ______________________________ for ___________________.

1. Holiness
2. Sanctification; empowerment for ministry

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What does James Dunn mean by “conversion-initiation”?
1. __________________________ or ________________________ into the Kingdom of God.

Salvation or entrance

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What is the OT paradigm of salvation?

1. Presence of God was encountered
2. Call upon the name of the Lord

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What is the NT paradigm of salvation?

1. Having the name called over you
2. infilling of the Spirit

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What is the point of showing other places in the scripture that acts to establish our doctrine or pneumatology?

That being baptized and receiving the HG is more than just an Acts experience, but a whole Bible experience. It shows that the Apostles agreed. Shown by both John and Paul. Represents a unified Apostolic confession.

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How does Jn. 3:3-8 inform soteriology and pneumatology?

You have to be born of the water and of the Spirit in order to be saved. It's 2 parts of one thing.

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What is Jn. 3:5 a repetition and expansion of?

John 3:3

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What does Jesus show about the 2 components regarding water and spirit baptism in Jn 3:5?

It's 2 parts of one thing. They are both unmet and needed for entrance into the Kingdom of God.

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What does the Greek in Jn 3:5 clearly show (even according to Belleville)

There is a unity between "water-spirit" Both are unmet conditions

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How does Titus 3:5-6 inform soteriology and pneumatology?

Salvation: washing of regeneration (water baptism) and renewing of the HG (Spirit baptism)

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What is the importance of the "Law of first mention" regarding Acts 2 and every other passage in Acts?

It set the definition of every other experience that follows

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How does the language of Titus 3:5-6 echo the outpouring of the Spirit in Acts 2:33?

It says the same thing that Jesus the man was the means by which Acts 2 occurred

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What are the 3 big commonalities of Acts 8, 10, & 19 with what happened in Acts 2?

1. Baptism and reception were both a part of entrance into covenant
2. Reception of the Spirit is both expected and necessary
3. When the Spirit was given it was accompanied by speaking in tongues

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Must an author repeat him or herself again an again in the same writing? Explain.

No. Once you state it, it becomes implied in the rest of the text that that's what you're referring to.

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What 2 false claims does Acts 8 refute regarding Spirit baptism?

1. Baptism in the Spirit is after conversion
2. Converts at Samaria were only awaiting empowerment

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What are the 6 things that do not show you are saved?

Preach Christ / inspired preaching
Saw miracles
Cast out demons
Baptism
Great Joy
Belief

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What does Acts 11:17 show about the experience of the Gentiles in Acts 10?

They believe and acted in faith and God gave them the same gift He gave to the Jews in Acts 2

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What does Acts 10:47-48 show about salvation?

Baptism in Jesus name and the HG are the standard conversion experience. Its not enough to just speak with tongues.

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How do you know the disciples of John in Acts 19 were not filled with the Spirit and thus not saved?

Paul's question "have ye received the HG since you believed?"

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What does Paul assume is wrong with the disciples in Acts 19 resulting in their lack of being Spirit-filled?

Their Baptism

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What does Acts 19:6 affirm about the paradigm of Acts regarding salvation?

First Baptism in the name, then the infilling of the Spirit with tongues.

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When Dunn says Peter's invitation is a "paradigm" what does this mean?

IT is a change from one dispensation or epoch into another

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What does God tie together for covenant entrance according to John, Luke, and Paul?

Baptism in the name of Jesus and the infilling of the Spirit