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Joy Beyond Understanding: Common Ground in Suffering and Worship among Eastern European Christians During the Communist Era

Joy Beyond Understanding: Common Ground in Suffering and Worship among Eastern European Christians During the Communist Era

PneumaReview.com invites you to read this paper by Professor Eugen Jugaru and discuss the connection between joy and suffering. Abstract Suffering for the Christian faith and Christian worship exuberance, paradoxically have a common ground: a joy beyond understanding which comes from the Holy Spirit. The reality of this unusual and passionate experience: joy in sufferings […]

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Spiritual Transformation through Pentecostal Testimony, by Tony Richie

Spiritual Transformation through Pentecostal Testimony, by Tony Richie

A presentation by Tony Richie at Ministers’ Week 2014 at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary.

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An Exegetical Glimpse into the Pauline Usage of Charismata and Oikodomen in 1 Corinthians 12:1-7: A solution for Ecclesiastical Disunity in 21st Century

An Exegetical Glimpse into the Pauline Usage of Charismata and Oikodomen in 1 Corinthians 12:1-7: A solution for Ecclesiastical Disunity in 21st Century

PneumaReview.com invites you to interact with this academic paper by Pastor Adeboye Godwin. Abstract Today it is most difficult to teach or write about the Holy Spirit. This is because there are several arguments, different teachings, various thoughts, different beliefs and divisions arising from the teaching on the Holy Spirit. The aspect of doctrine of […]

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Ben Witherington: New Testament Rhetoric

Ben Witherington: New Testament Rhetoric

Ben Witherington III, New Testament Rhetoric: An Introductory Guide to the Art of Persuasion in and of the New Testament (Eugene: Cascade Books, 2009), x + 274 pages. Ben Witherington III is a Professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary, as well as St. Andrews University. In this text, Witherington addresses the issue that […]

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Report from the 2014 Charismatic Leaders Fellowship

Report from the 2014 Charismatic Leaders Fellowship

Charismatic  Leaders’ Fellowship (CLF) had its yearly meeting in  Bradenton, Florida, at Gerald Deristine’s Christian Retreat Center, on February 24 thru the 27th.  CLF is the descendent of the Charismatic Concerns Committee (CCC), an important group of charismatic and Pentecostal leaders formed in the 1970s to monitor, advise and correct the disparate currents and personalities […]

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The End of an Era? Does Skopos Theory Spell the End of the “Free vs. Literal” Paradigm? by Jonathan Downie

The End of an Era? Does Skopos Theory Spell the End of the “Free vs. Literal” Paradigm? by Jonathan Downie

Introduction While most discussion of Bible translations take place around the traditional “free vs. literal” debate, modern, non-Biblical translation theory has become suspicious of such easy dichotomies (e.g. Pym 1997: 39).  Many translation scholars now tend to examine translations based on the purpose for which they were written.1 This article will examine skopos theory, one […]

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Highlights from Society for Pentecostal Studies 2014

Highlights from Society for Pentecostal Studies 2014

PneumaReview.com editors Mike Dies and Raul Mock were able to attend the 43rd meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies held at Evangel University from March 6-8, 2014. Here is a small sample of highlights from the convention. From left to right: Byron D. Klaus, President, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. Raul Mock and Monte […]

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Ralph Martin: Will Many Be Saved? reviewed by Amos Yong

Ralph Martin: Will Many Be Saved? reviewed by Amos Yong

Ralph Martin, Will Many Be Saved? What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for the New Evangelization (Grand Rapids and Cambridge, UK: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2012), xvi + 316 pages, ISBN 9780802868879. Ralph Martin should be no stranger to those with some historical experience in or perspective on the charismatic renewal, especially […]

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Charles W. Fuller: The Trouble with "Truth through Personality"

Charles W. Fuller: The Trouble with “Truth through Personality”

Charles W. Fuller, The Trouble with “Truth through Personality”: Phillip Brooks, Incarnation, and the Evangelical Boundaries of Preaching (Eugene, Ore.: Wipf & Stock, 2010), 137 pages, ISBN 9781608994038. ‘Preaching is the bringing of truth through personality,’ stated Phillips Brooks, the former rector of Trinity Church in Boston and later Episcopal bishop of Massachusetts who lived […]

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The Globalization of Pentecostalism: A Review Article, by Paul Elbert

The Globalization of Pentecostalism: A Review Article, by Paul Elbert

  Murray W. Dempster, Byron D. Klaus, and Douglas Peterson (eds.), The Globalization of Pentecostalism: A Religion Made to Travel (Irvine, CA: Regnum International, 1999), ISBN 9781870345293. This guest review essay originally appeared in Trinity Journal and is reprinted here by permission of the author. This work[1] is the result of a conference in Costa […]

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Let the Bones Dance, reviewed by Timothy Lim Teck Ngern

Let the Bones Dance, reviewed by Timothy Lim Teck Ngern

Marcia W. Mount Shoop, Let the Bones Dance: Embodiment and the Body of Christ (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2010), 184 pages, ISBN 9780664234126. In Let the Bones Dance, ordained theologian-in-residence at University Presbyterian Church (Chapel Hill, North Carolina) Marcia Shoop produces a constructive theology (revised from her dissertation submitted to Emory University under […]

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Margaret Kostenberger's Jesus and the Feminists, Reviewed by Mara Lief Crabtree

Margaret Kostenberger’s Jesus and the Feminists, Reviewed by Mara Lief Crabtree

Margaret Elizabeth Kostenberger, Jesus and the Feminists: Who Do They Say That He Is? (Wheaton, Crossway, 2008), 253 pages, ISBN 9781581349597. Kostenberger, an adjunct professor of women’s studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, is an apologist for the male headship and complementarian viewpoints regarding women in ministry leadership. She “attempts to chronicle the feminist quest […]

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The Spirit of Augustine's Early Theology, reviewed by Tony Richie

The Spirit of Augustine’s Early Theology, reviewed by Tony Richie

Chad Tyler Gerber, The Spirit of Augustine’s Early Theology: Contextualizing Augustine’s Pneumatology (Farnham, Surrey, UK: Ashgate, 2012), 221 pages, ISBN 9781409424376. Chad Tyler Gerber is Assistant Professor of Theology at Walsh University, USA. This book is part of the Ashgate Studies in Philosophy and Theology in Late Antiquity. The series focuses on major theologians from […]

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J. Keir Howard's Medicine, Miracle and Myth in the New Testament, reviewed by David Seal

J. Keir Howard’s Medicine, Miracle and Myth in the New Testament, reviewed by David Seal

J. Keir Howard, Medicine, Miracle and Myth in the New Testament (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2010), 121 pages, ISBN 9781608992447. In his book Medicine, Miracle and Myth in the New Testament, J. Keir Howard has a simple aim, “to apply modern medical knowledge” to the study of miracles and illnesses recounted in the New […]

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