Robert Menzies

Robert Menzies

Robert Menzies, (Ph.D. University of Aberdeen) is an adjunct professor at Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in the Philippines. He has taught at Bible schools and seminaries in the Philippines, Australia, Fiji, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Russia, Holland, Korea, and the United States.

Dr. Menzies has authored several books on the work of the Spirit, including Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal Experience (Zondervan, 2000), which he co-authored with his father, and Pentecost: This Story Is Our Story (GPH, 2013). Dr. Menzies’ writings on the work of the Holy Spirit in the New Testament have served as a catalyst for fresh thinking in this area.

For the past 20 years Dr. Menzies, along with his wife, has lived and served in China. They have two daughters who grew up in China and now live in the U.S. with their husbands. Dr. Menzies is currently the director of Synergy, an organization that seeks to enable rural village people in Southwest China to live productive and fruitful lives.

Supporting Article

Urban Churches in China

A Pentecostal Case Study

An author has noted that societies being shaped by the forces of modernization and urbanization represent fertile ground for the seeds of Pentecostal revival. Menzies supports this claim in a case study that gives us the history and growth of the Li Xin Church, a large, Pentecostal house-church network.

Blog Entries

Pentecostal Theology and the Chinese Church

A look at the impact and continuing influence of Pentecostal theology in the Chinese church.