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  • How Should we Lead the Church? A Pneuma Review Conversation

    How Should we Lead the Church? A Pneuma Review Conversation

      How should we lead the church? A Pneuma Review conversation   Over several issues, from Summer 2010 through Winter 2012, The Pneuma Review heard from theologians and pastors from around the world about how we should lead the local church. If you could write a letter to church leaders everywhere, what would you say? Join us as […]

  • Praying in the Spirit

    Praying in the Spirit

     The Praying in the Spirit Series.  Robert W. Graves wrote Praying in the Spirit (Chosen Books) in 1987, when it received great reviews from a number of Pentecostal/charismatic scholars and leaders including John Sherrill, Dr. Vinson Synan, Dr. Gordon Fee, Dr. William Menzies, Dr. Howard Ervin, Dr. Walter Martin, and Dr. Stanley Horton. It is […]

  • Postmodernism, The Church, and The Future

    Postmodernism, The Church, and The Future

        Editor Introduction (Winter 2007)   David Livermore (Winter 2007) Is “cultural relevance” an effective and theologically sound wineskin for the emergent church or is it moving Christianity toward oblivion?   Suggested Reading (Spring 2007)   Winfield Bevins (Spring 2007)   Dony Donev (Spring 2007)   Suggested Reading (Summer 2007)   B. Keith Putt […]

  • John DeVries: Why Pray?

    John DeVries: Why Pray?

      Editor Note: This corporate review is a first for PneumaReview.com. David Seal, professor at Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids, Michigan), approached us about having his entire New Testament Survey class write a review together. They selected a book on prayer to draw out the most practical application of biblical theology.   John DeVries, Why Pray? […]

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  • Should we keep talking about Strange Fire?

    Should we keep talking about Strange Fire?

      Jonathan Downie, a regular contributor to PneumaReview.com, wrote to the editors about the ongoing coverage we have featured here of John MacArthur’s 2013 book, Strange Fire. Please read his concern and our response below it.   I am growing

    December 8, 2014 | 2 comments | View Post

  • Living the Faith (more)

  • Guiding my children to use media well

    Guiding my children to use media well

      We live in a world saturated by media of all kinds, from social media and television to video games and movies. Most of us could not have imagined a few years ago that anyone with a phone can today

    November 2, 2014 | 1 comment | View Post

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  • Curriculum Suggestions

    Curriculum Suggestions

    Can you recommend any curriculum for a children’s school? A few days ago, PneumaReview.com received this request from Pastor Jim in Ethiopia: I am setting up a computer learning center for a missions orphanage of 150 students K-12 [Kindergarten through

    January 19, 2015 | 1 comment | View Post

  • Church History (more)

  • Timothy Walsh: To Meet and Satisfy a Very Hungry People

    Timothy Walsh: To Meet and Satisfy a Very Hungry People

    Timothy B. Walsh, To Meet and Satisfy a Very Hungry People: The Origins and Fortunes of English Pentecostalism, 1907 – 1925 (Milton Keynes, UK: Paternoster, 2012), 264 pages. Timothy B. Walsh, Professor of Pentecostal and Evangelical History at Regents Theological

    January 25, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Happy Reformation Day

    Happy Reformation Day

      In celebration of the Great Reformation and revival movements throughout Christian history, take a moment today to remind yourself of what God has done in and through his people. Be encouraged and challenged that he is ready and willing

    October 31, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • In Depth (more)

  • Writing Projects by Craig Keener

    Writing Projects by Craig Keener

    Editor’s note: After passing along an invitation to speak at an upcoming conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma, I asked Dr. Craig S. Keener about his current writing projects. – Raul Mock In terms of things regularly coming out, there’s my blogsite,

    January 26, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Honoring Pentecostal Theologian Gordon Fee

    Honoring Pentecostal Theologian Gordon Fee

    The Society for Pentecostal Studies held a special session to honor the life and work of Dr. Gordon Fee in November 2014 as a part of the joint American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature annual meetings

    January 18, 2015 | 1 comment | View Post

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  • January 2015: Recent events

    January 2015: Recent events

    Thank you for your patience while the team worked through how to get PneumaReview.com back online after an outage occurred on Tuesday afternoon, January 27. The site turned back on around 10 pm EST yesterday, Jan 29. Last week, editors were talking about how to address several aspects of long term site maintenance, but we did not […]

    January 30, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

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    Amos Yong is Professor of Theology & Mission and director of the Center for Missiological Research at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena. His graduate education includes degree...

    Just Politics, Moral Deficit, Killing and Following Jesus: Amos Yong reviews four Ron Sider books

    Craig S. Keener, Ph.D. (Duke University), is Professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary; for the previous fifteen years he taught at Palmer Theological Seminary ...

    Writing Projects by Craig Keener

    Kirk Wesley Hunt, MBA, is part of Tucson Church International in Tucson Arizona. He is the author of Soldiers Of The Kingdom (CadreMen Press, 2002) and publishes a weekly devotional at: ...

    Gospel Carriers, Old and New

    Paul L. King holds a D.Min from Oral Roberts University and a D.Th. from the University of South Africa. He served for 16 years on the faculty of Oral Roberts University as Coordin...

    William Menzies’ Lectures on Non-Wesleyan Pentecostalism, reviewed by Paul King