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Category: Fall 2020

Pursuing the glory and goodness

Pursuing the glory and goodness

This paper on the transforming power of the story of Jesus was presented by James Purves as a guest lecture on April 9, 2003, at the International Baptist Theological Seminary in Prague. The full title was “Pursuing the glory and goodness: Christomorphism: Where neopentecostal and anabaptist meet?”   Introduction The approach here offered is dogmatic […]

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Hormoz Shariat: Iran’s Great Awakening

Hormoz Shariat: Iran’s Great Awakening

Hormoz Shariat, Iran’s Great Awakening: How God is Using A Muslim Convert to Spark Revival (Melissa, TX: Iran Alive Ministries, 2020), 272 pages, ISBN 9781733749046. Dr. Hormoz Shariat is from Iran. He was a Muslim who became a believer in Jesus. This transformation took place in the United States. Becoming a Christian radically changed the course […]

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Robert Smith: Cultural Marxism: Imaginary Conspiracy or Revolutionary Reality?

Robert Smith: Cultural Marxism: Imaginary Conspiracy or Revolutionary Reality?

Robert S. Smith, “Cultural Marxism: Imaginary Conspiracy or Revolutionary Reality?” Themelios, 44:3 (2019), pages 436-465. I cannot stress enough how important this article is. It should be read by anyone in a Christian leadership position. It is the finest article on the background to the takeover of the America university system by Marxists and radicals […]

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Benevolence

Benevolence

Dan Reiland writes to church leaders: Meeting the needs of the poor and needy is difficult to say the least. It’s not just a matter of limited resources, but understanding vision, direction and God’s heart in the matter. This article provides thought to stir you and your church to assess and strengthen your local church benevolence. […]

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Getting Spiritually Equipped for Ministry that Matters

Getting Spiritually Equipped for Ministry that Matters

Like Peter’s failing attempt to walk on the water, many believers try to approach Jesus from the realm of intellect and knowledge. While we thank God for the mind and its amazing ability, human wisdom is not enough. Man is a spiritual as well as a mental being. To be genuinely equipped for life-in-the-Spirit, our […]

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Pentecostal Classics: An interview with Larry Martin

Pentecostal Classics: An interview with Larry Martin

Larry Martin started PentecostalGold.com to share recordings of classic sermons from Pentecostal preachers. Pneuma Review caught up with this busy evangelist and author to ask him about this golden archive available to the public without cost or obligation. PneumaReveiw.com: Please tell our readers a bit about yourself. Larry Martin: I am an Assemblies of God […]

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Craig Keener: For All Peoples

Craig Keener: For All Peoples

Craig S. Keener, For All Peoples: A Biblical Theology of Missions in the Gospels and Acts (Baguio City, Philippines: Asia Pacific Theological Seminary Press, 2020), 122 pages, ISBN 9798665145082. Dr. Craig Keener is a widely recognized New Testament scholar. He is perhaps best known for the biblical commentaries he has written. He has won the respect […]

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Fall 2020: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2020: Other Significant Articles

Doug Clay, “What is Pentecostalism?” Assemblies of God News (September 30, 2020).   “Research Roundup: Preaching Takeaways from the Latest in Social Science” Christianity Today Pastors (Fall 2020). Compiled by Ted Olson, these fascinating observations from recent social science research are sure to get you thinking about your next sermon, and probably the last few. […]

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What We Need is Revival

What We Need is Revival

This guest article by Christian historian William DeArteaga is calling Christians, particularly in the USA, to lay aside political differences and pray for the nation in which God has placed us.   There is a sense a panic among some Evangelicals about the Biden-Harris election victory. We are in the midst now of a very […]

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The Making of the Christian Global Mission, Part 3: Setting a Better Example

The Making of the Christian Global Mission, Part 3: Setting a Better Example

Christian historian Woodrow Walton continues his investigation into the origins of the modern movements that inspired Christians to go and share the mission and message of Jesus throughout the world. In Part 3, he invites us to learn more about the Quakers and other marginalized groups whose convictions had them following God on paths often […]

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F.F. Bosworth and the Role He Played in the Ministry of T.L. Osborn: An Interview with Dr. LaDonna Osborn

F.F. Bosworth and the Role He Played in the Ministry of T.L. Osborn: An Interview with Dr. LaDonna Osborn

F.F. Bosworth (1877-1958) was a central figure in the Pentecostal movement of the early 20th century and the Post-World War II healing revival. His impact as a famous healing evangelist was unmistakable, and his book, Christ the Healer, remains a popular text on divine healing. Pentecostal church history would be incomplete without his story. One of […]

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Empowered21 NextGen Leaders Conference 2021

Empowered21 NextGen Leaders Conference 2021

Empowered21 invites you to join the online NextGen Leaders Conference January 27 – 29, 2021. “We are excited to announce the line-up of Spirit-empowered leaders from around the world who will be joining us virtually in January. They will share insights about how you can effectively reach the next generation with the gospel.” Gibson Anduvate, […]

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Then, Now, and Later

Then, Now, and Later

Jakes Divinity School is inviting you to join us on Thursday, November 5 at 7:00PM CST for an exclusive, virtual live conversation with Bishop T.D. Jakes and Ambassador Andrew Young discussing the topic: “Then, Now and Later: Wisdom from the Civil Rights Era, Reflections on Black Lives Matter, and Guidance for a Brighter Future.” Ambassador […]

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Paul Hattaway: Tibet

Paul Hattaway: Tibet

Paul Hattaway, Tibet: The Roof of the World (London, England: SPCK, 2020), 356 pages, ISBN 9780281084135. This book is volume 4 of Paul Hattaway’s series called the China Chronicles. This collection of books is devoted to providing an extensive account of the history and progress of Christianity in China. In recounting this history among the Tibetan […]

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