Except: "Daniel Castelo’s Pentecostalism as a Christian Mystical Tradition is a theological monograph, but, like the movement he seeks to categorize, Castelo’s work transcends traditional disciplinary lines. As a historian, my comments aim to show what Castelo’s categorical work does for historians seeking to explore and understand the movement. My response analyzes the categories present within Castelo’s title and explicated throughout the book: Pentecostalism, Christian mysticism, and tradition."
Smith, Kyle; Payne, Leah; Alfaro, Sammy; and Castelo, Daniel, "Author Meets Critics: Responding to Daniel Castelo’s Pentecostalism as a Christian Mystical Tradition" (2018). Faculty Publications - Portland Seminary. 159.