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Fall 2002

  • Fred Heeren: Home Alone in the Universe?

    NGC_6744Fred Heeren, “Home Alone in the Universe?” First Things (Mar 2002, No 121), pages 38-46. I always enjoy reading contemporary articles that offer fresh evidence for faith in the God of the Bible, even if such “evidence” is somewhat indirect. I found this recently in a ... Read More
  • The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah, Part 7: Matthew 8 – 11:5, by Kevin M. Williams

    SecretCodes   Some scholars believe that when Yeshua (Jesus) and his disciples were walking the earth, messianic expectations were extremely high. There were those Hebrew scholars of the day who were well acquainted with Daniel chapter nine, and according to the “weeks” and “sevens,” they knew the ... Read More
  • President’s Page: Fall 2002

    Jim Dettmann 2005    The early Pentecostals had an expectation of the soon return of Jesus. That expectation drove them to urgently share Jesus with the world. This urgency is what has fueled the worldwide growth of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement. Let us talk about that for a moment. As Bible-believing ... Read More
  • Rodman Williams: The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today: Response

    images  The third chapter from Professor Williams’ book, The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today, about the greatest reality of our time.   Chapter Three: Response The human response to the giving of the Holy Spirit is essentially the praise of God. When human existence—individually and in community—is bathed ... Read More
  • Carismatismo en Cuba, reviewed by Francisco Arriola

    CarismatoEnCuba  Reinerio Arce, Manuel Quintero and Elizabeth Carrillo, eds., Carismatismo en Cuba (Quito, Ecuador: CLAI, 1997). This book is made up eight essays written by Cuban clergy and university faculty, which provide a panoramic view of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement inside Cuba. Six of the essays provide ... Read More
  • Fall 2002: Other Significant Articles

    pastel-leaf-1431968-m  Andy Butcher, “When It’s Hard to Believe” Charisma (April 2002), pages 38-46. What do your non-Christian neighbors really think about you and what you believe? Charisma asked a panel of unchurched people to explain how they see the church, offering an unflattering mirror of what we ... Read More
  • Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter: The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever

    TenGreatestRevivals-dark  Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter, The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever: From Pentecost to the Present (Destiny Image Publishers, 2000), 231 pages. I like history and I like revival history most of all. For this reason, I found this book enjoyable. It is an easy-to-read presentation of ... Read More
  • Grant Wacker: Heaven Below

    GWacker-HeavenBelow-9780674011281  Grant Wacker, Heaven Below: Early Pentecostals and American Culture (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2001), 377 pages. Readers of this journal tend to be inhabitants of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement, and are thus to some degree familiar with the theological terrain of the early Pentecostal movement. Pentecostals ... Read More
  • Doug Murren: Churches that Heal

    DMuren-ChurchesThatHeal  Doug Murren, Churches that Heal: Becoming a Church That Mends Broken Hearts and Restores Shattered Lives (W. Monroe, LA: Howard Publishing Company, 1999), 256 pages. The church needs to be about the work of healing people. Churches need to be places where the whole gospel is ... Read More
  • From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2002

    fireplace-105425-mFall is my favorite time of year. I enjoy the crisp mornings and pleasant evenings which are great for curling up with a book or your favorite journal. Even if you do not live in a crisp-autumny place like I do, may the Fall of ... Read More
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