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Coming in the Spring 2001 (4:2) Issue

We are making preparations (see the Editor’s notes) for the Spring 2001 issue of the Pneuma Review to have the first installment of portions of The Gift of Prophecy in the New Testament and Today by Wayne Grudem. Grudem’s exposition of 1 Corinthians 12-14 is not to be missed.

 

The Praying in the Spirit Series by Robert W. Graves continues with Singing in the Spirit. Robert Graves looks into what glossolalic singing is, its blessing of drawing us nearer to Jesus, and its prophetic implications.

 

Pentecostalism and Ecumenism by Amos Yong. Professor Amos Yong investigates what the much maligned ecumenical movement is really all about and offers a challenge to rethink our stereotypes. The second of five installments will appear in the Spring 2001 issue.

 

The Worship Leader Series continues with “How to Birth Worship Leadership”by David Crabtree.

 

Messianic teacher Kevin Williams will continue his Messianic Foundations Series by starting a mini-series on the Gospel of Matthew. Rabbi Kevin will be looking at the Hebraisms and Jewish background often missed to reveal beautiful prophetic pictures fulfilled at the coming of Messiah. Be sure to read every installment of this unique commentary on the Gospel to the Hebrews.

 

Kingdom Theology, Part 2 concludes the study by David Burns on the Scriptural centrality of the kingdom of God.

 

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