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Category: Summer 2014

Craig Keener on Anti-supernaturalism and Cessationism

Craig Keener on Anti-supernaturalism and Cessationism

  “Is [Craig S. Keener] seriously suggesting that there is a cause and effect relationship between German anti-supernaturalism and cessationism?” — From comments on Craig Keener’s review of John MacArthur, Strange Fire It’s not cause-and-effect, though there is a relationship. Antisupernaturalism may have made it easier for hard cessationism to flourish and harder for continuationism […]

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Dony Donev: The Life and Ministry of Rev. Ivan Voronaev

Dony Donev: The Life and Ministry of Rev. Ivan Voronaev

  Dony K. Donev, The Life and Ministry of Rev. Ivan Voronaev: Now with a Special Addition of the (Un)Forgotten Story of the Voronaev Children (Spasen Publishers, 2011), 72 pages, ISBN 1477496939. Dony Donev has provided a rare glimpse into the life of purportedly one of the most influential early Pentecostal church planters in Eastern […]

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Watch the Charismatic Anglican 2014 Prayer Conference Live

Watch the Charismatic Anglican 2014 Prayer Conference Live

  See the report from William De Arteaga:   Anglican Diocese Of The South Intercessory Prayer Conference 2014 Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 7:30 AM – Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 12:00 PM (EDT) Beginning at 9:00 am Wednesday, you can live stream the conference. Long instructions: point your browser to hcanglican.org. Find the “WORSHIP” drop […]

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The Theological Pillow Fight from the Nosebleed Section

The Theological Pillow Fight from the Nosebleed Section

  In this review essay by Rob Wilkerson, he reflects on his background as a disciple of John MacArthur, his becoming a continuationist anyway, and his look at Michael Brown’s book, Authentic Fire: A Response to John MacArthur’s Strange Fire (Excel Publishers, 2013). I loved pillow fights when I was younger. I haven’t enjoyed one […]

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Highlights from Black Theology and Leadership Institute 2014

Highlights from Black Theology and Leadership Institute 2014

  Candace Laughinghouse sent these highlights with her report of the 2014 annual Black Theology and Leadership Institute at Princeton.   From right to left: Worship in the chapel. In the midst of a great conversation within my cohort for the week. Me and Prof. Dr. John W. Kinney – Dean of the Samuel DeWitt […]

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The 2014 Black Theology and Leadership Institute

The 2014 Black Theology and Leadership Institute

  This summer, I was selected to attend the annual Black Theology and Leadership Institute (BTLI) at Princeton Theological Seminary. Dr. Yolanda Pierce – the Elmer G. Homrighausen Associate Professor of African American Studies and Literature and Liaison with the Princeton University Center for African American Studies – has managed to create a think-tank of […]

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75th Church of God International General Assembly: Historic Encounters, Hints of What Lies Ahead

75th Church of God International General Assembly: Historic Encounters, Hints of What Lies Ahead

  Official church historians consider the Church of God (Cleveland, TN USA) the oldest continuing, and one of the largest, Pentecostal ecclesial organizations in the world. It dates back to 1886 with roots in the Unicoi Mountains of Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina. It considers itself more of a movement than a denomination, more […]

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Demos Shakarian and His Ecumenical Businessmen

Demos Shakarian and His Ecumenical Businessmen

  Breakfast with the Holy Spirit: The FGBMFI In many countries of the world one can go to a fashionable hotel and find a Saturday breakfast meeting of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International (FGBMFI).[1] There they will see businessmen raising their hands in adoration and praise to the Lord. A speaker, most likely […]

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Mourning for the terrible persecution of Christians

Mourning for the terrible persecution of Christians

  Let us remember our brothers and sisters in Christ who are under intense persecution. These news stories will break your heart, please read them prayerfully.   Nigeria: More than 1600 Christians murdered for their faith in first half of 2014 http://morningstarnews.org/2014/07/christians-killed-in-nigeria-in-1st-half-of-year-91-percent-of-total-last-year-group-says/   #ن: How an Arabic letter was reclaimed to support Iraq’s persecuted Christians […]

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Recent Homegoings: Stanley Horton and Amata Fabbro

Recent Homegoings: Stanley Horton and Amata Fabbro

  We mourn the loss and celebrate the lives of these followers of Jesus that have gone on before us.   Stanley Horton Pentecostal theologian, author, and statesman, Rev. Dr. Stanley Monroe Horton, died on Saturday, July 12, 2014. He was 98. The obituary from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary includes the recording of […]

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Introducing Gary Shogren

Introducing Gary Shogren

  Gary Shogren is a New Testament scholar you should read and get to know about if you are interested in a biblical defense of the continuation of the gifts of the Spirit. Dr. Shogren has been a professor of New Testament for more than twenty years, teaching in the USA and now in Costa […]

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America shall be Saved: An interview with Reinhard Bonnke

America shall be Saved: An interview with Reinhard Bonnke

  Reinhard Bonnke is an evangelist anointed by God to preach the good news around the world. His intense focus on proclaiming the love, power, and forgiveness found only in Jesus Christ has been blessed by the Lord in amazing ways. Pastor Bonnke has preached in front of more than 74 million. PneumaReview.com: How did […]

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Pouring Holy Water on Strange Fire: A Critique of John MacArthur's Strange Fire and Charismatic Chaos

Pouring Holy Water on Strange Fire: A Critique of John MacArthur’s Strange Fire and Charismatic Chaos

Excerpts from Pouring Holy Water on Strange Fire: A Critique of John MacArthur’s Strange Fire & Charismatic Chaos by Frank Viola. The central focus of this critique is simply to show that both Scripture and church history yield strong evidence that spiritual gifts are still extant in the church today. My primary intention in writing […]

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John MacArthur’s Strange Fire, reviewed by Monte Lee Rice

John MacArthur’s Strange Fire, reviewed by Monte Lee Rice

John MacArthur, Strange Fire: The Danger of Offending the Holy Spirit with Counterfeit Worship (Nashville, TN: Nelson Books, 2013), 333 pages, ISBN 9781400206414. Introduction In this highly polemical book, John MacArthur argues that as an aggressive though “counterfeit” form of Christian spirituality, the global Pentecostal-Charismatic movement is neither founded on nor representative of orthodox Christian […]

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