On Making a Prophet: Pentecost as Prophetic Installation

This is a lengthy exploration of Acts 2:1-4, in terms of the theme of prophetic initiation.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5

I’ve commented further on the subject of Pentecost in the following posts:

The Background of Pentecost (see also Pentecost Thought)
The Politics of Pentecost—Acts 2:1-21
The Politics of Making A Prophet—Acts 2:1-21

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