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Coming in the Winter 2005 (8:1) Issue

 

Kevin Williams continues his Messianic Foundations Series with the sixteenth chapter in a mini-series on the Gospel of Matthew. In the coming issue, Kevin will be looking at the final week of Jesus’ life on earth with the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and how even then he was meeting Jewish expectations of the coming Redeemer.

 

 

When the Gospel writer John used the word anointing, did he mean something different from how other New Testament writers used the term? Robert Graves writes for the Winter 2005 issue: “The Johannine Anointing: Focusing on Truth

 

 

The Winter 2005 issue continues the study of Biblical interpretation with Professor Craig Keener. “Using Cultural Background” continues the lesson of studying the historical backdrop in which the scriptures were written and first read. Numerous passages will be interpreted by Professor Keener in this study to give you some working examples that will help you learn better how to interpret God’s Word.

 

 

Some of the book and periodical reviews you will see:

First Nations leader Richard Twiss offers a unique perspective in a review essay of the book Whose Religion Is Christianity? The Gospel beyond the West, by Lamin Sanneh.

Skip Jenkins will be reviewing the recent article “Whither Pentecostal Scholarship? The overlap between ‘people with the Spirit’ and ‘people with Ph.D.’s.’” by Arlene M. Sánchez Walsh that appeared in Books & Culture (May/June 2004).

Graham Old writes an extended review of the anti-charismatic book The Healing Promise by Richard Mayhue.

Wolfgang Vondey reviews Gift & Giver: The Holy Spirit for Today by Craig S. Keener.

 

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