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William L. De Arteaga, Ph.D., is known internationally as a Christian historian and expert on revivals and the rebirth and renewal of the Christian healing movement. His major works include, Quenching the Spirit (Creation House, 1992, 1996), Forgotten Power: The Significance of the Lord’s Supper in Revival (Zondervan, 2002), and Agnes Sanford and Her Companions: The Assault on Cessationism and the Coming of the Charismatic Renewal (Wipf & Stock, 2015). Bill pastored two Hispanic Anglican congregations in the Marietta, Georgia area, and is semi-retired. He and his wife Carolyn continue in their healing, teaching and writing ministries. He is the state chaplain of the Order of St. Luke, encouraging the ministry of healing in all Christian denominations. Facebook AnglicalPentecostal.blogspot.com

New Creation Healing Center: A Convergence of Whole-Person Ministry

New Creation Healing Center: A Convergence of Whole-Person Ministry

If you had the good fortune of driving through Kingston, New Hampshire, on some bright fall day you might have the good fortune of noticing a boxy 18th Century type building with a fenced “widow’s walk” on top. This recently build structure is the meeting, workshops and events building to a truly remarkable organization, New […]

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Worried About the Election? What We Need is Revival

Worried About the Election? What We Need is Revival

Many Christians are in fear, almost panic, that a Biden-Harris win this November will bring about a renewed secularization of America and Christian persecution. There is some danger that such an administration would take a radical turn, but historian Dr. William De Arteaga is far less pessimistic. In this essay, he reflects on the election […]

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On Pulling Down Statues

On Pulling Down Statues

Sometimes it is good and proper to pull down statues, sometimes ambiguous, and sometimes the motives are troubling. What are the spiritual issues? Christian historian Rev. William De Arteaga, known to Pneuma Review readers as a scholar of the healing ministry and revivals, discusses several subjects in an article (on another site) about statue toppling […]

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Demonstrations Can Have Good and Bad Fruit

Demonstrations Can Have Good and Bad Fruit

In this article appearing at PentecostalTheology.com, historian and theologian the Rev. Dr. William De Arteaga warns that mass demonstrations as the ones now carried on in the name of George Floyd can be double-edged swords. They can help bring needed reforms, as in the civil rights demonstrations of the 1960s, which brought about so much […]

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Report Card for the Church: Response to COVID-19 and How to Do Better

Report Card for the Church: Response to COVID-19 and How to Do Better

This guest article by Christian historian William De Arteaga is not merely a historical and theological reflection. By way of introduction, he writes, “The end of the article contains specific, biblical ways of praying against viruses. I have done this for years with very good effect, but have not been allowed into a hospital to […]

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The Falls Church Anglican: The Long March to Healing Ministry Excellence

The Falls Church Anglican: The Long March to Healing Ministry Excellence

  This article is a chapter from the Rev. William De Arteaga’s forthcoming book, Saints, Heroes and Villains of the Anglican Healing Awakening.   To my knowledge no other Anglican church, or any other church, has such an effective and robust ministry of healing and deliverance as The Falls Church Anglican of Falls Church, Virginia […]

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Marian Devotion and the Coming Second Wave of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal

Marian Devotion and the Coming Second Wave of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal

Marian Devotion and the Coming Second Wave of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Catholics and Protestants Together in Charismatic Renewal? Perhaps nothing makes more of a laughingstock out of global Church unity in Spirit and worship than the contentious issue of Marian devotion. Some Catholics truly worship Mary as if she were the fourth person of […]

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Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2020

Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2020

This year’s Charismatic Leaders Fellowship Consultation, formerly called the CLF Conference, was held in Augusta, Georgia, February 24-27. Yearly, this group of Charismatic leaders meets to discuss news and issues about the world-wide Pentecostal/charismatic movement. The group was originally founded in 1970 by Dennis Bennett, of Nine O’Clock in the Morning[1] fame, to discuss and […]

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Resisting Disease in Prayer

Resisting Disease in Prayer

Resisting Disease in Prayer The Rev. Dr. Bill De Arteaga has had over thirty years of healing ministry experience and has often dealt with viruses of various sorts, including influenza. Here is what he suggests to do when you suspect you or a loved one has been in contact with the new coronavirus. http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/personally-combating-the-coronavirus/

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Donald Trump’s Presidency and False Prophecy

Donald Trump’s Presidency and False Prophecy

A guest editorial by Christian historian William De Arteaga. Readers are invited to respond by including respectful comments on the article page.   Recently, the Mark Galli’s op-ed piece in Christianity Today created uproar among Evangelical Christians.[1] He asserted that President Trump should be removed from office for his lack of moral character. Many Christians […]

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Order of St. Luke International 2019: From an Anti-Cessationism past to a Fully Charismatic Future

Order of St. Luke International 2019: From an Anti-Cessationism past to a Fully Charismatic Future

Charismatic historian William De Arteaga introduces us to The Order of St. Luke, where it came from, how it has influenced charismatic leaders for generations, and reports on the most recent international convention held in Orlando, Florida. The Order of St Luke was founded by The Rev. John Gayer Banks in the 1930’s, an Episcopal […]

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Latin American Christianity: Colorful, complex and conflicted

Latin American Christianity: Colorful, complex and conflicted

Historian William De Arteaga invites Pneuma Review readers to journey with him into Latin American Christianity as presented in Issue 130 of Christian History magazine.   Christian History 130, “Latin American Christianity: Colorful, complex and conflicted” Christian History magazine is a wonderful journal. I recommend a copy of it be at the coffee table of […]

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Praying the News: Notre Dame Fire

Praying the News: Notre Dame Fire

Some tragedies are permitted by God for a greater good, to bring into focus an evil or unsatisfactory situation. An example from the Bible is the destruction of Solomon’s Temple by Babylonian invaders. Perhaps the burning of Notre Dame is such an event. Notre Dame has been the symbol for Catholicism and France’s Christian heritage […]

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Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2019

Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2019

The Charismatic Leaders Fellowship (CLF) is the descendent of the Charismatic Concerns Committee (CCC). The CCC was an important group of charismatic and Pentecostal leaders formed in the 1970s to monitor, advise and correct the disparate currents and personalities of the Charismatic Renewal. For instance, the CCC was instrumental in correcting the “Florida Four” and […]

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