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Category: Summer 2020

Summer 2020: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2020: Other Significant Articles

Craig Keener, “Interview with Donna Covington about racism and the murder of her son” YouTube.com (July 2, 2020). Craig Keener introduces the link to this interview by saying, “Donna Covington is Asbury’s vice president of formation and served as a top executive in a major corporation. Shortly after his graduation from college, her son, with […]

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Receiving the Baptism in the Holy Spirit: A Testimony

Receiving the Baptism in the Holy Spirit: A Testimony

Have you had difficulty receiving the baptism in the Holy Spirit, or is it difficult for you to help others receive it? With Scriptural teaching, it is very simple to understand and receive. I would like to share one example of how easy this can be. In January 1991, I attended the National Reserve Officers […]

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Daniela Augustine: The Spirit and the Common Good

Daniela Augustine: The Spirit and the Common Good

Daniela C. Augustine, The Spirit and the Common Good: Shared Flourishing in the Image of God (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2019), 272 pages, ISBN 9780802843852. It is easy to agree that human beings are created in the image of God. More debate may arise if we widen the idea to say that humankind as a whole—humanity […]

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New Creation Healing Center: A Convergence of Whole-Person Ministry

New Creation Healing Center: A Convergence of Whole-Person Ministry

If you had the good fortune of driving through Kingston, New Hampshire, on some bright fall day you might have the good fortune of noticing a boxy 18th Century type building with a fenced “widow’s walk” on top. This recently build structure is the meeting, workshops and events building to a truly remarkable organization, New […]

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Frank Bartleman: Azusa Street

Frank Bartleman: Azusa Street

Pastor Joseph Fiorentino reviews a classic book about the Azusa Street Revival in the early Twentieth Century, the birthplace of the Pentecostal movement.   Frank Bartleman, Azusa Street: An Eyewitness Account to the Birth of the Pentecostal Revival (New Kensington, PA: Whitaker House, 1982), 171 pages, ISBN 9780883686386. The turn of the twentieth century marked […]

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Veli-Matti Karkkainen: Hope and Community

Veli-Matti Karkkainen: Hope and Community

Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, Hope and Community: A Constructive Christian Theology for the Pluralistic World, Vol. 5. (Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Press, 2017), x-574 pages with indices. Hope and Community constitutes the fifth and final of the planned volumes for Kärkkäinen’s opus, A Constructive Christian Theology for the Pluralistic World. Constructive theology is different from […]

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Michael Brown: The Power of Music

Michael Brown: The Power of Music

Michael L. Brown, The Power of Music: God’s Call to Change The World One Song At A Time (Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2019), 224 pages, ISBN 9781629995953. Dr. Michael Brown is a very well-known author who is quite prolific. He seems to be ever widening the field of topics that he writes about. The Power […]

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Worried About the Election? What We Need is Revival

Worried About the Election? What We Need is Revival

Many Christians are in fear, almost panic, that a Biden-Harris win this November will bring about a renewed secularization of America and Christian persecution. There is some danger that such an administration would take a radical turn, but historian Dr. William De Arteaga is far less pessimistic. In this essay, he reflects on the election […]

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Discerning Dreams

Discerning Dreams

Paul King is a pastor, theologian, historian, and educator. In his book, Is It of God, he provided much needed biblical and practical counsel about discernment. This article is a chapter from the second volume of Is It of God, bringing seasoned wisdom to a controversial topic.   It is clear from Scripture that God […]

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Christianity, Marxism, and Social Justice

Christianity, Marxism, and Social Justice

Join Antipas Harris for a live conversation about faith, Marxism, and Black Lives Matter.   Update: Follow the link below for watch the dialogue.   I would like to invite you to join me TONIGHT for an intellectually and spiritually invigorating Live Streaming conversation with highly acclaimed sociologist and practical theologian Bryan Froehle, Ph.D. In light of […]

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Jack Deere: Why I Am Still Surprised by the Power of the Spirit

Jack Deere: Why I Am Still Surprised by the Power of the Spirit

Jack S. Deere, Why I Am Still Surprised by the Power of the Spirit: Discovering How God Speaks and Heals Today (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Reflective, 2020), 320 pages, ISBN 9780310108115. Most of Jack Deere’s books have dealt with the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit, this present volume is no exception. Some of the material […]

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Showing Love to America’s Church Leaders

Showing Love to America’s Church Leaders

“Bless Your Pastor” Aims to Show Love to America’s Church Leaders. Amid COVID-19, the National Association of Evangelicals launches a grant-funded “wave of sharing and caring.” With nine out of every 10 pastors in America under “financial pressure,” and six out of 10 churches facing giving declines during the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Association of […]

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On Pulling Down Statues

On Pulling Down Statues

Sometimes it is good and proper to pull down statues, sometimes ambiguous, and sometimes the motives are troubling. What are the spiritual issues? Christian historian Rev. William De Arteaga, known to Pneuma Review readers as a scholar of the healing ministry and revivals, discusses several subjects in an article (on another site) about statue toppling […]

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Led by The Spirit: Regrouping and Moving Forward

Led by The Spirit: Regrouping and Moving Forward

This excerpt from Led by the Spirit: The History of the American Assemblies of God Missionaries in the Philippines is the third chapter. Missionary-scholar Dave Johnson has brought together a chronicle of over 300 Pentecostal missionaries serving in the Philippines from 1926 through the first decade of the new Millennium.   Regrouping and Moving Forward […]

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