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Category: Spring 2018

Dean Merrill: Miracle Invasion

Dean Merrill: Miracle Invasion

Dean Merrill, Miracle Invasion: Amazing true stories of the Holy Spirit’s gifts at work today (Savage, MN: Broadstreet Publishing Group, 2018), 208 pages, ISBN 9781424556083. Dean Merrill is a veteran writer. He has written books of his own, has collaborated with others to help them tell their stories, and contributed to various publications. In this his […]

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Dean Merrill, A Higher Code

Dean Merrill, A Higher Code

Read an excerpt from Dean Merrill’s, Miracle Invasion: Amazing true stories of the Holy Spirit’s gifts at work today. David Killingsworth may have been the honored guest speaker that Sunday night at a multicultural church in Phoenix, but this didn’t stop a humble Navajo lady from approaching him at the end of the service to […]

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Why We Belong: Evangelical Unity and Denominational Diversity

Why We Belong: Evangelical Unity and Denominational Diversity

Anthony L. Chute, Christopher W. Morgan, and Robert A. Peterson, eds., Why We Belong: Evangelical Unity and Denominational Diversity (Wheaton, Illinois: Crossway Books, 2013), 251 pages, ISBN 9781433514838. Can Evangelicals unite amid its constituencies’ diverse denominational affiliation? Nine North American religious scholars from the Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Pentecostal and Presbyterian denominations explain how their […]

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Spring 2018: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2018: Other Significant Articles

Alexander Chow, “The Remarkable Story of China’s ‘Bible Women’: The history of Christianity in the world’s largest country can’t be told without acknowledging the female evangelists and pastors who built its church” Christianity Today (March 2018).   Christian History: Roger E. Olson, “An Almost Forgotten 20th Century Christian Theologian: Christoph Blumhardt” Patheos (March 25, 2018). […]

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Larry Christenson, How to Speak in Tongues

Larry Christenson, How to Speak in Tongues

What did God have in mind for you when he gave the gift of tongues to the church? What can you do to prepare yourself to receive this blessing? An excerpt from Larry Christenson’s classic work, Answering Your Questions About Speaking in Tongues.   What happens afterward in the lives of the people who pray […]

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Pentecostal Theology, Missions and History from Asian Perspective

Pentecostal Theology, Missions and History from Asian Perspective

I am pleased to announce that APTS Press has launched a brand new website, www.aptspress.org. On this website you will find: All of the new books that we have published over the last five years—all available at good prices. Over 200 articles on Pentecostal Theology, Missions and History, dating back to the beginning of the […]

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When it is Dangerous to Believe in Jesus

When it is Dangerous to Believe in Jesus

PneumaReview.com has received this introduction for a testimony about how God is working and drawing people to himself in places we might not expect. The commentator asked not to be identified as the author because of their own ministry in Muslim majority areas around the world.     In this video you will hear the […]

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Jeff Oliver: Pentecost To The Present: Worldwide Revivals and Renewal

Jeff Oliver: Pentecost To The Present: Worldwide Revivals and Renewal

Jeff Oliver, Pentecost To The Present: The Holy Spirit’s Enduring Work in the Church, Book Three: Worldwide Revivals and Renewal (Newberry, FL: Bridge-Logos, 2017), 320 pages, ISBN 9780912106366. Jeff Oliver has taken on the ambitious task of chronicling the charismatic work of the Holy Spirit throughout church history. He has done this by writing a three […]

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Evangelicalism is in Such a Sad State that we have to Add Caveats to Talk about Miracles

Evangelicalism is in Such a Sad State that we have to Add Caveats to Talk about Miracles

Evangelicals cannot make up their mind about miracles. They typically affirm the “supernatural in theory but deny it in practice.”[1] Although charismata’s scriptural precedent is acknowledged, many are persuaded that it “is not the essence of religion.”[2] Billy Graham, Evangelicalism’s chief architect, declared, “As we approach the end of the age … I believe we […]

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Clearing the Smoke, Fanning the Flames: An Interview with Michael Brown

Clearing the Smoke, Fanning the Flames: An Interview with Michael Brown

Pneuma Review speaks with Dr. Michael L. Brown about his story, Playing With Holy Fire, and encouraging the biblical use of spiritual gifts. PneumaReview.com: Briefly describe your own personal history in the Pentecostal/Charismatic church. Michael Brown: The Lord saved me in an Italian Pentecostal church in Queens, New York in 1971. That was my first […]

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Global Renewal Christianity: Latin America

Global Renewal Christianity: Latin America

Vinson Synan, Amos Yong, and Miguel Álvarez, eds., Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements—Past, Present, and Future, Volume 2: Latin America (Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2016), 544 pages, ISBN 9781629987675. Global Renewal Christianity: Latin America, provides a broad lens that not only captures the breath and the renewing influence of the Holy Spirit in the […]

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Religious Freedom Victory: US Supreme Court rules in favor of Colorado cake artist’s freedom

Religious Freedom Victory: US Supreme Court rules in favor of Colorado cake artist’s freedom

From the press release by Alliance Defending Freedom: “Two men filed a complaint with the state of Colorado after they asked cake artist Jack Phillips to design a wedding cake to celebrate their same-sex ceremony. In an exchange lasting about 30 seconds, Phillips politely declined, explaining that he would gladly make them any other type […]

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Study the Missionary Ministry of the Holy Spirit

Study the Missionary Ministry of the Holy Spirit

Mark Turney, Encountering God’s Missionary Spirit: A Missional Study of the Holy Spirit (Springfield, Missouri: AIA Publications, 2018). Mark Turney’s new book, Encountering God’s Missionary Spirit, is now available for free download in PDF e-book format from the Decade of Pentecost website. Mark is Associate Director of the Acts in Africa Initiative. The book presents the Holy […]

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Reflections on a Term at the Gregorian University

Reflections on a Term at the Gregorian University

A Pentecostal in Rome: Fuller Seminary Professor Mel Robeck shares his story about teaching a course at the Gregorian University in early 2018. Over the past thirty-one years, I have flown 127 round trips between Los Angeles and Europe. Eighteen of those trips have been to Rome, nearly all of which included work with the […]

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