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Coming in the Winter 2012 (15:1) Issue

Gods-Empowered-PeopleThe Winter 2012 issue will feature part 1 of Chapter Five from Steven M. Fettke, God’s Empowered People: A Pentecostal Theology of the Laity (Wipf & Stock 2011), “Forming a Community of the Spirit: Hospitality, Fellowship, and Nurture.”

 

John P. LathropJohn Lathrop continues our conversation about church leadership with his article, “Principles of Church Leadership.”

Theology with Spirit

 

Coming highly recommended from The Pneuma Review editorial committee, a chapter from Henry I. Lederle’s latest book, Theology with Spirit: The Future of the Pentecostal & Charismatic Movements in the Twenty-first Century. “The Third Wave: New Independent Charismatic Churches,” Part 1.

 

Some reviews to look for in the Winter 2012 issue:

Amos YongAmos Yong reviews the four volume set by George M. Flattery, A Biblical Theology of the Holy Spirit (Global University, 2009).

 

Women in the World of the Earliest ChristiansLynn H. Cohick, Women in the World of the Earliest Christians: Illuminating Ancient Ways of Life (Baker Academic, 2009) is reviewed by John Miller.

 

http://pneumareview.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/BWoolnoughWMa-HolisticMission.jpgTony Richie reviews an important book from the Regnum Edinburgh 2010 Series, Holistic Mission: God’s Plan for God’s People, edited by Brian Woolnough and Wonsuk Ma.

 

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