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Coming in the Spring 2011 (14:2) Issue

Stephen Lim says there is an elephant in the church: the lack of real discipleship. Dr. Lim leads us into an examination of the problem and gives us strategies for ousting nondiscipleship.


Join the continuing conversation asking, “How should we lead the church?” Woodrow Walton makes “The Case for Anonymous Leadership.”


In “Theological Roots of the Word of Faith Movement: New Thought Metaphysics or Classic Faith Movements?” historian Paul King introduces us to the origins of the controversial Word of Faith movement.


Some reviews to look for in the Spring 2011 issue:

Tony Richie reviews The Handbook of Theological Education in World Christianity: Theological Perspectives, Ecumenical Trends, Regional Surveys from Regnum.

Significant excerpts from Timothy Lim’s in-depth review of Patrick Downey, Desperately Wicked: Philosophy, Christianity and the Human Heart.

Pastor Jim Purves reviews Timothy Ward’s book Words of Life: Scripture as the Living and Active Word of God from IVP Academic (2009).

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Category: Pneuma Review, Winter 2011

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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