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Coming in the Spring 2002 (5:2) Issue


English professor Brian White gives a practical reminder of the empowerment of the Spirit in our day-to-day lives in his article “Pentecost and the Inside-Out Church.”


Messianic teacher Kevin Williams continues his Messianic Foundations Series with the fifth chapter in a mini-series on the Gospel of Matthew. Kevin will be looking at the Hebraisms and Jewish background often missed to reveal beautiful prophetic pictures fulfilled at the coming of Messiah. Be sure to read every installment of this unique commentary on the Gospel to the Hebrews.


Pastor Derek Vreeland tells the story of one man who shaped the Pentecostal/charismatic movement in “Edward Irving: Preacher, Prophet & Charismatic Theologian.”


The Pneuma Review is pleased to present the full text of J. Rodman William’s book The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today (Logos, 1980) in succeeding issues. You will be deepened and encouraged by this exposition of the contemporary work of the Holy Spirit.


In the article, “Workmen or Captives? Avoiding the Snare of Subjectivity” Pastor Dave Harvey exposes some of the lies of the current popular feel-good approach to interpreting Scriptures, encouraging us to learn to handle the Word properly. In doing so, we will become skilled workmen in the rich, timeless, and objective truth of God’s Word, rather than remain captives in our own cramped, subjective little universe of personal impressions.


The Pneuma Review editorial committee has assembled a diverse panel to discuss the important topic of free-will and how beliefs about it affect our theology. Starting the discussion in the Spring 2002 issue will be Dr. Ken Archer, of Church of God Theological Seminary, Cleveland, Tennessee, presenting the openness theism perspective. In future issues you will see responses from charismatic Calvinists, classical Arminians, and those who say the free-will of man and complete sovereignty of God are compatible. Join us for this friendly dialogue and be deepened in your appreciation for brothers and sisters who have reached different conclusions on this important topic.


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Category: Winter 2002

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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