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Scholarship Opportunity: GuideOne Foundation

Scholarship Opportunity: GuideOne Foundation

As one of America’s leading insurers of churches, the GuideOne Foundation is offering four $2,500 scholarships to students who are actively pursuing a future career in ministry.

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Conference on Karl Barth’s Pneumatology and the Global Pentecostal Movement

Conference on Karl Barth’s Pneumatology and the Global Pentecostal Movement

Mark plans to attend the 2016 Karl Barth Conference June 19-22, 2016 at Princeton Theological Seminary. Conference description from The Center for Barth Studies: Karl Barth’s Pneumatology and the Global Pentecostal Movement Karl Barth’s pneumatology is a contentious subject, especially when read in critical relationship to his conception of divine and human agency and his […]

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Watch Antipas Harris interview with Shane Perry

Watch Antipas Harris interview with Shane Perry

Shane Perry interviews Antipas Harris on TBN, Monday, January 4, 2016 at 7pm EST. To see more from Antipas Harris, click on his name in the About the Author section below to see his author page where you will find a full listing of PneumaReview.com articles.

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Condolences to the Grenell Family

Condolences to the Grenell Family

The PneumaReview.com editorial committee would like to express our deepest condolences to Jeff Grenell and his family on the passing of his wife, Jane. Jaren Grenell, son of Jeff and Jane Grenell, wrote this tribute on December 18: After a 16 month fight with cancer, early this morning our mom Jane has won. She has […]

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Nominate Books for 2016 Award of Excellence

Nominate Books for 2016 Award of Excellence

Seeking all books written by Pentecostal scholars. The Foundation for Pentecostal Scholarship is seeking titles of theological books by Pentecostal/charismatic scholars to consider as nominees for its 2016 Book Award of Excellence. The books should have a publication date of 2014 or 2015. Please email all title nominations to admin@tffps.org. PneumaReview.com editors: What books by […]

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Writer Bulletin November 2015

Writer Bulletin November 2015

Greetings from the editorial committee at PneumaReview.com. We have sent out a list of books for which we are seeking reviews to all of the writers in our database. If you would like to be on this list, please send the editor a note and I will have you added. Please tell us about books […]

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Invitation to attend American Leprosy Missions retreat

Invitation to attend American Leprosy Missions retreat

Dan and Babs Izzett extend their invitation to attend the American Leprosy Missions’ 2016 Presidential Retreat. Read the interview about Dan’s journey with leprosy here: “That the life of Jesus may be manifested: An interview with Dan Izzett“   We are returning to the USA in April to be at the ALM Presidential Retreat & […]

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    Amos Yong is Professor of Theology & Mission and director of the Center for Missiological Research at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena. His graduate education includes degree...

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