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Pneuma Review Spring 2015

The exclusively digital edition of The Pneuma Review, Spring 2015 (18:2).

Some of what you will find in this issue:

Pastor-scholar Tony Richie presents, “An Affirmative Pentecostal Theology of the Miraculous

An Introduction to Dreams and Visions in the Bible and Today

The Sinfulness and Destructiveness of Conspiracy Theories

Church Refugees: Rob Wilkerson’s interview of sociologist Josh Packard about the people who say they are done with church.

Find all of these articles individually in an easy-to-read format on the archive page: http://pneumareview.com/spring-2015/

 

Full issue coming soon.

 

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