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Spring 2018: Other Significant Articles

Alexander Chow, “The Remarkable Story of China’s ‘Bible Women’: The history of Christianity in the world’s largest country can’t be told without acknowledging the female evangelists and pastors who built its churchChristianity Today (March 2018).


Christian History: Roger E. Olson, “An Almost Forgotten 20th Century Christian Theologian: Christoph Blumhardt” Patheos (March 25, 2018).


The full text now available online: Josh McDowell, More Than a Carpenter.


John P. Lathrop, “Prayers For a Christian WorkerBerita Mujizat (April 15, 2018).


Jessilyn Justice, “From Shawn Bolz to Bill Hamon and Beyond, Authors Honor Destiny Image’s Don Nori” CharismaNews (April 17, 2018).

“Destiny Image Publishers Founder Don Nori Sr., 66, died Tuesday [April 17, 2018], saddening many Spirit-filled authors who labored with him in the kingdom.”


Steve Rathje, “Metaphors can change our opinions in ways we don’t even realize” Quartz (March 31, 2018).

“Emerging psychological research tells us that something as simple as a single metaphor can have consequences for how we think. They can also be powerful tools in the hands of those looking to shape our opinions.” Thanks to Brigada for pointing out this article.


Chad Ashby, “God Hates Abuse: There’s more to the scriptural picture behind ‘I hate divorce’” (May 11, 2018).


Thomas Kidd, “Boston’s ‘Quiet Revival’ Since the 1960s” (May 22, 2018).

A steady flourishing of immigrant churches has been changing the spiritual landscape in one of America’s most historic cities. Thanks to Pastor John Lathrop for pointing out this article.


Craig S. Keener, “Should prophecies always be positive?—1 Corinthians 14:3,” Part 1 (May 21, 2018); Part 2 (May 28, 2018),


Jonathan Graf, “3 Starting Points to Grow Prayer in Your Church” Church Prayer Leaders Network.

Jon Graf wrote, “The most effective way to get the most people in your church praying is by holding a prayer initiative.” Thanks to our friends at Brigada for suggesting this resource.


Craig S. Keener, “Families Separated at the Border—Genesis 12 and Romans 13” (June 19, 2018).

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