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Coming in the Spring 2012 (15:2) Issue

The Spring 2012 issue will continue with Part 2 of “Forming a Community of the Spirit: Hospitality, Fellowship, and Nurture,” from Steven M. Fettke, God’s Empowered People: A Pentecostal Theology of the Laity (Wipf & Stock 2011).

The second part of “The Third Wave” from Henry I. Lederle’s latest book, Theology with Spirit: The Future of the Pentecostal & Charismatic Movements in the Twenty-first Century.

Some reviews to look for in the Spring 2012 issue:

Tony Richie reviews Alister McGrath’s book, The Passionate Intellect: Christian Faith and the Discipleship of the Mind from IVP (2010).

John Lathrop reviews the last book written by Evangelical leader John Stott, The Radical Disciple: Some Neglected Aspects of Our Calling (InterVarsity, 2010).

Woodrow Walton reviews Trajectories in the Book of Acts: Essays in Honor of John Wesley Wyckoff from Wipf & Stock Publishers (2010), edited by Paul Alexander, Jordan Daniel May, and Robert G. Reid.

Andrew Gabriel looks at the latest edition of Across the Spectrum: Understanding Issues in Evangelical Theology (Baker Academic, 2009) by Gregory A. Boyd and Paul Rhodes Eddy.

Churchmorph: how megatrends are reshaping Christian Communities (Baker Academic, 2009) by Eddie Gibbs is reviewed by Jim Purves.

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