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Coming in the Fall 2011 (14:4) Issue


Read a chapter from Steven M. Fettke’s new book, God’s Empowered People: A Pentecostal Theology of the Laity (Wipf & Stock 2011).


“How should we lead the church?” Eric Scalise continues the conversation with his article, “Healthy Leadership and the High Cost of Caring.”


Some reviews to look for in the Fall 2011 issue:

Pentecostal scholar Amos Yong reviews the new book by Miroslav Volf, Allah: A Christian Response (HarperOne, 2011).

N. T. Wright’s 2009 book, Justification: God’s Plan and Paul’s Vision from IVP Academic, contributing to the on-going discussion on atonement and Paul’s perspective, is reviewed by John Poirier.

John Miller reviews Jamie Smith’s first contribution to the Pentecostal Manifestos series from Eerdmans: James K. A. Smith, Thinking in Tongues: Pentecostal Contributions to Christian Philosophy.

Wolfgang Vondey tells us that at least three rewards are in store for readers of Mark J. Cartledge’s book, Testimony in the Spirit: Rescripting Ordinary Pentecostal Theology.


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About the Author: The editors are Raul Mock, Mike Dies, Joe Joslin, and Jim Dettmann with significant input from other writers including John Lathrop, Amos Yong, Tony Richie, and Kevin Williams.

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