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Coming in the Fall 2004 (7:4) Issue

 

Messianic teacher Kevin Williams continues his Messianic Foundations Series with part 15 of his series on Matthew. In the Fall issue, we shall begin the examination of the sometimes-thorny issue of “forgiveness.”

 

J. Rodman William’s book The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today (Logos, 1980) will conclude in the Fall issue with his Epilogue.

 

The Fall 2004 issue continues the study of Biblical interpretation with Professor Craig Keener. “Bible Background” continues the lesson of studying the full context, even that which may not be obvious, to understand clearly what the inspired author intended.

 

Historian Eddie Hyatt will be sharing the fruit of his research into the alleged racism that has been attributed to Pentecostal pioneer Charles Parham. Was Parham a racist, or should he actually be given credit for encouraging a “colorblind” revival of Christianity? Was the rift between Parham and William Seymour ever mended?

 

How Much Does God Control? The dialogue about free will and sovereignty comes to a close in the next issue with responses from readers and the closing statement from our third panelist. If you have a comment or statement you would like to add, please see the article in this issue to learn how to contact the editor.

 

 

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