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From the Editor's Desk: Summer 1999

From the Editor’s Desk: Summer 1999

One Year! Exciting is one word to describe what the editors and writers have seen happen this year. From a humble beginning, the Pneuma Foundation and the Pneuma Review journal have grown to have international recognition and (we trust) spiritual impact. It is a blessing to be a part of this ministry, for we know […]

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John Maxwell and Jim Dornan: Becoming a Person of Influence

John Maxwell and Jim Dornan: Becoming a Person of Influence

  John Maxwell and Jim Dornan, Becoming a Person of Influence: How to Positively Impact the Lives of Others (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1997), 214 pages. In one of his latest of a growing list of writings, John Maxwell, pastor, conference speaker, and leadership mentor teams up with businessman Jim Dornan to write, Becoming a Person […]

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Local Church Missions for the New Millennium

Local Church Missions for the New Millennium

  Debra Wood, “Local Church Missions for the New Millennium” Ministries Today 17:2 (March/April 1999). Pages 64-68. As the new millennium approaches, amidst all the sensationalism and millennial hype, there is at least one positive emphasis shining through all the nervous excitements: renewed zeal for missions and evangelism. A number of articles about missions and […]

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Are Miraculous Gifts for Today? Four Views

Are Miraculous Gifts for Today? Four Views

  Wayne Grudem, ed., Are Miraculous Gifts for Today? Four Views (Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1996), 368 pages, ISBN 9780310201557. Are the supernatural gifts for today? In this book, four different authors from four different viewpoints have sought to answer that question. Could it be better? The four views represented are Pentecostal/charismatic, Third Wave, […]

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Vinson Synan: The Second Comers

Vinson Synan: The Second Comers

  Vinson Synan, “Pentecostal Millennialism: The Second Comers: At first, the gift of tongues meant one thing: Jesus was returning soon” Christian History, Issue 61, pp. 38-39 The Christianity Today publication Christian History has recently featured an issue on the history of eschatology, answering the question: What have believers taught and believed about the return […]

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Pastor's Paraklesis: Character

Pastor’s Paraklesis: Character

  Editor Note: This issue introduces an on-going word of exhortation from Pastor C. J. Halquist. He has served as a pastor for over 35 years in the Assemblies of God, serving the last 16 years at Central Assembly of God in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Pastor Halquist has been ministering to other shepherds and those […]

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Praying in the Spirit: Focus of the Charismatic Experience: Tongues, the Holy Spirit, or Christ?

Praying in the Spirit: Focus of the Charismatic Experience: Tongues, the Holy Spirit, or Christ?

The third chapter of the Praying in the Spirit Series. The strongest criticisms leveled at the charismatic renewal seem to center on two theories: one, the experience is tongues-centered, and two, the experience is Spirit-centered. The two have in common, of course, the inference that the source and focus of the baptism and its attendant gifts […]

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The Full Picture of Passover

The Full Picture of Passover

Learn a First-Century Jewish perspective of Passover from Messianic teacher Kevin Williams.   Within the overall context of Passover, the details for the Christian to experience are few. We know little of a typical four hour celebration meal. Little of the preparatory cleaning that goes into making a house “kosher” for Passover. We know virtually […]

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Baptism in the Spirit: Is it Normal to Receive At or After Conversion?

Baptism in the Spirit: Is it Normal to Receive At or After Conversion?

  Pastor Michael Peters looks at the Baptism with the Spirit in light of the whole salvation experience.   Editorial Introduction This article is a chapter from Michael Peter’s book In Defense of Charismatics. In Defense was written as a response to John MacArthur’s book Charismatic Chaos and as a defense of charismatic beliefs and […]

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Tongues and Other Miraculous Gifts in the Second Through Nineteenth Centuries, Part 4: From the 13th to the 18th Centuries

Tongues and Other Miraculous Gifts in the Second Through Nineteenth Centuries, Part 4: From the 13th to the 18th Centuries

  Richard M. Riss presents evidence for the operation of the gifts of the Spirit throughout the Church Age.   Clare of Montefalco Among several thirteenth-century figures we have discussed, St. Clare of Montefalco (d. 1308) has had a number of miracles attributed to her, as well as frequent ecstasies and supernatural gifts, which she […]

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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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