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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

Gene Green: As For Prophecies, They Will Come to and End

Gene Green: As For Prophecies, They Will Come to and End

Gene L. Green, “‘As For Prophecies, They Will Come to and End’: 2 Peter, Paul and Plutarch on ‘The Obsolescence of Oracles,’” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 82 (2001), pages 107-122. Any Pentecostal/charismatic that has encountered a cessationist—those who believe the “supernatural” gifts of the Holy Spirit have ceased—has heard 1 Cor […]

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Being Watchful: E-Mail Hoaxes and Scams

Being Watchful: E-Mail Hoaxes and Scams

When the Holy Spirit takes a hardened heart and makes it soft and pliable, that heart becomes loving and merciful in ways not thought possible before. As Bible-believing and loving followers of Jesus we want to be susceptible to the needs and cry for help that is found in those bound-up hearts that have not […]

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From the Editor's Desk: Winter 2002

From the Editor’s Desk: Winter 2002

It is my pleasure to introduce this start of the fifth volume of the Pneuma Review. The editorial committee and I wish to express our deep gratitude to the Lord and to our readers for your support. By His grace, we will continue to publish this journal. I trust that it has been an encouragement […]

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Does God Know Your Next Move?: Christopher A. Hall and John Sanders debate openness theology

Does God Know Your Next Move?: Christopher A. Hall and John Sanders debate openness theology

“Does God Know Your Next Move?: Christopher A. Hall and John Sanders debate openness theology” Christianity Today (May 21, 2001 and June 11, 2001). Pp. 38-45 (May 21) and 50-56 (June 11). There is a growing debate in theological circles that is challenging doctrines long held by evangelical Christians. The debate is over something called […]

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Muslims Tell "Why I Chose Jesus?"

Muslims Tell “Why I Chose Jesus?”

“Muslims Tell ‘Why I Chose Jesus’” by J. Dudley Woodberry and Russell G. Shubin. Mission Frontiers (March 2001). Pp. 28-33. Woodberry and Shubin have compiled a number of testimonies of Muslims coming to faith in Jesus as Messiah, thereby reminding all of us of the life-changing power of the gospel. It is no secret that […]

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Michael Brown: Israel’s Divine Healer

Michael Brown: Israel’s Divine Healer

Israel’s Divine Healer. Michael Brown. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1995. Pp. 462. For those who believe that God miraculously heals today, this book is a decisive argument in their favor. I am not aware of any other book that so thoroughly offers a theological and exegetical foundation for divine healing, especially from the Hebrew Scriptures and […]

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Power House: How Prayer Can Saturate the Life of Your Church

Power House: How Prayer Can Saturate the Life of Your Church

  Alen Martin and Dian Ginter, “Power House: How Prayer Can Saturate the Life of Your Church,” Pray! (Issue 23, Mar/Apr 2001), pages 14-17. Looking for some practical advice on transforming your church into a house of prayer? This issue of Pray!, and this article in particular may offer the simple steps needed to get […]

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John Stott: Evangelical Truth

John Stott: Evangelical Truth

  John Stott, Evangelical Truth: A Personal Plea for Unity, Integrity & Faithfulness (Downer’s Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1999), 131 pages. In this 1999 book, John Stott has summarized with excellence that which all evangelicals hold in common. He begins by defining who the evangelicals are and then applies the three R’s—revelation, redemption, and regeneration—to […]

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Lauren Winner: Flowing into The Mainstream

Lauren Winner: Flowing into The Mainstream

  Lauren Winner, “Flowing into The Mainstream” Publisher’s Weekly (Sept. 11, 2000), pages 39-40, 42. Hungry? More than ever, people are turning pages to learn passion for God. All this is possible now that Christian publishers and booksellers no longer think charismatics are “fringe.” In fact, books by Pentecostal/charismatic authors have become the bread and […]

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Jeff Bailey: Worship and Spirituality in the New World

Jeff Bailey: Worship and Spirituality in the New World

  Jeff Bailey, “Worship and Spirituality in the New World” Cutting Edge (Vol 4, No 2, Summer 2000), pages 16-18. Jeff Bailey, co-editor of Vineyard Churches’ (USA) church planting magazine Cutting Edge, has been interviewing and conversing with a number of postmodern theologians in the last few issues. In the July 2000 issue of Cutting […]

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John Stackhouse: The Seven Deadly Signs

John Stackhouse: The Seven Deadly Signs

  John G. Stackhouse, Jr., “The Seven Deadly Signs” Christianity Today (June 12, 2000), Pages 54-57. What is the mark of success? What is the sign of failure? In this article by John Stackhouse, we are given seven specific statements to measure if our business, ministry, or family is in danger of financial indiscretion. Stackhouse […]

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Editor's Note: Winter 2001

Editor’s Note: Winter 2001

  Notes from the Editor: This tenth issue begins our fourth year of publication. I trust that you have found the Pneuma Review to be a publication that you can use. Unfortunately, one promised ingredient in this issue has been postponed until the future. Kingsway Publications of Great Britain had extended permission to the Pneuma […]

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Editor Introduction: The Kingdom of God As Scripture's Central Theme

Editor Introduction: The Kingdom of God As Scripture’s Central Theme

  Have you ever read something that gave expression to a number of thoughts you have had? When I first met David Burns and begun discussing with him his concept of Kingdom of God theology, I had that experience. Although a brief article cannot give full explanation to either David’s Biblical theology or any of […]

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Editor Introduction: How the Prayer Language Comes

Editor Introduction: How the Prayer Language Comes

Praying in Tongues. This is still a hot topic in the church today. Fortunately, they are many among classical Pentecostals and the broad charismatic movement that have realized there is more to the Christian life than “just” tongues. Non-charismatic evangelicals have had the long standing complaint about Pentecostal/charismatics that “tongues” is all they seem to […]

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