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Raul L. Mock is one of the founders and directors of the Pneuma Foundation and editor of The Pneuma Review. Raul has been part of an Evangelical publishing ministry since 1996, working with Information Services and Supply Chain Management for more than two decades. He and his wife, Erin, have a daughter and twin boys and live in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. LinkedIn

From the Editor's Desk: Doing Theology

From the Editor’s Desk: Doing Theology

We study God – theologize – to learn more about who He is and His way of walking out our lives. We study to become more like Messiah and do what He reveals to us. Therefore, theology that cannot be “done” has little value. We can frame this as a biblical imperative. As we love […]

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From the Editor's Desk: Spring 2005

From the Editor’s Desk: Spring 2005

On behalf of the editorial committee, I would like to express my gratitude to the numerous individuals that make the ministry of the Pneuma Foundation possible. We deeply appreciate the many pastors, scholars, leaders, and thinkers that regularly contribute to the publications of the Foundation. I hope that it will not be seen as presumption […]

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Earl Creps: Fighting the Future

Earl Creps: Fighting the Future

  Earl Creps, “Fighting the Future: What’s in store for the charismatic/Pentecostal movement: adaptation or extinction?” Ministries Today (Jul/Aug 2004), pages 50-54. A fight for survival? An exciting challenge? The culture in North America has experienced a significant shift. Many call this new philosophy of life “postmodernism,” even if using such labels recall the old […]

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Brian McLaren: Emerging Values

Brian McLaren: Emerging Values

  Brian D. McLaren, “Emerging Values: The next generation is redefining spiritual formation, community, and mission” Leadership (Summer 2003), pages 34-39. What are the values of the thirty-somethings entering ministry today? Brian McLaren says that there is a lot to be hopeful about in the emerging Christian leaders who grew up in a postmodern culture. […]

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Paul L. King: The Christian and Missionary Alliance

Paul L. King: The Christian and Missionary Alliance

  Paul L. King, “The Christian and Missionary Alliance: Higher Life Movement of Missions, Holiness, and Healing” Refleks: med karismatisk kristendom i fokus 2-1 (2003), pages 21-30. Professor King introduces readers to A. B. Simpson and the Christian and Missionary Alliance in this Finnish and English journal of theology and Pentecostal/charismatic history. This article explains […]

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Timothy Larsen: Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals

Timothy Larsen: Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals

  Timothy Larsen, ed., Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2003), xvii + 789 pages. Ever come across the name of an evangelical leader, like Lesslie Newbigin or Oswald Chambers, and wondered who they were or what they taught? This dictionary is a great solution for quickly finding a sketch on the […]

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From the Editor's Desk: Fall 2003

From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2003

from the editor’s desk What have you been reading lately? Besides, of course, every issue of the Pneuma Review that you receive. What books are challenging you to think beyond the old boundaries and grow in your relationship with our Master? What ideas and practical insights are you discussing among your friends and peers? I […]

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Eddie Hyatt: 2000 Years of Charismatic Christianity

Eddie Hyatt: 2000 Years of Charismatic Christianity

Eddie L. Hyatt, 2000 Years of Charismatic Christianity: A 21st Century Look at Church History from a Pentecostal/Charismatic Perspective (Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2002), 225 pages, ISBN 9780884198727. Have you ever been told that the charismatic movement is new and therefore theologically suspicious? Do not believe such rumors because they are not true, as this […]

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Evan Howard: Three Temptations of Spiritual Formation

Evan Howard: Three Temptations of Spiritual Formation

  “Three Temptations of Spiritual Formation” Evan Howard. Christianity Today (Dec. 9, 2002), pages 46-49. The spiritual formation movement is growing in significance and impact among Christians of all traditions. Numerous influences are shaping this movement, most of them positive, but there are real dangers lurking. Author Evan Howard writes that when we seek to […]

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From the Editor's Desk: Winter 2003

From the Editor’s Desk: Winter 2003

Blessings to you, reader, in the name of our Messiah and Lord Jesus Christ. It is a true privilege to announce our sixth year of publication beginning with this issue. I am standing in awe of what God has allowed this simple ministry to have accomplished so far. In this issue you will find an […]

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The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements

The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements

  Stanley M. Burgess and Eduard M. van der Maas, eds., The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, Revised and expanded edition (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2002), 1278 + xxxi pages. Growing up in a non-charismatic Christian home, I knew little about the history of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement. For this reason, the original Dictionary […]

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Christians and Muslims: Confronting fourteen centuries of ambition, sorrow, and bad faith

Christians and Muslims: Confronting fourteen centuries of ambition, sorrow, and bad faith

Christian History 74 (Vol XXI No 2). “Christians & Muslims: Confronting fourteen centuries of ambition, sorrow, and bad faith.” Perhaps no other Christian magazine is as poised to offer as complete a picture of the historical conflict between Islam and Christianity as Christian History. In a few brief and readable articles this issue summarizes the […]

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Fred Heeren: Home Alone in the Universe?

Fred Heeren: Home Alone in the Universe?

Fred Heeren, “Home Alone in the Universe?” First Things (Mar 2002, No 121), pages 38-46. I always enjoy reading contemporary articles that offer fresh evidence for faith in the God of the Bible, even if such “evidence” is somewhat indirect. I found this recently in a well-written summary and critique of another “faith,” the predominantly […]

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From the Editor's Desk: Fall 2002

From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2002

Fall is my favorite time of year. I enjoy the crisp mornings and pleasant evenings which are great for curling up with a book or your favorite journal. Even if you do not live in a crisp-autumny place like I do, may the Fall of 2002 be a memorable time for you and those you […]

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