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The Coming of Pietistic-Pentecostalism: Summary and Reflection on Amos Yong’s 2015 Downey Lectures

The Coming of Pietistic-Pentecostalism: Summary and Reflection on Amos Yong’s 2015 Downey Lectures

On February 11th and 12th 2015, Amos Yong delivered a two-part series of lectures at Ambrose University for the annual Murray W. Downey Lectureship. Ambrose University is a Christian institution of higher education in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, composed of a denominationally diverse community seeking to represent Christ in their respective fields. Yong is currently Professor […]

Pneuma Review Winter 2015

Pneuma Review Winter 2015

The exclusively digital edition of The Pneuma Review, Winter 2015 (18:1). Some of what you will find in this issue: The Holy Spirit, The Missing Finger: Comparing the Pneumatology of Alexander Campbell and Don Basham A conversation that started with “What Bible Did Jesus Use?” and continued with “What Yeshua Quoted” and “Bishops, Aramaic, and […]

Winter 2015: Other Significant Articles

Winter 2015: Other Significant Articles

Wesley Hill, “The Way God Conducts Us: Saved Through Childbearing? Perhaps We All Are In the End” First Things (November 6, 2014). William De Arteaga writes: “This is a masterpiece on the theology of motherhood.” Ed Stetzer, “A Decision in Ferguson: How Should Evangelicals Respond? The grand jury has made a decision in Ferguson, now […]

Anglican Pentecostal Perspective on Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2015

Anglican Pentecostal Perspective on Charismatic Leaders Fellowship 2015

This year the Charismatic Leaders’ Fellowship (CLF) met on February 23 to the 26, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the Oral Roberts University campus. The weather outside was cold and icy, and in fact about one third of the registered participants could not make it in. But the atmosphere inside the conference was warm with the […]

President's Page: Winter 2015

President’s Page: Winter 2015

The Pneuma Foundation and our journal, The Pneuma Review, have been very blessed these last two years with how Cup and Cross Ministries enabled us to move from print to digital. What a boost this has been. All of us are thrilled with the new website. Although some of us do miss having the paper […]

January 2015: Recent events

January 2015: Recent events

Thank you for your patience while the team worked through how to get PneumaReview.com back online after an outage occurred on Tuesday afternoon, January 27. The site turned back on around 10 pm EST yesterday, Jan 29. Last week, editors were talking about how to address several aspects of long term site maintenance, but we did not […]

Plain Talk for Starting Right in 2015

Plain Talk for Starting Right in 2015

  It may be time to evaluate what you plan to do in ministry in 2015. At the beginning of each New Year, this is what I do: I sit down and reflect on my successes and defeats during the former year and then make a plan. Consider the Following Ten Points: Spiritual Warfare: Engaging […]

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    Amos Yong is Professor of Theology & Mission and director of the Center for Missiological Research at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena. His graduate education includes degree...

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