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Fall 2009: Other Significant Articles

Philip Jenkins, “Unenthusiastic About Enthusiasm: Modern suspicions about charismatic Christianity trace back to controversies over the French Prophets 300 years ago” (

Speaking in tongues, the sick being healed, the dead raised to life, the soon coming apocalypse … in 1709.

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Bruce Hindmarsh, “And Can It Be?: Charles Wesley gets his turn” Books & Culture (May/June 2009).

Charles’ later ecclesial and theological differences with his brother John and John’s disciples led to Charles’ monumental contributions to early Methodism being downplayed and forgotten.

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Francis MacNutt, “God has the power to Heal” Charisma (May 2009), pages 40-43.

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LJ2009q1Chris Armstrong, “When Details Get You Down: Maintaining a spiritual life amid war, famine, and plague is what made Gregory the Great” Leadership Journal (Feb 2009).

What can we learn from the monk-pope that faced so many crises and yet made choices that led to such lasting change? “Pastors, insisted Gregory, must live a higher life, one that combines both action and contemplation.”

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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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