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Summer 2000

  • Touched by the Wind: The Charismatic Movement in the Episcopal Church

    faupel_billBy D. William Faupel As appearing the Summer 2000 issue of The Pneuma Review My mother met me at the door, her face bursting with excitement. “You will never guess what has happened,” she exclaimed. Before I could respond, she continued, “Pentecost has come to the Episcopalians!” ... Read More
  • David Pawson: Word and Spirit Together

    DPawson-WordSpiritTogether  David Pawson, Word and Spirit Together: Uniting Charismatics and Evangelicals (London, Sydney, Auckland: Hodder and Stoughton, 1998), 159 pages. Originally published as The Fourth Wave in 1993, the second edition of this volume features a new title that captures the importance of holding together the mutual ... Read More
  • Peter Wagner: Churchquake

    See the review by Pastor Mur:  C. Peter Wagner, Churchquake!: How the New Apostolic Reformation Is Shaking Up the Church As We Know It (Ventura, CA: Regal Publishers), 274 pages, ISBN 9780830719181. I started reading Peter Wagner’s books soon after he began to be published, and I took his class on ‘Signs ... Read More
  • Summer 2000: Other Significant Articles

    summer_picnic-area-1438208-m  Interview by Edward Gilbreath, “The Jerry We Never Knew” Christianity Today (April 24, 2000), pages 113-114. This interview with Jerry Falwell shows a side of this outspoken and uncompromising activist, college president, sports fan, “compassionate conviction” evangelical, and family man that few ever see.   The March/April 2000 ... Read More
  • Worldwide Growth of Pentecostals and Charismatics

    RenewalistsGrowth-Summer2000  While mainline denominations continue to decline, unable to even keep their children in the faith, the Pentecostal/charismatic movement continues to grow tremendously. Read More
  • The Tabernacle in the Wilderness

    BikureiTziyon-62  “The Tabernacle in the Wilderness” Bikurei Tziyon (formerly First Fruits of Zion, Issue 62, Shevat/Adar 5760, Jan/Feb 2000). pages 44-45, 47. The First Fruits of Zion team, based in Jerusalem, reports that a full-scale replica of the Tabernacle, the Mishkan, is now standing in the wilderness ... Read More
  • Resources for Messianic Study

    BKasdan-GodsAppointedCustoms  God’s Appointed Times: A Practice Guide to Understanding and Celebrating the Biblical Holidays, By Barney Kasdan © 1993, Lederer Messianic Publications, Baltimore, MD. ISBN# 1-880226-54-5 Written by the leader of one of the largest Messianic Jewish congregations in the world, this is more than a “how to” ... Read More
  • Philip Yancey: The Bible Jesus Read

    PYancey-TheBibleJesusRead  Philip Yancey, The Bible Jesus Read (Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1999), 221 pages.  Philip Yancey has written The Bible Jesus Read to help answer the question posed by his first chapter: is the Old Testament worth the effort? Drawing heavily on his own struggles reading ... Read More
  • From the Editor’s Desk: Summer 2000

    RaulMock_RBC  Notes from the Editor: This issue marks two years of publication. On behalf of the editors, I would like to express thanks to God for His blessing upon this publication. The Pneuma Review has grown to be more than what many of us dreamed possible. I ... Read More
  • Coming in the Fall 2000 (3:4) Issue

    autumn-leaf  Should Christians Expect Miracles Today? Objections and Answers from the Bible by Wayne Grudem. This is Part 4 of answers to some of the most common objections to the contemporary gifts of the Holy Spirit.   “The Voice of the Shofar” by Kevin Williams will continue his ... Read More
  • Praying in the Spirit: Proposed Dates of Charismata Cessation

    RGraves-PrayingInTheSpiritThis chart is from part 2 of the sixth chapter of the Praying in the Spirit Series. Figure 2 Proposed Dates of Charismata Cessation         Read More
  • Praying in the Spirit: Consensus on First Corinthians 13 by Non-Pentecostal Scholars

    RGraves-PrayingInTheSpirit This chart is from part 2 of the sixth chapter of the Praying in the Spirit Series. Figure 1 First Corinthians 13—Consensus on Non-Pentecostal Scholars The following non-Pentecostal/charismatic commentators view “the perfect thing” (verse 10) as yet to come; an asterisk indicates that they take the “now” ... Read More
  • Praying in the Spirit: Charismata in Post-Apostolic Church

    RGraves-PrayingInTheSpiritThis chart is from part 2 of the sixth chapter of the Praying in the Spirit Series. Figure 3 Charismata in the Post-Apostolic Church Read More
  • Praying in the Spirit: That Glorious Day When Tongues are Not Needed: Until Then … Part 2

    RGraves-PrayingInTheSpirit The second part of the sixth chapter of the Praying in the Spirit Series. Author Robert Graves continues to examine the claim that tongues are not needed today. He argues convincingly that tongues are needed and will continue until the return of Jesus Christ.   Completed Scriptures For ... Read More
  • Pastor’s Paraklesis: The Difference in Our Homes

    PastorsParaklesis-theme  Do we want the Holy Spirit in our homes? I was listening to a message preached by an evangelist that held services at Trinity Assembly of God in Mt. Morris, Michigan. As he was preaching about our desire to have the Holy Spirit in our ... Read More
  • Should Christians Expect Miracles Today? Objections and Answers from the Bible, Part 3, by Wayne A. Grudem

    W_GRUDEM15. Why do people speak directly to demons today and command them to leave, rather than just praying and asking God to drive the demon away? Isn’t it safer just to pray to God about this? In a way, this is similar to asking why Christians ... Read More
  • The Ninth Hour

    ninthhour-cropMessianic teacher Kevin Williams takes us back to the time of Second Temple and shows the significance of the ninth hour of the day. Was the Messiah using temple language when he declared, “It is Finished”?   We read in Acts 3:1 “Now Peter and John went ... Read More
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