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Fall 2018: Other Significant Articles

 

Now available online: The full text of Kurt Koch, Wine of God: The Holy Spirit Leads in All Truth (1974).

Pastor John Lathrop writes: “Kurt Koch’s book, The Wine of God, is about revivals in Indonesia, Formosa, the Solomon Islands, and South India. The book was published in 1974.”

Roger E. Olson, “The Prophethood of Every Believer” Patheos (November 13, 2018).

“Every Christian church ought to encourage every Christian to speak God’s Word, as he or she hears it, and give him or her a platform (metaphorically speaking) for expressing that message. Every mature Christian ought to speak out in some forum, in some form, about injustices among the church and/or secular rulers. When the prophetic ‘forthtelling’ message is given to the congregation, the elders (whether called that or not) ought to discern prayerfully whether it is from God. When it is given to the secular rulers only the priesthood of the believer prevents the prophet’s congregation from interfering even if they disagree with the message.”

Edd L. Hyatt, “How Socialism Very Nearly Destroyed the Pilgrims” CharismaNews.com (November 19, 2018).

 

Mike Mariani, “Catholic Exorcisms Are Gaining Popularity in the U.S.” The Atlantic (December 2018).

Of particular interest may be the data referenced in Frank Newport and Maura Strausberg, “Americans’ Belief in Psychic and Paranormal Phenomena Is up Over Last Decade: Belief in psychic healing and extrasensory perception top the list” (June 8, 2001) and more recently, Katie Jagel, “Poll Results: Exorcism” YouGov (September 17, 2013).

Andrew Wilson, “How to Tell the Difference Between a Prophet and a Crank: Truly biblical prophecy strengthens the church—without adding anything to the Bible” Christianity Today (November 27, 2018).

William De Arteaga comments: “Wonderful article on modern prophecy from Christianity Today.”

Roger E. Olson, “‘We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us’: Thoughts about American ‘Evangelicals’” Patheos (December 1, 2018).

Historian of Religion, Roger Olson, decries that Evangelicalism is the new Fundamentalism. “American evangelicalism today has become its own worst enemy. Evangelicals (in America) have rightly gained a reputation for being against things rather than being for Jesus and the gospel and compassion for the weak and vulnerable people Jesus cared for.”

As With Elijah, God Uses Ordinary People to Do Extraordinary Things: An Interview with R.T. Kendall” BibleGateway.com (December 4, 2018).

In this quick read, R. T. Kendall speaks with Bible Gateway about his 2013 book, These Are the Days of Elijah: How God Uses Ordinary People to Do Extraordinary Things.

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