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Forgotten Power: The Lord's Supper and the Biblical Pattern of Revival

Forgotten Power: The Lord’s Supper and the Biblical Pattern of Revival

  Editor Note: The editors of the Pneuma Review are aware that Dr. De Arteaga’s views on sacraments will not be universally received among our readers. This guest essay is printed to encourage thought and discussion. Please add your comments below to join the conversation.   Revivals without the Lord’s Supper As we have seen,* […]

John Arnott: Living in Revival

John Arnott: Living in Revival

  John Arnott, “Living in Revival,” Spread the Fire (Issue 5, 2001), pages 6-9. John Arnott, pastor of the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship, describes in this article the characteristics of the “Toronto Revival” and what effect he says this move of the Holy Spirit should have on believers in the future. One of the common […]

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    Listening for God’s Voice and Heart in Scripture: A conversation with Craig S. Keener

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