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Robert Menzies: The End of History

Robert Menzies: The End of History

Robert P. Menzies, The End of History: Pentecostals and a Fresh Approach to the Apocalypse (ACPT Press, 2022), 207 pages, ISBN 9780578361161. In recent years, there have been several books from Pentecostal/Charismatic scholars challenging what has been the traditional—or default—pre-Tribulation, pre-millennial view of the end times within many P/C circles. Among these are Daniel Isgrigg’s […]

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Paul King: Is It Of God? Vol 2

Paul King: Is It Of God? Vol 2

Paul L. King, Is It Of God? Applying Biblical Principles of Spiritual Discernment, Volume 2 (Owasso, OK: Paul King Ministries, 2021), 426 pages, ISBN 9798537657590. Dr. Paul King is a man with diverse ministry experience, he is both an academician and a practitioner. He has two doctoral degrees and has taught at a number of […]

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The Theological Problem of Spirit versus Scripture

The Theological Problem of Spirit versus Scripture

A radical move In 2002 I was contemplating an interstate move on the basis of a dream. ‘Move to Sydney,’ the Spirit had said, ‘and you will become the Academic Dean of Hillsong College.’ At the time, I had been working two part-time jobs – one at a local Bible college, and the other, pastoring […]

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Michael Brown and Craig Keener: Not Afraid of the Antichrist

Michael Brown and Craig Keener: Not Afraid of the Antichrist

Michael L. Brown and Craig S. Keener, Not Afraid of the Antichrist: Why We Don’t Believe in a Pre-Tribulation Rapture (Chosen, 2019), 238 pages, ISBN 9780800799168. Eschatology—the study of the end times—seems to be a perennial topic of interest among Christian readers (and Christian publishers who seek to supply what the reading public wants). Sadly, […]

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Roger Stronstad: Spirit, Scripture, and Theology

Roger Stronstad: Spirit, Scripture, and Theology

Roger Stronstad, Spirit, Scripture, and Theology: A Pentecostal Perspective, Second Edition (APTS Press, 2018). Roger Stronstad is probably best known for his master’s-thesis-turned-book, The Charismatic Theology of St. Luke (1985) [Editor’s note: See the review by Dave Johnson], which is considered by some to be the start of a new generation of Pentecostal scholarship and […]

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Hebrews 8 and The Old Covenant

Hebrews 8 and The Old Covenant

One of the rules of hermeneutics is to let the Bible interpret itself. When we step away from this principle, humans have a long track record of misinterpretation, of inserting concepts from the culture or age in which they live as opposed to culture in which it was written, or making improper assumptions due to […]

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Robert Menzies: Christ-Centered

Robert Menzies: Christ-Centered

Robert P. Menzies, Christ-Centered: The Evangelical Nature of Pentecostal Theology (Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books, 2020), 166 pages, ISBN 9781725267824. A few years ago, I was having lunch with a good friend, the editor-in-chief of a flagship evangelical magazine. I knew him well enough to raise a question: “Tell me something: Why do your articles regularly […]

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Misreading Scripture With Individualist Eyes: Patronage, Honor, and Shame In The Biblical World

Misreading Scripture With Individualist Eyes: Patronage, Honor, and Shame In The Biblical World

E. Randolph Richards and Richard James, Misreading Scripture With Individualist Eyes: Patronage, Honor, and Shame In The Biblical World (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2020), 304 pages, ISBN 9780830852758. This is the second “misreading” book that E. Randolph Richards has written. The first one was Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes which he wrote with Brandon […]

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Craig Keener: For All Peoples

Craig Keener: For All Peoples

Craig S. Keener, For All Peoples: A Biblical Theology of Missions in the Gospels and Acts (Baguio City, Philippines: Asia Pacific Theological Seminary Press, 2020), 122 pages, ISBN 9798665145082. Dr. Craig Keener is a widely recognized New Testament scholar. He is perhaps best known for the biblical commentaries he has written. He has won the respect […]

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A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context for the Book of Revelation

A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context for the Book of Revelation

In May 2020, Chosen People Ministries and The Feinberg Center hosted a 4-session webinar with Craig Keener called “A Keener Understanding of the Bible: Seeing the New Testament Through Jewish Eyes.”   From the email promotion: Whether you are familiar with Dr. Craig Keener or this is your first introduction to his work, we are […]

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A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context For The Gospel Of John

A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context For The Gospel Of John

In May 2020, Chosen People Ministries and The Feinberg Center hosted a 4-session webinar with Craig Keener called “A Keener Understanding of the Bible: Seeing the New Testament Through Jewish Eyes.” From the email promotion: Whether you are familiar with Dr. Craig Keener or this is your first introduction to his work, we are delighted […]

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A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context for the Sermon on the Mount and the Book of Matthew Continued

A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context for the Sermon on the Mount and the Book of Matthew Continued

In May 2020, Chosen People Ministries and The Feinberg Center hosted a 4-session webinar with Craig Keener called “A Keener Understanding of the Bible: Seeing the New Testament Through Jewish Eyes.” From the email promotion: Whether you are familiar with Dr. Craig Keener or this is your first introduction to his work, we are delighted […]

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A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context for the Sermon on the Mount and the Book of Matthew

A Keener Understanding of the Bible: The Jewish Context for the Sermon on the Mount and the Book of Matthew

In May 2020, Chosen People Ministries and The Feinberg Center hosted a 4-session webinar with Craig Keener called “A Keener Understanding of the Bible: Seeing the New Testament Through Jewish Eyes.” From the email promotion: Whether you are familiar with Dr. Craig Keener or this is your first introduction to his work, we are delighted […]

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Craig Keener on Racial Reconciliation in the Bible

Craig Keener on Racial Reconciliation in the Bible

The Bible has much to say about racial reconciliation. Join New Testament scholar Craig Keener in his basement study for this timely investigation of how the church is called to be ambassadors of ethnic and racial reconciliation.   More from Craig Keener: Listening for God’s Voice and Heart in Scripture New Testament scholar Craig S. […]

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