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A Reflection on the Influence of Gordon Fee

A Reflection on the Influence of Gordon Fee

By Rick Wadholm Jr, December 15, 2022 Gordon Donald Fee (May 23, 1934—October 25, 2022) arguably stands as one of the most widely known and influential Pentecostal scholars of the late twentieth to early twenty-first centuries. His works range broadly on topics of hermeneutics, translation, textual criticism, New Testament, Pauline studies, and theology (among other […]

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Scott Kelso: Theological Violence in the 21st Century

Scott Kelso: Theological Violence in the 21st Century

Scott T. Kelso, Theological Violence in the 21st Century: The Eclipse of Ethics and Morality in Today’s World (New York: Boss Media, 2021), 184 pages, ISBN 9781633375079. In the Old Testament, we are shown how God sent prophets again and again to warn Israel of its impending destruction if it did not repent of its […]

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Michael Brown on Gordon Fee, Pioneer and Scholarly Role Model

Michael Brown on Gordon Fee, Pioneer and Scholarly Role Model

Gordon D. Fee went home to be with the Lord on October 25, 2022. As a Pentecostal scholar, Gordon Fee was both a pioneer and a role model, showing us that you could be academic and Spirit-filled at the same time. Not only so, but as the general editor of the prestigious New International Commentary […]

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Craig Keener on Gordon Fee, Giant of Pentecostal Scholarship

Craig Keener on Gordon Fee, Giant of Pentecostal Scholarship

Gordon D. Fee went home to be with the Lord on October 25, 2022. I learned of Gordon Fee’s passing yesterday [October 26] from his gracious and kind daughter, Cherith. Gordon and his family always treated me so graciously. Gordon kind of took me under his wing and looked out for me. Also, by his […]

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Michael Brown: Resurrection

Michael Brown: Resurrection

Michael L. Brown, Resurrection: Investigating a Rabbi from Brooklyn, a Preacher from Galilee and an Event that Changed the World (Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2020), 195 pages, ISBN 9781629996929. As I read through Michael Brown’s book Resurrection, comparing the events surrounding the life and death of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson to the life and […]

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Hopeless Until Jesus Arrived

Hopeless Until Jesus Arrived

The deadbolt clicked loudly on the metal door. All curtains closed. Padlocks were next. Lights were turned low. In a fundamentalist Muslim city known for its high number of honor killings, you can never take too many precautions. Women in drab colored hijabs quickly entered from a side door. War wasn’t on the way. Neither […]

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When God Tells You Only Part of the Facts

When God Tells You Only Part of the Facts

Most of us have been in situations where God was leading but when He did not give all the answers we needed. Key elements were missing. Perhaps He put a person in our life whom we later found unreliable and the relationship ended painfully. As pastors, He may have sent us to particular churches only […]

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Michael Brown: When the World Stops

Michael Brown: When the World Stops

Michael L. Brown, When the World Stops: Words of Hope, Faith, and Wisdom in the Midst of Crisis (Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2020), 195 pages, ISBN 9781629998992. On March 11, 2020, The World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Overnight the world stopped and changed, perhaps forever. Wearing a mask became a part […]

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From the 2021 Camps Farthest Out

From the 2021 Camps Farthest Out

On the Mountain with the Lord and His People. From June 27 to July 3, 2021, I had the joy of attending a CFO retreat at Shrine Mont, in the foothills of the Great North Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, a beautiful location. The CFOs (Camps Farthest Out) were established by Professor Glenn […]

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Iran Transformed: An interview with Hormoz Shariat

Iran Transformed: An interview with Hormoz Shariat

Hormoz Shariat firmly believes that Iran will be the first Islamic nation that turns to Christ. He says it is ready for a major transformation—spiritually, socially, financially, and politically, and that it will be a Christian nation soon, as prophesied in Jeremiah 49:38. PneumaReview.com spoke with Dr. Shariat about how he came to Jesus, what […]

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Gary Tyra: The Dark Side of Discipleship

Gary Tyra: The Dark Side of Discipleship

Gary Tyra, The Dark Side of Discipleship: Why and How the New Testament Encourages Christians to Deal With the Devil (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2020), 330 pages, ISBN 9781532691218. Dr. Gary Tyra has served in pastoral ministry and is currently a professor at Vanguard University where he teaches theology courses. He is also the author of […]

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Testimony: How Bill Medley Led John Wimber to Jesus Christ

Testimony: How Bill Medley Led John Wimber to Jesus Christ

The stories of how people come to know Jesus as Savior are often both simple and amazing. That was the case with John Wimber, former producer of the Righteous Brothers, and how he began his journey to finding Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. I was so blessed to hear this story, quite by chance—or […]

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Celebration of Grace: What Christ Does for us in Baptism and Communion

Celebration of Grace: What Christ Does for us in Baptism and Communion

One of my earliest Christian memories goes back to the year 1935 when I was five years old and was standing on the edge of Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida. Our congregation, Little Flock Church, was holding a baptismal service and I was watching my mother and father wade into the water. A dozen others […]

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Trump: Satan's Manchurian Candidate?

Trump: Satan’s Manchurian Candidate?

Here is another article by our guest columnist, the Rev. William De Arteaga, on the Trump presidency. This is a controversial topic. In the article published on February 13, De Arteaga argues that Trump has caused spiritual damage to Evangelical and charismatic Christianity in the USA and abroad.   Quotations from “Trump: Satan’s Manchurian Candidate?” […]

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