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Fall 2018: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2018: Other Significant Articles

Richard R. Hammar, “Creating Sexual Harassment Policies for Church Workplaces: The growing numbers of allegations highlight the need for appropriate responses” Church Law & Tax Report (March/April 2018).   Jim Linzey, “5 Valuable Leadership Principles from Psalm 37” Ministry Today (May 30, 2018).   Brian Neil Peterson, “Does Genesis 2 Support Same-Sex Marriage? An Evangelical […]

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Global Pentecostalism in the 21st Century, reviewed by Dave Johnson

Global Pentecostalism in the 21st Century, reviewed by Dave Johnson

Robert W. Hefner, ed., Global Pentecostalism in the 21st Century (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2013), ISBN 9780253010810. This book lives up to its claim to study global Pentecostalism, not because it covers it country by country, but because it is grounded in the places in the world where Pentecostalism has had a major impact […]

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Living on a Prayer: George Muller, the Brethren and Faith

Living on a Prayer: George Muller, the Brethren and Faith

Christian History Institute (CHI), publisher of Christian History magazine (CHM), announces its latest issue, titled: Living on a Prayer: George Müller, the Brethren and Faith Missions. The entire issue explores the life and times of George Müller, the Prussian pastor who settled in Bristol, England with a mission to evangelize, seek unity of the New Testament church and, relying […]

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Ministering to the Needs of the World: 2018 International Dialogue between the World Communion of Reformed Churches and Classical Pentecostals

Ministering to the Needs of the World: 2018 International Dialogue between the World Communion of Reformed Churches and Classical Pentecostals

Mel Robeck has shared with Pneuma Review the press release from the International Dialogue between the World Communion of Reformed Churches and Classical Pentecostals, which concluded on December 4, 2018. Representatives of various classical Pentecostal churches and a delegation from the World Communion of Reformed Churches met in Legon, Accra, Ghana, November 29 – December […]

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Randy Clark: Stories of Divine Healing, reviewed by J. D. King

Randy Clark: Stories of Divine Healing, reviewed by J. D. King

Rescuing Our Pentecostal Heritage Randy Clark, Stories of Divine Healing: Supernatural Testimonies that Ignite Faith for Your Healing (NMG/Destiny Image, 2018), 288 pages. While attending the Society For Pentecostal Studies meeting in Cleveland, Tennessee in early 2018, I had a troubling conversation about the viability of divine healing. A young academic told me he accepted […]

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William Atkinson: Jesus before Pentecost

William Atkinson: Jesus before Pentecost

William P. Atkinson, Jesus before Pentecost (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2016), 222 pages. Unapologetically Pentecostal, Atkinson, an ordained minister, presents Jesus through the eyes of a Pentecostal believer as well as through the eyes of a scholar (Edinburgh)—that is, as a theological historian he views Jesus in the “then and there,” while as a Pentecostal, […]

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Spirit Baptism in the Whole Bible

Spirit Baptism in the Whole Bible

New book introduces readers to the coming of the Holy Spirit seen throughout Scripture. Spirit Baptism in the Old and New Testaments (Not Just Acts) is an e-book recently written by Dr. Andrew Gabriel for a general Christian audience. Gabriel is a Canadian Pentecostal theologian and the author of three books and numerous articles and […]

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The Holy Spirit’s Miraculous Gifts, by Charles Carrin

The Holy Spirit’s Miraculous Gifts, by Charles Carrin

God wants to unleash the life-changing, bondage-breaking power of the Holy Spirit in your life. Pastor Chas Carrin points out what the Apostle Paul had to say about this and encourages every Jesus follower to pursue spiritual gifts. The Apostle Paul encountered Jesus on the Damascus Road and was born again; three days later in […]

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Bible Translations: The Three Major Textus Receptus Translations

Bible Translations: The Three Major Textus Receptus Translations

The mother and son Bible translator team of Verna and James Linzey discuss the major translations of the Bible that have been developed from the Greek New Testament known as the Textus Receptus. The three major Bible translations based on the Textus Receptus are the Authorized King James Version (1611), the New King James Version […]

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Veli-Matti Karkkainen: Creation and Humanity

Veli-Matti Karkkainen: Creation and Humanity

Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, Creation and Humanity, A Constructive Christian Theology for the Pluralistic World, Volume 3 (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans, 2015), pages x+554. As a constructive theologian, Kärkkäinen works to create a coherent explanation of religious belief (in this case, Christian) by honest engagement with a variety of voices, including Christian (i.e. Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, […]

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Indivisible, reviewed by Jim Linzey

Indivisible, reviewed by Jim Linzey

Indivisible (Pure Flix). Actors: Justin Bruening, Sarah Drew, and Jason George. Director: David G. Evans. Producer: Darren Moorman. Screenplay: Cheryl McKay, David G. Evans, Peter White. Indivisible is about the struggles of a military chaplain, Darren Turner, who served in Iraq and had close encounters with death. With the gradual onset of PTSD through numerous […]

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David Joannes: The Mind of a Missionary

David Joannes: The Mind of a Missionary

David Joannes, The Mind of a Missionary: What Global Kingdom Workers Tell Us About Thriving on Mission Today (Prescott, AZ: Within Reach Global, 2018), 312 pages, ISBN 9780998061153. David Joannes has a burden for unreached people groups. For approximately twenty years now he has ministered in Asia bringing the good news of Jesus Christ to those […]

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A Miracle in Pakistan - and a Few More are Needed

A Miracle in Pakistan – and a Few More are Needed

Frank Gaffney, President and CEO of Center for Security Policy, shared this statement today on his “Secure Freedom Minute” Radio feature.   A miracle just happened. The Supreme Court of Pakistan ruled today that Asia Bibi, a Christian woman falsely accused of blasphemy – a capital offense under Islam’s totalitarian Sharia code – is not […]

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A Solemn Reflection on Massacre at L'Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh

A Solemn Reflection on Massacre at L’Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh

“There is a time for everything… a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance …” Ecclesiastes 3:1-4   The day after the gruesome massacre at L’Simcha (Tree of Life) Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, we lament the loss of 11 precious lives who died and the […]

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