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Fall 2016: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2016: Other Significant Articles

Ed Stetzer, “Five Fundamentals for an Evangelical Future: The sky isn’t falling for evangelicals” The Exchange (September 19, 2016). Yes, the last decade has been a challenging time, but no, it’s not as bad for evangelicals as many have made it out to be. What can be done to assure that biblical, compassionate, evangelistic Jesus-followers […]

Writer Bulletin December 2016

Writer Bulletin December 2016

Greetings from the editorial committee. PneumaReview.com has many titles available for review, and a list has been sent to the writers we have in our database. If you would like to be added to our list, please contact us. We appreciate hearing from many of our regular contributors as well as giving new writers a […]

Sorrow and Triumph: International Days of Prayer 2016

Sorrow and Triumph: International Days of Prayer 2016

The Religious Liberty Commission  of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA RLC) has sent this announcement about IDOP 2016 on November 6 and 13. For the past 20 years, the International Days of Prayer for the Persecuted Church has united millions of Christians around the world in the spirit that scripture commands: if one suffers, we […]

Religion and Pop Culture with Leah Payne: Fall 2016

Religion and Pop Culture with Leah Payne: Fall 2016

I love good stories—especially stories that introduce theological ideas in helpful ways. Every year I am on the lookout for T.V. shows that I can incorporate into my courses in Christian studies at George Fox University. Watch along with me this fall at: leahpayne.blogspot.com! From the September 3, 2016 blog post “My quest for a […]

Summer 2016: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2016: Other Significant Articles

Richard J. Mouw, “Mormons Approaching Orthodoxy” First Things (May 2016). Richard Mouw argues that today’s Mormons do not necessarily agree with the 1840 Snow couplet, “As man is, God once was. As God is, man may become.” Mouw, president emeritus of Fuller Theological Seminary, says that there has been “a decision on the part of […]

Biology of Sin: 2016 Faith & Science Conference

Biology of Sin: 2016 Faith & Science Conference

Are some people destined to sin because of biological tendencies? Learn about this important topic from Christ-following scientists and theologians. Culture increasingly sees a connection between biology and sin. But what does the Bible really say? What does science actually suggest? How should we respond? You’re invited to explore these questions and more with Christian scientists […]

Spring 2016: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2016: Other Significant Articles

Ben Witherington III, “Why I’m Not Hoping For Heaven: Jesus’ miracles promise a better fate—including for my daughter, who died at age 32” Christianity Today (April 2016). Ben Witherington on faith, healing, the miracles of Jesus, and resurrection.   Eddie L. Hyatt, “7 Important Lessons from Azusa Street” CharismaNews.com (April 11, 2016). Eddie Hyatt writes: […]

Two Spring 2016 Conferences

Two Spring 2016 Conferences

Cletus Hull presents papers at EGLBS 2016 and the Stone-Campbell Journal Conference. Recently, I presented papers at two different conferences. On March 10, 11, 2016, I attended the EGLBS 2016 (Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society) at Mohican State Park & Conference Center in Loudonville, Ohio. My paper “The Purpose of Suffering and Glory in the […]

Encouraging Pentecost: Pentecost Sunday 2016

Encouraging Pentecost: Pentecost Sunday 2016

This past Pentecost Sunday I was invited to preach at my old parish, Light of Christ Church, a charismatic Anglican church in Marietta, Georgia. I was utterly delighted, and determined that I would not only preach Pentecost, but encourage Pentecost. The four suggested readings were all on the Holy Spirit, except for the suggested Psalm. […]

New Wine Leadership Conference 2016

New Wine Leadership Conference 2016

I have been a part of the New Wine Movement since being persuaded by the curate of the church I was attending back in 2007. I encountered the Holy Spirit in such a powerful way at their week long national summer gathering that I thought I was going to explode. I have returned, every year […]

President’s Page Spring 2016

President’s Page Spring 2016

I remember packing in to a Pentecostal church, people crowding in to the altars, excited about what God was doing. People were getting saved and being led into their first steps of discipleship. Bible conferences and teaching series were everywhere. If the bookstore offered anything from a Pentecostal or charismatic author, it was on the […]

Winter 2016: Other Significant Articles

Winter 2016: Other Significant Articles

Lee Grady, “How to Leave an Unhealthy Church” Fire In My Bones (Nov 25, 2015).   “What’s So Dangerous About Grace?: Biblical scholar John Barclay explains why Paul shocked his religious peers—and reminds us how radical the gospel really is.” Christianity Today (Jan-Feb 2016). NT theologian John M. G. Barclay speaks with Wesley Hill about […]

2016 Society for Pentecostal Studies: A Personal Reflection and General Report

2016 Society for Pentecostal Studies: A Personal Reflection and General Report

The 2016 Society for Pentecostal Studies meeting was by far one of the best ever! That was my experience, and it agrees with the input I heard from several colleagues. SPS began in 1970 as an organization of scholars dedicated to providing a discussion forum for all academic disciplines as a spiritual service to the […]

The 2016 Society for Pentecostal Studies Convention in Review

The 2016 Society for Pentecostal Studies Convention in Review

The 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies (2016) was hosted in San Dimas, California at LIFE Pacific College which is associated with the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. The following sessions are only a small sampling of those which occurred over the three days of the meeting. For the Theology Interest […]

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