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Kimberly Ervin Alexander

Kimberly Ervin Alexander (PhD, Open University/St. John’s College) is associate professor of the history of Christianity at the Regent University School of Divinity. Alexander is a past president of the Society for Pentecostal Studies. She is the author of Pentecostal Healing: Models of Theology and Practice; with R. Hollis Gause, Women in Leadership: A Pentecostal Perspective. Her latest book, co-authored with James P. Bowers is What Women Want: Pentecostal Women Ministers Speak for Themselves. Her research interests include early Pentecostal thought and practice; gender and Pentecostal experience; and the development of theological and pedagogical approaches congruent with Pentecostal experience and spirituality. She is married to Rev. Dr. Jack L. (Corky) Alexander. They have three beautiful daughters, two wonderful sons-in-law, and three delightful grandchildren.

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