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Roscoe Barnes III, Ph.D. in Church History (University of Pretoria, S. Africa), is the author of F.F. Bosworth: The Man Behind ‘Christ the Healer’ (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009), The Guide to Effective Gospel Tract Ministry (Church Growth Institute, 2004) and Off to War (White Mane Publishing, 1996). His articles have appeared in Refleks Journal, The Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association, The Africa Journal of Pentecostal Studies, and in numerous newspapers and popular magazines.

A. Doug Beacham, Jr., D.Min. (Union Presbyterian Seminary), is the General Superintendent of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC Ministries). Twitter: @DougBeacham. LinkedIn. Facebook.

John R. Belcher, MDiv (Lexington Theological Seminary), MSW (University of Kentucky), PhD (Ohio State University), has served as a pastor and a psychiatric social worker. He has been teaching at the University of Maryland for more than 25 years, he teaches part time at St. Mary’s Seminary and University in the Ecumenical Institute of Theology, and he also practices part time as a pastoral counselor. John and his family fellowship at a local United Methodist Church. www.ssw.umaryland.edu/faculty_and_research/bios/belcher/bios/belcher

David Belles is employed full time at Xerox Corporation as a Technical Writer. He is also the Dean of the IFCA Bible College and serves as Assistant to the Pastor at Richmond Heights Christian Assembly in Richmond Heights, Ohio. David has a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Roberts Wesleyan College. He has two masters’ degrees, one in Philosophy from Western Kentucky University, and one in Theology from Northeastern Seminary.

David Malcolm Bennett, Ph.D., is an Anglo-Australian Christian researcher and writer with over 15 books in print. They include The Altar Call: Its Origins and Present Usage, The Sinner’s Prayer: Its Origins and Dangers (companion website: SinnersPrayerBook.com), The Origins of Left Behind Eschatology, Edward Irving Reconsidered: The Man, His Controversies, and the Pentecostal Movement, and The General: William Booth. He is also the transcriber, editor and publisher of The Letters of William and Catherine Booth and The Diary and Reminiscences of Catherine Booth.

Gary Best is the Director of the Association of Vineyard Churches, Canada.

The Rev. Dr. Winfield H. Bevins serves as the Director of Asbury Seminary’s Church Planting Initiative. He is also the Canon for Church Planting for the Anglican Diocese of the Carolinas and an adjunct professor at Trinity School for Ministry. He is the author of Plant: A Sower’s Guide to Church Planting (Seedbed, 2016), Rediscovering John Wesley (Pathway Press, 2005), Our Common Prayer: A Field Guide to the Book of Common Prayer (Simeon Press, 2013), Creed: Connect to the Basic Essentials of Historic Christian Faith (NavPress, 2011), and Grow at Home: A Beginner’s Guide to Family Discipleship (Seedbed, 2016). WinfieldBevins.com Amazon Author Page Facebook Twitter: @winfieldbevins

Brandon Biggs is a graduate student at a classical Pentecostal institute of higher learning and lives in Texas.

Walter R. Bodine (as of 1992) is currently engaged in independent scholarly work in biblical and ancient Near Eastern studies, focusing now on Sumerian and Assyriological studies. He received a Ph.D. (Northwest Semitics and Old Testament, 1973) from Harvard University. He chaired the Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew unit of the Society of Biblical Literature from 1982-1991. He has published several scholarly works, including Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew (Eisenbrauns, 1992), The Greek Text of Judges: Recensional Developments (Harvard Semitic Monographs, no. 23; Scholars Press, 1980), and Discourse Analysis and Biblical Literature (Society of Biblical Literature, 1995).

Reinhard W. G. Bonnke is principally known for his evangelistic Great Gospel Crusades throughout Africa. After attending Bible College in Wales, he pastored a church in his native Germany and then went on to start missionary work in Africa. He began holding meetings in a tent that accommodated 800 people, but attendance soon exceeded the capacity of any structure and he began open-air meetings and eventually conducting city-wide gatherings with as many as 1,600,000 people attending a single meeting. His evangelistic ministry, Christ for all Nations (CfaN), has offices in the United States, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Nigeria, South Africa, Singapore, Australia, and Hong Kong. gospelcrusade.org cfan.org Facebook. Twitter: @ReinhardBonnke

James A. Borland, Th.D. (Grace Theological Seminary), is past president of the Evangelical Theological Society, and Secretary-Treasurer since 1992. He is Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Theology at the Rawlings School of Divinity at Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia) having taught there since 1977. He served on the N.T. Executive Translation Committee for the NKJV, penned Christ in the Old Testament, A General Introduction to the New Testament, and six biblical commentaries. He is a founding member of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.

Kirk Bottomly, M.Div. (Princeton Theological Seminary, 1990), has been the Senior Pastor at Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church, in Fair Oaks, California, since 2008. After a career in technical and speech writing, Kirk then attended Princeton Seminary where he received his Masters of Divinity. Since then, Kirk has been an associate pastor of Christian Education at Emmanuel Presbyterian and the Senior Pastor at Fallbrook Presbyterian Church. FOPC.org Pastor Kirk’s video blog

David Bradnick, Ph.D. Theological Studies (Regent University School of Divinity), is an instructor in the philosophy department at Stevenson University and York College of Pennsylvania. His dissertation is titled "Loosing and Binding the Spirits: An Emergentist Theology of the Demonic" (2015).

Steve Bremner is a Canadian missionary to Peru with his wife Lili and daughter Jemina. He is called to raise up disciples who flow in the power of the Holy Spirit and attempts to do so from within a missional community named Oikos located outside that nation's capital of Lima. He blogs at SteveBremner.com and hosts a podcast named Fire On Your Head, whose goal is "to kick believers out of the upper room." He is the author of several books including Six Lies People Believe About Divine Healing: The Truth About God's Will To Heal The Sick (2013), Increase Your Faith: Practical Steps To Help You Believe For The Impossible (2013), and Nine Lies People Believe About Speaking in Tongues (Destiny Image Publishers, 2016). Facebook Twitter

Brian N. Brewer holds an M.A. in Theology (University of Chester, England) and is currently engaged in pre-doctoral research regarding Gentile involvement in the Messianic Jewish Movement.

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