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Winter 2017: Other Significant Articles

Q&A on Racial Reconciliation with David Bailey” Barna (January 12, 2017).

The opening question in this interview is: “An overwhelming 98 percent of pastors believe churches play an important role in racial reconciliation, yet only half say racial reconciliation is among their own church’s top 10 priorities. Why is there a disconnect between some pastors’ awareness of the problem and their active, informed participation in the solution?”


Roger E. Olson, “Are There ‘Wicked Problems’ in Theology?” Patheos (January 29, 2017).

What do we do with intractable, unsolvable problems in theology?


Roger E. Olson, “Is Belief in a ‘Historical Adam’ an Essential Christian Belief?” Patheos (February 7, 2017).


Hebrew University Archaeologists Find 12th Dead Sea Scrolls Cave” Hebrew University of Jerusalem (February 8, 2017).

Thanks to writer Kevin Williams for pointing out this article on archaeology.


Significant Articles you may have missed: Articles from renewalist scholars you may have missed when they were published.

Vinson Synan, “Pentecostalism: William Seymour: What scoffers viewed as a weird babble of tongues became a world phenomenon after his Los Angeles revivalChristian History 65 (2000).

Craig S. Keener, “Are Spiritual Gifts for Today?Christian Trends (March 31, 2015).

David D. Daniels, “Why Pentecostalism’s Multiethnic Beginning Floundered: Racial harmony broke down, but the hope did notChristian History 58 (1998).


Scot McKnight, “The Soul of Evangelicalism: What Will Become of Us?” Patheos (February 15, 2017).

Scot McKnight writes, “Everybody’s a prophet these days and thinks so because, so they think, they are speaking truth to power. They’re not. They’re yelling in a barrel full of self-appointed prophets.”


Regnum Edinburgh 2010 Series. The complete text, available as downloadable eBooks, of the 23 titles available in this series.

Mark E. Roberts writes: “New from ORU Library: Here is a generous collection of free ebooks on Christianity globally.”


Tony Richie, “Religion-Related Violence: Cause and Cure” Faith News Network (March 8, 2017).


Khaldoun Sweis, “Why You Most Certainly Will Fail to Reach Your Secular Friends: Many have never been given a single reason as to why God is relevant to their lives” The Exchange (March 16, 2017).

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About the Author: The editors are Raul Mock, Mike Dies, Joe Joslin, and Jim Dettmann with significant input from other writers including John Lathrop, Amos Yong, Tony Richie, and Kevin Williams.

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