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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 […]

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 […]

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: […]

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 […]

Fall 2015: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2015: Other Significant Articles

Dave Harvey, “Lessons on Church Planting from the Prince of Preachers” Crossway (August 19, 2015). Jim Harries, “Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism are NOT ‘religions’” LinkedIn.com Pulse (September 22, 2015). In this new article, missionary-scholar Jim Harries challenges the idea of what “religion” is. A brief study in otherness. Chad Graham, “What I Got Wrong About […]

Summer 2015: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2015: Other Significant Articles

Wes Granberg-Michaelson, “Pentecostalism in a Postmodern Culture” Sojourners (May 26, 2015). William De Arteaga writes: “This is a very positive take on Pentecostalism from a left-leaning Christian magazine which normally disdains home-grown American Pentecostals.” J. Lee Grady, “Don’t Quench the Spirit in the Next Move of God” Charisma (May 28, 2015). Josh Rice, “Pentecostal Babel” […]

Spring 2015: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2015: Other Significant Articles

Dale M. Coulter, “Pentecostalism and the Question of Culture” First Things (November 13, 2014).   Andrew Wilson, “God Always Heals: Good news for our bodies—in this life and the next” Christianity Today (November 25, 2014). The pastor of a large charismatic church in England and the father of children with debilitating diseases speaks about healing […]

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