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Winter 2020: Other Significant Articles

Michael Brown, “Wheat and Weeds: A Prediction About the Coming Split in the United Methodist Church” Stream.org (January 5, 2020).

 

Roger E. Olson, “Pentecostal Theology: A Brief Description” Patheos (January 16, 2020).

 

Andrew K. Gabriel, “Pentecostal Women in Ministry, What they Want, and #MeToo” AndrewKGabriel.com (January 16, 2020).

Andrew Gabriel introduces this video: “In today’s video, I interview Dr. Kimberly Alexander from Regent University’s School of Divinity in Virginia Beach, [VA]. I ask her about how Pentecostals have typically thought about women in ministry, what women in ministry say they actually want, and about Pentecostals and the #MeToo movement.”

Paul J. Palma, “The Legacy of Massimiliano Tosetto: Italian American Pentecostal Pioneer” iFPHC.org (January 22, 2020).

 

Roger E. Olson, “Why Theology Is Necessary” Patheos (January 21, 2020).

This article by Roger Olson is the second part of a series entitled, “Christian Theology–Answers to Questions.”

Geir Lie, “Oneness Pentecostalism in NorwayJournal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association (January 23, 2020).

Abstract: “This article examines and analyzes the evolution of Oneness Pentecostalism in Norway, a tradition which has literally passed under the radar of Scandinavian researchers. The article identifies nine Oneness groups and different denominations whose impact is growing particularly among immigrant Christians. The essay provides biographical data on various founders and the churches and denominations they established. Highlighting the theological and ethnical diversity of the movement, Lie suggests that missionaries, immigration, and reverse migration have significantly diversified the structures, theologies, ethnicities and leadership of Oneness Pentecostalism in Norway.”

Roger E. Olson, “Are All ‘Christians’ True Christians?” Patheos (January 30, 2020).

Church historian Roger Olson strongly challenges church leaders to state clearly and publicly when so-called Christians are behaving immorally.

Mark Deymaz with Harry Li, “Here Come the Skinny Cows: Four reasons tithes and offerings are about to drop dramatically” CT Pastors (Fall 2019).

In this book excerpt from The Coming Revolution in Church Economics: Why Tithes and Offerings Are No Longer Enough, and What You Can Do about It (Baker, 2019), this special edition of Christianity Today looks at the future of giving and sustainability for churches.

J. Lee Grady, “Brazil Has Become a Global Hot Spot for Revival” Fire In My Bones (February 12, 2020).

 

Congratulations to Craig Keener being elected by the Evangelical Theological Society as their president for 2020.

 

Jonathan Smith, “Smart Budgeting for Tech Purchases: Why it’s time to rethink the three-year replacement rule for hardwareChurch Law & Tax (January 27, 2020).

 

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Craig Keener, “A Worldwide Vision for Theological Education” The LOGOS Academic Blog (February 20, 2020).

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