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Touched by the Wind: The Charismatic Movement in the Episcopal Church

Touched by the Wind: The Charismatic Movement in the Episcopal Church

By D. William Faupel As appearing the Summer 2000 issue of The Pneuma Review My mother met me at the door, her face bursting with excitement. “You will never guess what has happened,” she exclaimed. Before I could respond, she continued, “Pentecost has come to the Episcopalians!” The year was 1961. I was a senior […]

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Should Christians Expect Miracles Today? Objections and Answers from the Bible, Part 2, by Wayne A. Grudem

Should Christians Expect Miracles Today? Objections and Answers from the Bible, Part 2, by Wayne A. Grudem

8. Doesn’t Hebrews 2:3 tell us that miracles were restricted to the apostles, “those who heard him”? In Hebrews 2:3-4, the author says about the message of salvation, It was declared at first by the Lord, and it was attested to us by those who heard him, while God also bore witness23  by signs and […]

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Answering the Cessationists’ Case against Continuing Spiritual Gifts, by Jon Ruthven

Answering the Cessationists’ Case against Continuing Spiritual Gifts, by Jon Ruthven

In the preceding article, we left our friend, George, the novice charismatic whose excited testimony ran into a wall of biblical-sounding arguments from his pastor, a cessationist.1 This article offered a kind of pocket guide of “pro” charismatic arguments which George (or you, gentle reader) can photocopy and send to your cessationist friends for comment. […]

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Should Christians Expect Miracles Today? Objections and Answers from the Bible, Part 1, by Wayne A. Grudem

Should Christians Expect Miracles Today? Objections and Answers from the Bible, Part 1, by Wayne A. Grudem

Should we expect the Holy Spirit to work in powerful, miraculous ways in connection with the preaching of the gospel and the life of the Church today? This has been the claim of John Wimber and the Vineyard movement, and of others within what is called the “third wave” of renewal by the Holy Spirit.1  […]

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Vinson Synan: Pentecostal Trends of the 90's

Vinson Synan: Pentecostal Trends of the 90’s

Vinson Synan, “Pentecostal Trends of the 90’s” Ministries Today (May/June 1999, Vol. 17, No. 3), pages 60-64, 77. Leading church historian and theologian Vinson Synan gives an overview of the trends and directions the Pentecostal/charismatic movement have taken is the final decade of the Second Millennium. Professor Synan begins with a broad view of some […]

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Summer 1999: Other Significant Articles

Summer 1999: Other Significant Articles

“From Luther to Carey: Pietism and the Modern Missionary Movement,” Kenneth Mulholland. Bibliotheca Sacra 156 (Jan-Mar 1999), pp. 85-95. This article in Bibliotheca Sacra, the quarterly theological journal of the predominately cessationist school Dallas Theological Seminary, takes an historical look at the modern missions movement. Professor Kenneth Mulholland describes how the hyper-Calvinism and conversely the […]

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Coming in Fall 1999

Coming in Fall 1999

Chayim Mayim: The Living Waters by Kevin Williams will continue his Messianic Foundations Series. Expect a powerful message about the incorruptible life of Messiah dwelling in every believer.   The Praying in the Spirit Series by Robert W. Graves continues with Just What Is the Nature of the Prayer Language? Author Robert Graves presents a […]

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Messianic Pictures in the Temple Sacrificial System

Messianic Pictures in the Temple Sacrificial System

  “… all things which are written about Me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.” (Luke 24:44 NAS) These words of Jesus are both wonderful and mysterious. It is easy to see the messianic implications of a passage such as Psalms 22 or Isaiah 53, and the […]

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John Pester: Jesus Christ: Last Adam, Life-giving Spirit

John Pester: Jesus Christ: Last Adam, Life-giving Spirit

  John Pester, “Jesus Christ: Last Adam, Life-giving Spirit,” Affirmation and Critique, Vol. 3, No. 4 (Oct. 1998). Affirmation and Critique is a quarterly which addresses theological subjects in a continuum. Through a variety of articles by numerous authors, the last seven issues have focused on the person and work of Christ in a weighty […]

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Internet Resources

Internet Resources

  The Internet You probably already know that the Internet has become a tremendous resource to many pastors, professors and Bible students. It can be a seamless tool for research of all kinds, from locating a Bible school to looking up ancient sources. In this issue, just a few of the countless internet resources that […]

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Coming in Summer 1999

Coming in Summer 1999

The Full Picture of Passover by Kevin Williams will continue his Messianic Foundations Series.   The Praying in the Spirit Series by Robert W. Graves continues with The Focus of the Charismatic Experience: Tongues, the Holy Spirit, or Christ?   Baptism with the Spirit: Is it Normal to Receive at or after Conversion? by Michael […]

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Gary Derickson: The Cessation of Healing Miracles in Paul’s Ministry

Gary Derickson: The Cessation of Healing Miracles in Paul’s Ministry

Gary W. Derickson, “The Cessation of Healing Miracles in Paul’s Ministry”, Bibliotheca Sacra, Issue 155 (July-September 1998), p. 299-315. This article by the Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Western Baptist College attempts to show that Paul’s ability to heal diminished towards the end of his ministry and finally ceased. Professor Derickson gives an introduction […]

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David D. Daniels: They Had a Dream

David D. Daniels: They Had a Dream

David D. Daniels, “They Had a Dream: Racial harmony broke down, but the hope did not,” Christian History, Issue 58, Vol. 17, No. 2, p. 19. David D. Daniels provides an insightful look at the uniquely interracial roots of early Pentecostals and some of the problems they encountered. He begins with a brief look at […]

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John Bevere: Breaking Intimidation

John Bevere: Breaking Intimidation

John Bevere, Breaking Intimidation (Creation House, 1995), 205 pages, ISBN 9781591858812. Like their worldly counterparts, Christian bookstores today seem to be laden with self-help or, if you will, “spiritual” pop psychology books. Breaking Intimidation is no such book. Author John Bevere confronts head on a spiritual problem most of us encounter at one time or […]

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