Education

  • Diplôme de Docteur de Théologie Protestante (PhD equivalent in Theology), University of Strasbourg, France
  • MDiv (Christian Education), Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, Springfield, Missouri
  • MA (Biblical Languages), Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, Springfield, Missouri
  • BA (Theology), Continental Theological Seminary, Brussels, Belgium


Activities

  • Founding Director of ICHTHUS 21 – European Institute for Conciliation and Reconciliation Studies
  • Research Supervisor, Oxford Centre for Mission Studies (OCMS)
  • Visiting Lecturer in Global Pentecostalism, Faculté de Formation Théologique de Bruxelles
  • Canon Theologian of the Order of St Leonard, Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches
  • Member of the Editorial board and contributor, The Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association


Selected Publications

Raymond Pfister, 2016. Pentecostalism in France: A Multiform and Ecumenical Movement of the Spirit? In Vinson Synan & Amos Yong (eds.). Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements Past, Present, and Future, vol. IV. Lake Mary, Florida: Charisma House Publishers.

Raymond Pfister, 2011. The Development of Pentecostalism in Francophone Europe. In William Kay and Anne Dyer (eds.). European Pentecostalism. Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies, Vol. 6. Leiden: Brill, 2011.

Raymond Pfister, 2011. The Future(s) of Pentecostalism in Europe. In William Kay and Anne Dyer (eds.). European Pentecostalism. Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies, Vol. 6. Leiden: Brill, 2011.

Raymond Pfister, 2011. Pentecostal Theology and Catholic Europe (co-author). In William Kay and Anne Dyer (eds.). European Pentecostalism. Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies, Vol. 6. Leiden: Brill.

Raymond Pfister, 2010. Gypsies, Charismatic Movement among. In David M. Patte (ed.). Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Teaching and Research Interests

Pentecostal-Charismatic studies, plitical theology and European studies, biblical theology, Church history, Messianic Judaism

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