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Cases of Healed Blindness and Raised from the Dead with Craig Keener

Cases of Healed Blindness and Raised from the Dead with Craig Keener

  Craig S. Keener, author of Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, shares stories of people who experienced miraculous healing. This is part 2 of a special lecture series on apologetics given at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in the Summer of 2014.    

Jeffrey Overstreet: How I Got "Dead Poets Society" Wrong: And how a great professor changed my mind

Jeffrey Overstreet: How I Got “Dead Poets Society” Wrong: And how a great professor changed my mind

  Rob Wilkerson resonates with a recent article.   Jeffrey Overstreet, “How I Got Dead Poets Society Wrong: And how a great professor changed my mind” ChristianityTodayOnline (September 16, 2014). Overstreet’s article brought back memories. A lot of them, to be honest. To some degree, the feelings the movie evoked returned to me like I […]

Tongues: Dead Formalism or Sanctifying Sign of the Spirit?

Tongues: Dead Formalism or Sanctifying Sign of the Spirit?

  I just re-read the following poignant warning from the late Dr. Donald Bloesch: “Pentecostalism can become a new formalism, that words of prophecy and speaking in tongues can simply be outward acts that assure us of acceptance by our peers and be completely bereft of the sanctifying presence of the Spirit of God” (The […]

Miracles: Raised from the Dead, with Craig S. Keener

Miracles: Raised from the Dead, with Craig S. Keener

Standing Between the Living and the Dead

Standing Between the Living and the Dead

George Whitefield was an Englishman of the 18th century and one of the greatest evangelists of all times. Today’s “signs and wonders” would seem mild in comparison to the Spirit’s astonishing demonstrations that occurred in his ministry. My request of the Lord is that He will anoint me with the same Holy Spirit’s power that […]

Anthony Esolen: Over Our Dead Bodies

Anthony Esolen: Over Our Dead Bodies

  Anthony Esolen, “Over Our Dead Bodies: Men Who Are Willing to Lay Down Their Lives Are Truly Indispensable,” Touchstone (June 2006, Vol 19, No. 5). Someplace, Pennsylvania Anthony Esolen’s article is rich and lyrical. It describes an all-American small town and the slate quarry that was once the economic heart of the community. Some […]

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