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Fall 2018: Other Significant Articles

Richard R. Hammar, “Creating Sexual Harassment Policies for Church Workplaces: The growing numbers of allegations highlight the need for appropriate responsesChurch Law & Tax Report (March/April 2018).

 

Jim Linzey, “5 Valuable Leadership Principles from Psalm 37Ministry Today (May 30, 2018).

 

Brian Neil Peterson, “Does Genesis 2 Support Same-Sex Marriage? An Evangelical Response” JETS 60:4 (December 2017).

Abstract: “The rapid moral and cultural changes in Western society have not left the evangelical church unscathed. Instead, an increasing number of scholars, self-professed evangelicals included, are lining up to offer their affirming interpretations of the key biblical texts related to the same-sex discussion. One area in particular that has seen a seismic shift within evangelical circles in the push for the acceptance of ‘Christian’ same-sex marriage. The purpose of marriage to combat loneliness as found in Genesis 2 vis-à-vis the mandate of procreation in Gen 1:26-28 represents the heart of the debate. Does Genesis 2 support same-sex marriage on the basis of kinship ties as opposed to procreation as taught in Gen 1:26-28? This paper argues that affirming scholars have misinterpreted Gen 2:18-25 as promoting only kinship ties and not procreation as well. Moreover, Gen 2:18-25 must be read in light on Gen 1:26-28. Indeed, Gen 2:18, 20, and 24 serve as the basis for promoting procreation and physical fittedness within marriage. This paper will also show how a number of ancillary arguments used as biblical ‘support’ for same-sex marriage are either false dichotomies or are simply wrong when placed against the rubric of Scripture. Only one paradigm for marriage appears within the Bible, namely, heterosexual marriage established by God himself in Gen 2:24 and reaffirmed by Jesus in Matthew 19 and Mark 10.”

Beth Coetzee, “Tzaneen: One woman and her thirty year missionLetaba Herald (September 29, 2018).

John Lathrop writes: “Here is an article from an African newspaper about Nancy Hudson, who is a missionary in my denomination, and CASA Ministries” (Christian Assemblies of South Africa).

Kate Shellnutt, “Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Christian Doctor Who Heals Rape Victims: Congolese gynecologist Denis Mukwege is on a crusade for women’s dignityChristianity Today (October 2018).

 

Revisiting a classic: Richard M. Riss, “Singing in the Spirit in the Holiness, Pentecostal, Latter Rain, and Charismatic Movements” Pentecostal-Charismatic Theological Inquiry International (July 28, 1995)

 

Jonathan Merritt, “It’s Getting Harder to Talk About God: The decline in our spiritual vocabulary has many real-world consequences” New York Times (October 13, 2018).

Thanks to PneumaReview.com author William De Arteaga for pointing out this article.

Franklin Hall Collection Deposited at Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center” iFPHC.org (October 18, 2018).

 

Interview with Roger Olson about 14th Edition of The Handbook of Denominations in the United States Bible Gateway (October 30, 2018).

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