PCPJ has its own book series, published at Wipf & Stock. The series is called “Pentecostals, Peacemaking and Social Justice”. The peacemaking aspect of the series focuses on pacifism, war, just war tradition, just peacemaking, peacebuilding, conflict transformation, nonviolence, forgiveness, and other peacemaking-related themes and issues within Pentecostal-Charismatic traditions and from Pentecostal-Charismatic perspectives. The justice aspect of the series focuses on gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, economics, class, globalization, trade, poverty, health, consumerism, development, and other social justice related themes and issues within the Pentecostal-Charismatic tradition and from Pentecostal-Charismatic perspectives.
We welcome contributions from theologians, biblical scholars, philosophers, ethicists, historians, social-scientists, pastors, activists, and practitioners of peacemaking and social justice. We encourage both original work and publication of important historical resources. We especially invite both scholarly and praxis-oriented contributions from global south Pentecostals and Charismatics, for this series seeks to explore the ways that Pentecostal-Charismatic Christians can develop, strengthen, and sustain a peace-with-justice witness in the twenty-first century around the world.
Books in our series:
Pentecostal Pacifism by Jay Beaman.
Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Restoration by Martin W. Mittelstadt, Geoffrey W. Sutton.
A Liberating Spirit by Michael Wilkinson and Steven M. Studebaker.
Christ at the Checkpoint edited by Paul Alexander.
The Liberating Mission of Jesus by Dario Lopez Rodriguez.
Pentecostals and Nonviolence edited by Paul Alexander.
Pentecostal and Holiness Statements on War and Peace edited by Jay Beaman and Brian Pipkin.
Blood Cries Out: Pentecostals, Ecology, and the Groans of Creation edited by A. J. Swoboda.
Life in the Spirit by Andrea Snavely.
Early Pentecostals on Nonviolence and Social Justice edited by Brian Pipkin and Jay Beaman.
Mennocostals edited by Martin William Mittelstadt and Brian K. Pipkin.
The Early Christian Attitude to War by John Cecil Cadoux
The Pentecostal-Charismatic Movement
Afro-Pentecostalism: Black Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity in History and Culture by Amos Yong and Estrelda Alexander (eds.).
A New Christian Manifesto by Bob Ekblad.
A New Kind of Pentecostalism by Samuel Lee.
Black Fire: One Hundred Years of African American Pentecostalism by Estrelda Y. Alexander.
Blood Against Blood by Arthur Sydney Booth-Clibborn.
Born Again in Brazil: The Pentecostal Boom and the Pathogens of Poverty by Andrew Chesnut.
Pentecostal Mission and Global Christianity edited by Wonsuk Ma, Veli-Matti Kärkäinnen and J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu.
Thinking in Tongues: Pentecostal Contributions to Christian Philosophy by James K.A. Smith.
Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Healing edited by Candy Gunther Brown.
Miracles by Craig Keener.
Alone Witha Jihadist: A Biblical Response to Holy War by Aaron D. Taylor.
Engaging the Powers by Walter Wink.
Farewell to Mars by Brian Zahnd.
The Myth of a Christian Nation by Greg Boyd.
Global Pentecostalism: The New Face of Christian Social Engagement by Donald E. Miller and Tetsuano Yamamori.
Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger by Ronald Sider.
The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical by Shane Claiborne
Doing Reconciliation by Alexander Venter.
Dread and Pentecostal: A Political Theology for the Black Church in Britain by Robert Beckford
Roadmap to Reconciliation by Brenda Salter Mckneil.
Jesus Feminist by Sarah Bessey.
Powerful And Free by Danny Silk.
The Pentecostal Feminism of Elizabeth V. Baker by John Miller.
Tongues and Trees: Towards a Pentecostal Ecological Theology by A.J. Swoboda