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Summer 2001: Other Significant Articles

 

Cedric Harmon, “God’s Lightning Rod” Charisma (Vol 26, No 9, April 2001), pages 62-66, 107.

Is Rick Joyner a New Testament prophet? Whether he is or not, his ministry is not without criticism. If you are interested in the prophetic movement in general, or Joyner’s new book Shadow of Things to Come in specific, you will want to read this engaging article on Joyner.

 

 

Harold D. Hunter

Harold D. Hunter, “Pentecostal Healing for God’s Sick Creation?” The Spirit & Church (Vol 2, No 2, November 2000), pages 145-167.

Dr. Harold Hunter offers a Pentecostal perspective on ecological stewardship and social responsibility. Published in The Spirit & Church, a mostly-English journal of Gospel Theological Seminary in Taejon City, South Korea.

 

 

Wolfgang Fernandez, “Could Japan’s ‘New Race’ be a key to its evangelization?” DAWN Report (Issue 43, Jan. 2001). Pp. 1,2.

The shinjinrui (“new race”) has much more in common with the emerging world youth culture than the traditional Japanese culture. Today’s Japanese youth also seem to be approachable with the gospel. Trends in world youth culture and their apparent openness to spiritual things has some, including DAWN Report editor Jim Montgomery, wondering if this could be the last generation before the return of the Lord.

 

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