To release the pressure, evangelicals must openly acknowledge the risks of belonging to this movement and seek to discover afresh what it is that holds us together. Read More >
Dale Coulter is an associate professor of historical theology at Regent University and co-editor of PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies. His research interests church history and the use of models in theological discourse. Coulter has been published in numerous journals and has authored two books -- Per Visibilia Ad Invisibilia: Theological Method in Richard of St. Victor (2006) and Holiness: The Beauty of Perfection (2004). In addition, he provided the afterword to Alan Kreider’s Social Holiness: A Way of Living for God’s Nation (2008). Coulter serves on the editorial Board of Victorine Texts in Translation and is co-editor of its first volume: Trinity and Creation. He is a regular contributor to Regent University's Renewal Dynamics blog.