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Fall 2009: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2009: Other Significant Articles

Philip Jenkins, “Unenthusiastic About Enthusiasm: Modern suspicions about charismatic Christianity trace back to controversies over the French Prophets 300 years ago” (ChristianHistory.net). Speaking in tongues, the sick being healed, the dead raised to life, the soon coming apocalypse … in 1709. Read the article online at: www.christianitytoday.com/ch/bytopic/movementsdenominationstraditions/unenthusiasticabout.html   Bruce Hindmarsh, “And Can It Be?: Charles […]

Summer 2009: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2009: Other Significant Articles

  Collin Hansen, “Cult Watchers Reconsider: Former detractors of Nee and Lee now endorse ‘local churches’” Christianity Today (March 2009), page 15. Hank Hanegraaff, president of the Christian Research Institute, and Gretchen Passantino Coburn, director of Answers in Action, have changed their minds about the controversial “local churches” movement that follow the teachings of Watchman […]

Spring 2009: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2009: Other Significant Articles

Harold W. Hoehner, “Can a Woman Be A Pastor-Teacher?” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 50:4 (Dec 2007), pages 761-771. A Dallas Theological Seminary professor says that there has been a gradual change leading to wider acceptance of women as pastor-teachers. He offers historical background for this change including distinguishing, or the failure to distinguish, […]

Winter 2009: Other Significant Articles

Winter 2009: Other Significant Articles

  Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 30:2 (2008). An encounter between Trinitarian and Oneness Pentecostal theologians in dialogue produced a six-year study and report on commonalities and differences. Read the report and responses from both sides of the aisle. Some content from this issue is available online without a subscription at […]

Dangerous Surrender: What Happens When You Say Yes To God

Dangerous Surrender: What Happens When You Say Yes To God

Kay Warren, Dangerous Surrender: What Happens When You Say Yes To God (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2007), 255 pages, ISBN 0310258901. Kay Warren is the wife of pastor and author Rick Warren. This book may never sell as many copies as her husband’s book, The Purpose Driven Life, but it is most certainly a very significant […]

Fall 2008: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2008: Other Significant Articles

  Skye Jethani, “Apostles Today?: Rediscovering the gift that leaves churches and well-connected pastors in its wake” Leadership Journal (Spring 2008). It is significant to see an introduction to “apostolic ministry” in Leadership Journal, a sister publication of Christianity Today. http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2008/002/15.37.html   James K.A. Smith, “Teaching a Calvinist to Dance: In Pentecostal worship, my Reformed […]

Summer 2008: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2008: Other Significant Articles

  Ajith Fernando, “Getting Back on Course: It’s time to return to the priority of evangelism” Christianity Today (Nov 2007). Recent increased attention to global justice issues is good, but let us not forget our greater commission in the process. Replacing evangelism with more palatable social justice agendas is something we must not do. http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2007/november/16.40.html […]

Spring 2008: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2008: Other Significant Articles

  Mark Noll, “America’s Two Foundings” First Things 178 (December 2007), pages 29-34. Historian Mark Noll argues that the religious landscape that existed at the founding of the United States underwent a dramatic change after 1800 and leading up to the Civil War. In order to clarify current discussions over religion and public life, we […]

Fall 2007: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2007: Other Significant Articles

  Glenn Schwartz, “A Cure for Handicapped Churches: Reflections on Dependency in the Christian Movement” Mission Frontiers (May/June 2007), pages 26-28. Long-time missionary and missiologist Glenn Schwartz says that “the alternative to donor-driven missiology is a change of assumptions on which missionary church-planting is done. Except in areas where humanitarian aid is essential for survival, […]

Summer 2007: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2007: Other Significant Articles

Jack Hayford, “Tongues 101: The church needs to look at tongues as a gift, not as a cause for endless theological debate” Ministry Today (March/April 2007), page 38. Pastor Jack W. Hayford, with over a half-century of pastoral ministry, wants to encourage believers and especially pastors to move beyond seeing the first experience of speaking […]

Spring 2007: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2007: Other Significant Articles

Jack Hayford, “Waltzing With the World?” Ministry Today (July/Aug 2006), page 50. Pastor Jack Hayford says that cultural transformation is not about competition with the surrounding culture but penetration of that culture. “I may adopt a style to reach my culture. But it will be the Spirit, not my style, that will penetrate it.”   […]

Winter 2007: Other Significant Articles

Winter 2007: Other Significant Articles

  John Mortensen, “How Then Shall We Write? A Guide to Composing Better Music for Worship” Cutting Edge (Spring, 2006), pages 6-9. Now in its ninth year of publication, this magazine for Vineyard church planters has a theme in the Spring 2006 issue of helping church planters get worship started and improving on what talents […]

Fall 2006: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2006: Other Significant Articles

    Gary B. McGee, “Taking the Logic ‘A Little Further’: Late Nineteenth-Century References to the Gift of Tongues in Mission-related Literature and their Influence on Early Pentecostalism” Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies 9:1 (2006), pages 99-125. No one interested in early Pentecostal history or in the history of the development of the doctrine of […]

Summer 2006: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2006: Other Significant Articles

  Rob Moll, “Missions Incredible: South Korea sends more missionaries than any country but the U.S. And it won’t be long before it’s number one” Christianity Today (March 2006), pages 28-34. This cover story is an informative and encouraging introduction to the place Koreans are taking in global missions. No one that is interested in […]

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