Indian Pentecostalism is one of the fastest growing Christian denominations in India and it has been making considerable impact upon the life of the poorest sections of Indian society, particularly to the most oppressed groups such as Dalits, tribals, lower castes and women, albeit intense opposition it faces from various quarters. Its growth can be seen in most parts of India and many researchers have identified that the movement's spiritual and social liberative power is actualised through its vibrant spirituality and mission activities. This liberative phenomenon happens through the activities of ordinary people who themselves are in the bottom rung of Indian society. This book delves into the mission methods and theological ideals of Indian Pentecostalism that liberate and empower people of India. Indian Pentecostal missiology and theology are Bible-centred, Christ-centric and Spirit-directed and above all, down to earth, practical and lead the poor and the oppressed into spiritual and social liberation.
1. Indian Pentecostalism
2. Formation of Indian Pentecostalism
3. Formative Factors of Indian Pentecostal Missiology and Theology
4. Indian Pentecostal Missiology
5. Indian Pentecostal Theology
6. The Word of God
7. The Person and Works of Christ
8. The Holy Spirit
9. The Salvation
10. The Church
11. The Last Things
Dr. Shaibu Abraham teaches Christian theology in Indian Bible College and Seminary, Kerala. He earned his PhD from the University of Birmingham, England and is the author of several books and articles. He lives in Kumbanad, Kerala with his wife Sheena.