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Winter 2024: Other Significant Articles


How Christians Can Break the Stronghold of a Curse-Informed Worldview: A Nigerian pastor refuses to live his life by this framework—and he wants to help the African church get there tooChristianity Today (September 11, 2023). author Godwin Adeboye is interviewed by Geethanjai Tupps.


Craig Keener, “God has not rejected his people—Romans 11” (November 27, 2023).


Scott Sundquist, “Attentiveness: Deliverance” (October 2, 2023).

Demonic possession, deliverance ministry, and spiritual warfare continue to be controversial subjects among Pentecostal/charismatic believers. In his presidential blog, President Sunquist of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary addresses how the school will seek to allow more diverse perspectives on this topic while remaining true to Scripture. “I’ve come to see that the spiritual experience of Christians in Brazil, Nigeria, or China is vastly different from that of most U.S. Christians. As a seminary we have made it seminal to our identity that we teach from a thoroughly biblical and global perspective. We teach from all of the Bible and for all the nations.”


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Craig Keener, “A backstory to the 2023 Asbury Revival” (December 6, 2023).


Brad East, “Doubt Is a Ladder, Not a Home: Churches should welcome questions. That doesn’t require embracing perpetual doubtChristianity Today (February 20, 2024).


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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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