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Spring 2019: Other Significant Articles


Craig S. Keener, “Jesus Followers in Step With the Spirit: A closer look at Paul’s letter to the GalatiansInfluence (February 27, 2019).

Craig Keener commented: “The New Perspective(s) and older perspectives come to different conclusions on various points, such as ‘faith in Christ’ vs. ‘faith of Christ,’ the meaning of ‘works of the law,’ and so forth. I connection with my new Galatians commentary, Influence magazine published an article by me on this topic.”

 

Kate Shellnut, “Francis Chan Explains Why He’ll Share a Stage With Benny Hinn” Christianity Today (March 21, 2019).

The subtitle reads, “There are millions who will never hear strong biblical teaching unless teachers are willing to go.”

 

Roger E. Olson, “Is Absolute Refusal to Contemplate the Possible Existence of God Scientific?” Patheos (April 8, 2019).

 

J. Lee Grady, “8 Ways to Encourage the Flow of the Holy Spirit” Fire In My Bones (April 10, 2019).

John Lathrop writes: “This is a very good article by Lee Grady.”

 

Haddon Robinson, “Preaching to Everyone in Particular: Find varied applications and scatter them throughout the sermon” Christianity Today Pastors (Fall 1994).

Read this classic article from the late Haddon Robinson.

 

Craig S. Keener, “Leading New Testament Scholar Reveals How to Recognize False Apostles” In the Line of Fire (April 23, 2019).

Michael Brown introduces this article by saying, “This is a guest column by my friend, Craig Keener, one of the world’s leading New Testament scholars.” Read more by Michael Brown and Craig Keener at PneumaReview.com.

 

John P. Lathrop, “Encouragement” Pentecostal Pastor (April 30, 2019).

 

Craig Keener, “Real Raisings from the Dead or Fake News?: Falsified resurrection stories should not cause us to discount credible miracle accountsChristianity Today (May 17, 2019).

 

The Places in America with the Most Cases of Human Trafficking” Geoffrey G Nathan Law Offices (2019).

Statistical information in easy-to-read format about this growing evil in the USA.

 

Roger E. Olson, “Three American Religions Confused with Christianity” Patheos (June 1, 2019).

 

Leah Payne, “Why Foursquare’s Female Leaders Have It Harder Today: The Pentecostal denomination was founded by a woman nearly a century ago, but it has failed to elect another female president since” ChristianityToday.com (May 29, 2019).

Leah Payne, author of Gender and Pentecostal Revivalism, says there is an “ongoing struggle for women to reach to the highest positions in evangelical institutions, even in traditions that ordain women and affirm their roles as preachers, teachers, and leaders.” Read Payne’s interview with PneumaReview.com about her book: “Pioneer Women of Pentecostal Revivals.”

 

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