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Arto Hamalainen: The DNA of Spirit-Empowered Christians and Churches

Arto Hamalainen: The DNA of Spirit-Empowered Christians and Churches

Arto Hämäläinen, The DNA of Spirit-Empowered Christians and Churches (Halle, Belgium: PeaceLiterature, 2023), 147 pages, ISBN‎ 9798393077945. If you read the biographical information about Dr. Hämäläinen on the back cover of the book you will see that he is very involved in both Pentecostalism and missions. Here are just two of the ministries that he has […]

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Michael Brown: Never Try to Control the Spirit’s Work

Michael Brown: Never Try to Control the Spirit’s Work

An excerpt from Michael L. Brown’s latest book: Seize the Moment: How to Fuel the Fires of Revival.   Revival is God’s work. It comes from the heavenly throne, not from human effort, and it comes with intensity. That is the very essence of revival: it is sovereign (in that we cannot schedule it or […]

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The Dynamic Intensity of the Spirit

The Dynamic Intensity of the Spirit

I recently presented on the topic of “The Dynamic Intensity of the Spirit.” It was part of a Horizon College & Seminary faculty panel on the topic of “Revival and Awakenings.” In my presentation, I explained that even though God is omnipresent and God does not change, the presence of God in the Holy Spirit can become […]

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Kyle Hughes: How the Spirit Became God

Kyle Hughes: How the Spirit Became God

Kyle R. Hughes, How the Spirit Became God: The Mosaic of Early Christian Pneumatology (Cascade, 2020), 176 pages, ISBN 9781532693748. The title of this book may be initially off-putting to some, as though the author is proposing a view of the Holy Spirit akin to what is known as “adoptionist Christology.” But in the foreword, […]

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The Importance of Baptism with the Holy Spirit

The Importance of Baptism with the Holy Spirit

Vital Aspects of the Holy Spirit The doctrine of the Holy Spirit has been present from the time of the primitive church and on into the 20th century. However, generally speak­ing, what has been lacking is His concrete influence in the same way that was evident in the early days of Pentecost, in the primitive […]

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Tania Harris: The Church Who Hears God's Voice

Tania Harris: The Church Who Hears God’s Voice

Tania Harris, The Church Who Hears God’s Voice: Equipping Everyone to Recognise and Respond to the Spirit (Paternoster, 2022), 320 pages, ISBN 9781788932462. This book is a revision of Tania Harris’s dissertation in practical theology written under Jon Newton at Alphacrucis University College. It is based on her doctoral research, but it is also informed […]

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A Consuming Fire

A Consuming Fire

During the month of May or June (depending on the calendar), Christians throughout the world celebrate “Pentecost Sunday” – a time of rejoicing and reflection on the mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon those who had assembled to receive power from on high. We must remember and celebrate the significance of this great event. […]

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God’s Remedy for Earth’s 7,000 Languages

God’s Remedy for Earth’s 7,000 Languages

Worldwide, more than 7,000 languages are spoken in 195 different countries (Genesis 11:7). Wonderfully, the Bible—or portions of it—has been translated into more than 3,000 of these tongues; in some form. Christians are found in most of the nationalities. They dress differently, speak a myriad of languages, and worship in their own cultural ways. Even […]

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Andrew Wilson: Spirit and Sacrament

Andrew Wilson: Spirit and Sacrament

Andrew Wilson, Spirit and Sacrament: An Invitation to Eucharismatic Worship (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2018), 140 pages, ISBN 9780310534675. Andrew Wilson has written a highly readable, engaging volume seeking the integration of the streams that are regularly treated as contrastive: sacrament and Spirit. It is not that these are actually contrastive, but too many folks […]

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Why Should We Speak in Tongues?

Why Should We Speak in Tongues?

This guest article by chaplain, editor, author, and speaker James Linzey presents biblical answers about why followers of Jesus should pray in tongues. See the note from the Editor below for more about the perspective of this article.   Why speak with tongues? There are many reasons for speaking in a spiritual language. Primarily, though, […]

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Scot McKnight: Open to the Spirit

Scot McKnight: Open to the Spirit

Scot McKnight, Open to the Spirit: God in Us, God with Us, God Transforming Us (New York: Waterbrook, 2018), ISBN 9781601426345. New Testament scholar Scot McKnight is not your typical seminary professor with a doctorate from the University of Nottingham. Whereas many scholars focus on writing for the academy, or on technical commentaries for seminary-educated […]

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J. P. Moreland: A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles

J. P. Moreland: A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles

J.P. Moreland, A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles: Instruction and Inspiration for Living Supernaturally in Christ (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Reflective, 2021), 274 pages, ISBN 9780310124191. Why is a firm conviction in the ongoing reality, power, and love of God necessary for biblical Christianity? In this book, J. P. Moreland successfully presents principles, arguments, and […]

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Eddie Hyatt: Prophets and Prophecy

Eddie Hyatt: Prophets and Prophecy

Eddie L. Hyatt, Prophets and Prophecy: Timely Insights from the Bible, History, and My Experience (Grapevine, TX: Hyatt Press, 2021), 126 pages, ISBN 9781888435634. Dr. Eddie Hyatt is a veteran in the Pentecostal Movement. He has written previously about the subject of spiritual gifts in his book 2000 Years of Charismatic Christianity. In Prophets and […]

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Celebrate the Holy Spirit

Celebrate the Holy Spirit

We celebrate Pentecost Sunday when Jesus poured out his Spirit on his disciples and the Church began.   Recent articles and reviews about the contemporary ministry of the Holy Spirit Spirit-Empowered Christianity What does Spirit-empowered Christianity look like around the world? Pneuma Review speaks with Todd M. Johnson and Gina A. Zurlo, directors of the […]

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