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Jeff Oliver: Pentecost To The Present: Worldwide Revivals and Renewal

Jeff Oliver: Pentecost To The Present: Worldwide Revivals and Renewal

Jeff Oliver, Pentecost To The Present: The Holy Spirit’s Enduring Work in the Church, Book Three: Worldwide Revivals and Renewal (Newberry, FL: Bridge-Logos, 2017), 320 pages, ISBN 9780912106366. Jeff Oliver has taken on the ambitious task of chronicling the charismatic work of the Holy Spirit throughout church history. He has done this by writing a three […]

Embrace the Spirit this Pentecost

Embrace the Spirit this Pentecost

“After the Holy Spirit is come upon you…” Acts 1:8 May 20, 2018 is Pentecost Sunday. You’ve seen it before, an old house that goes through an extreme makeover—it is like a brand new home! The attraction is the compelling contrast between life before and life after. Consider, then, the contrast between the Christian life […]

Cindy Wooden: Pope Plans Pentecost Celebrations with Charismatics and Pentecostals

Cindy Wooden: Pope Plans Pentecost Celebrations with Charismatics and Pentecostals

Cindy Wooden, “Pope Plans Pentecost Celebrations with Charismatics and Pentecostals” Crux (May 2, 2017). This very brief article in the Catholic journal Crux reveals that Pope Francis is hosting a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the beginnings of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR hereafter). He admitted that when the CCR first came to Argentina […]

Steven Studebaker: From Pentecost to the Triune God

Steven Studebaker: From Pentecost to the Triune God

Steven M. Studebaker, From Pentecost to the Triune God: A Pentecostal Trinitarian Theology, Pentecostal Manifestos series (Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 2012), 270 pages. In his monograph From Pentecost to the Triune God, Steven M. Studebaker argues that theological reflection upon “fundamental pneumatology” and Trinitarian theology has not played a significant role in Pentecostal […]

Craig Keener on Reading Scripture in Light of Pentecost

Craig Keener on Reading Scripture in Light of Pentecost

Craig S. Keener speaks about his new book, Spirit Hermeneutics: Reading Scripture in Light of Pentecost, with Eerdman’s Publishing. How do we hear the Spirit’s voice in Scripture? How do we move from exegesis to Spirit-guided application in our lives and communities? In Spirit Hermeneutics biblical scholar Craig Keener addresses these questions, carefully articulating a […]

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. […]

London 2016 Pentecost Celebration

London 2016 Pentecost Celebration

Empowered21 invites you to join them for “the London 2016 Pentecost Celebration, as we stand with other believers in prayer for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit across Europe.” May 11-13, 2016 in London, England. Speakers include: Heath Adamson, John Andrews, Jürgen Bühler, Morris Cerullo, Anne Christiansen, Phil Cooke, Claudio and Daniela Freidzon, Nicky […]

Pentecost and Harvard

Pentecost and Harvard

Pentecost and Harvard. Sounds odd, doesn’t it? If we allow stereotypes to prevail, the two seem to be in direct contradiction to each other. Harvard has a reputation of being a very wealthy school with high academic standards. Pentecostals, on the other hand, at least in the past, were viewed largely as uneducated and from […]

Pentecost 2015

Pentecost 2015

Celebrate the beginning of the Church and the empowerment of God’s people this Pentecost Sunday by reading one of these articles from PneumaReview.com.   Craig S. Keener talks about the origin and meaning of Pentecost in the book of Acts by highlighting these seven points: the Promise of Pentecost, the Preparation for Pentecost, the Proofs […]

Craig S. Keener: Pentecost

Craig S. Keener: Pentecost

  Craig S. Keener talks about the origin and meaning of Pentecost in the book of Acts by highlighting these seven points: the Promise of Pentecost, the Preparation for Pentecost, the Proofs of Pentecost, the Peoples of Pentecost, the Prophecy of Pentecost, the Preaching of Pentecost, and the Power of Pentecost. Part of the Seedbed […]

Celebrate Pentecost Sunday

Celebrate Pentecost Sunday

Celebrate the Holy Spirit this Pentecost Sunday by reading one of these great articles from the Pneuma Review archives: Ken Archer, “Biblical Imagery: The Metaphorical Symbols of the Holy Spirit” appearing in the Summer 2011 issue. Christian theology should always be concerned to speak about God on the basis of God’s self-communication in Christ Jesus […]

Have You Experienced A True Pentecost?

Have You Experienced A True Pentecost?

During the month of May or June (depending on the calendar), Christians throughout the world celebrate Pentecost Sunday—a time of rejoicing and reflection on the mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon those who had assembled to receive power from on high. We must remember and celebrate the significance of this great event. This year […]

Pilgrimage Into Pentecost: The Pneumatological Legacy of Howard M. Ervin

Pilgrimage Into Pentecost: The Pneumatological Legacy of Howard M. Ervin

Pastor Isgrigg introduces us to Professor Ervin and how he helped shape the landscape of today’s Pentecostal/charismatic movement.   Introduction Howard M. Ervin, a Baptist and Pentecostal scholar, paved the way for other scholars to defend the Pentecostal faith in the academic world. During the last half of the twentieth century, charismatics, evangelicals and Pentecostals […]

From Babel to Pentecost: Proclamation, Translation, and the Risk of the Spirit

From Babel to Pentecost: Proclamation, Translation, and the Risk of the Spirit

    Can postmodernism tell us something about how the church is to function, how we tell the story of Jesus, and how the Spirit works in our lives?   The wind (pneuma) blows where it wishes and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. […]

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