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Coming in the Winter 2012 (15:1) Issue

Coming in the Winter 2012 (15:1) Issue

The Winter 2012 issue will feature part 1 of Chapter Five from Steven M. Fettke, God’s Empowered People: A Pentecostal Theology of the Laity (Wipf & Stock 2011), “Forming a Community of the Spirit: Hospitality, Fellowship, and Nurture.”   John Lathrop continues our conversation about church leadership with his article, “Principles of Church Leadership.”   […]

Winter 2011: Other Significant

Winter 2011: Other Significant

  Ajith Fernando, “To Serve Is to Suffer: If the apostle Paul knew fatigue, anger, and anxiety in his ministry, what makes us think we can avoid them in ours?” Christianity Today (August 2010), pages 30-33. Ajith Fernando, Bible teacher from Sri Lanka, prophetically reminds Christian leaders of the West about the forgotten place of […]

Coming in the Winter 2011 (14:1) Issue

Coming in the Winter 2011 (14:1) Issue

  The Kingdom and the Power. The Pneuma Review has received permission to reprint chapters from this important work that asks: “Are Healing and the Spiritual Gifts Used by Jesus and the Early Church Meant for the Church Today?” The Winter 2011issue will conclude this series with “The Sufficiency of Scripture and Distortion of What […]

Winter 2010: Other Significant Articles

Winter 2010: Other Significant Articles

Milton Acosta, “Power Pentecostalisms: The ‘non-Catholic’ Latin American church is going full steam ahead—but are we on the right track?” Christianity Today (August 2009), pages 40-42. The capacity of Latino Pentecostalism to bring hope and even initiate a new form of democracy is an unmeasured potential, but their independence and neo-Pentecostalism has no instrument for […]

Coming in the Winter 2010 (13:1) Issue

Coming in the Winter 2010 (13:1) Issue

The Kingdom and the Power. The Pneuma Review has received permission to reprint chapters from this important work that asks: “Are Healing and the Spiritual Gifts Used by Jesus and the Early Church Meant for the Church Today?” Kingdom and the Power editors Gray Greig and Kevin Springer take a brief but in depth look […]

Winter 2009: Suggested Reading

Winter 2009: Suggested Reading

    Suggestions for Further Reading Ed Stetzer, “Writing on the Wall: The Future of the Church and Its Mission” Enrichment (Spring 2008), pages 36-41. http://enrichmentjournal.ag.org/200802/200802_036_Writing.cfm   Scot McKnight, “The Ironic Faith of Emergents: McLaren shows us not only where ‘post-evangelicals’ are going, but also how they get there.” Christianity Today (September 2008). http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2008/september/39.62.html   […]

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 […]

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