Egyptian Pentecostalism: When Cyclones of Divine Power Invaded the Ancient Land

Our featured publication for February is Egyptian Pentecostalism: When Cyclones of Divine Power Invaded the Ancient Land by Tharwat Maher Nagib Adly Nagib (Leader Studies). Tharwat has served Copts, Methodists, Presbyterians, and Pentecostals. This diverse experience equips him to promote Egyptian Church unity through his research, which links the early church fathers and the modern Pentecostal movement. He earned his PhD in Church History from Regent University in 2019. He now serves as Academic Dean and Professor of Historical Theology (Patristic and Wesleyan/Pentecostal Studies) at Faith Wesleyan Theological Seminary, in Cairo, Egypt. 

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