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Fall 2010: Other Significant Articles

AG Heritage 2010Dale M. Coulter, “Pentecostals and Monasticism: A Common Spirituality?” AG Heritage 2010, pages 42-49.

Professor Coulter invites us to discover some of the surprising similarities between these two renewal movements.

Full issue of AG Heritage: ifphc.org/pdf/Heritage/2010.pdf (updated Mar 10, 2014)

 

W. Rodman MacIlvaine III, “How Churches Become Missional” Bibliotheca Sacra 167 (April-June 2010), pages 216-233.

MacIlvaine says it is crisis that drives churches to become missional. He explores what such crisis may look like and discusses the crucible model of leadership.

 

Enrichment Spring 2010Enrichment (Spring 2010).

The theme of this issue is “Church and Law: Navigating the Legal Maze.” Find articles on estate planning for pastors, finding legal counsel and several others including: Frank Sommerville, “Rendering to Caesar What is Caesar’s: How Tax Laws Affect the Church” and an interview with Richard R. Hammar, Bradley Jacob and Michael Paulsen discussing the US First Amendment and religious liberty.

Full issue of Enrichment Spring 2010: enrichmentjournal.ag.org/201002

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