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Category: Summer 2018

Churches Bring #MeToo To The Pulpit

Churches Bring #MeToo To The Pulpit

100 Pastors Preach Out Against Sexual and Domestic Violence Washington, DC – High profile cases of pastors and priests both perpetuating sexual violence or covering up domestic violence have dominated the media in recent months. As a nation we have witnessed a rush to silence or blame women by individuals claiming to represent entire denominations. This […]

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Summer 2018: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2018: Other Significant Articles

Roger E. Olson, “Remembering the Difference between Patriotism and Nationalism” Patheos (July 1, 2018).   Mandy Smith, “When Your Calling Feels Like Death: Doing God’s will, even in ministry, isn’t always fun and flourishing” CT Pastors (June 2018).   Cletus Hull, “My Church is a Mental Hospital” Fuller 11 (2018). An article from PneumaReview.com author […]

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Edward Irving's Incarnational Christology, Part 1

Edward Irving’s Incarnational Christology, Part 1

Edward Irving’s Incarnational Christology: A Theological Examination of Irving’s Notion of Christ’s Sinful Flesh as it relates to the Fullness of the Incarnation In this three-part series, Trevor Martindale gives us an in-depth look at how Edward Irving, one of the 19th Century’s most important church leaders, understood the meaning of God coming in the […]

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A Pentecostal Season: Bibliography

A Pentecostal Season: Bibliography

This bibliography is part of an excerpt from The Supernatural Thread in Methodism: Signs and Wonders Among Methodists Then and Now by Methodist historian and renewalist Frank Billman.   Related Articles: Frank Billman’s introduction to “A Pentecostal Season: The Methodists in England and America” “A Pentecostal Season: The Methodists in England and America,” Part 1 […]

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A Pentecostal Season: The Methodists in England and America, Part 1

A Pentecostal Season: The Methodists in England and America, Part 1

In this excerpt from his book, The Supernatural Thread in Methodism: Signs and Wonders Among Methodists Then and Now, Methodist historian and renewalist Frank Billman reveals how miracles and supernatural interventions were widespread in the ministries of John Wesley and the early Methodists.   Miraculous healing, falling down under the power, tongues … Is this […]

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A Pentecostal Season: Author Introduction

A Pentecostal Season: Author Introduction

Author’s Introduction for excerpt from The Supernatural Thread in Methodism: Signs and Wonders Among Methodists Then and Now Baptism in the Holy Spirit for power and manifestations of the power of God in healing, deliverance from demons, angelic encounters, falling over, crying out, shouting, jumping, dancing, laughing, trances, dreams, visions, and other such behaviors are […]

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The Holy Spirit’s Presence in Your Brain During Sleep

The Holy Spirit’s Presence in Your Brain During Sleep

One of the things I love about studying the doctrine of the Holy Spirit is that it helps me learn how to discern where the Spirit is at work in the world around me. And from my study I have come to conclude that the Spirit is at work in my brain while I’m sleeping. […]

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Pentecostal Theology in Africa

Pentecostal Theology in Africa

Clifford R. Clarke, ed., Pentecostal Theology in Africa, African Christian Studies Series (Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2014). This compendium of articles put together by Clifton Clarke excels in being a clear, carefully presented and carefully argued account, taking a variety of different theologically-rooted angles on AP (African Pentecostalism). As would be expected, the tone is […]

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Jakob Thorsen: Charismatic Practice and Catholic Parish Life

Jakob Thorsen: Charismatic Practice and Catholic Parish Life

Jakob Egeris Thorsen, Charismatic Practice and Catholic Parish Life: The Incipient Pentecostalization of the Church in Guatemala and Latin America, Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies 17 (Leiden: Brill, 2015) x + 242 pages, ISBN 9789004291669. Recent scholarship on the rapid expansion of Christianity in the Global South consistently affirms the Pentecostalization of the church. Scholars […]

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Lee Strobel: The Case for Miracles

Lee Strobel: The Case for Miracles

Lee Strobel, The Case for Miracles: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for the Supernatural (Zondervan, 2018), 320 pages, ISBN 9780310259183 The Case for Miracles marks the latest installment in Lee Strobel’s series of “The Case for…” books. Strobel, a former atheist and award winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, is probably best known for his […]

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Interceding for Healing

Interceding for Healing

A posting from the Rev. Dr. William De Arteaga on ways of engaging in effective long-distance healing prayer. Like much of his work, this has the potential to be both edifying and controversial. I call a certain form of intercessory prayer “spirit to spirit prayer.” It is generally long distance intercessory prayer of a special […]

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Keep Advancing the Dream

Keep Advancing the Dream

Today is an important day in history. August 28th, 1963, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” Speech on the on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. during the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.” We’ve come a long way since then; and, we […]

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Medieval Lay Mystics

Medieval Lay Mystics

Christian History Institute (CHI), publisher of Christian History magazine (CHM), announces its latest issue, titled: Medieval Lay Mystics. The entire issue explores a mysterious question for many Christians, historians and scholars – What did it look like and what did it feel like to be a medieval Christian? Spanning four vivid centuries, from 1000 to 1473, CHM issue #127 takes an […]

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The Quest for the Primitive Church

The Quest for the Primitive Church

As a historian of the persecution that Bulgarian Pentecostals endured under Soviet control, Dr. Dony Donev has much to say about becoming an earnest, Bible-believing community of believers.   The meaning of life is hidden behind the answers of the existential questions: Who am I? Why am I here? What follows next? The narrow road […]

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