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Fall 2005: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2005: Other Significant Articles

  William L. De Arteaga, “Glenn Clark’s Camps Furthest Out: The Schoolhouse of the Charismatic Renewal” PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 25:2 (Fall 2003), pages 265-288. The author of Quenching the Spirit (Creation House, 1996) says that the CFO had a significant impact on the Charismatic Renewal of the 1960s and […]

From the Editor's Desk: Fall 2005

From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2005

from the editor’s desk Unlike some critics of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement, those of us in the broad movement know that many diverse views are held by those who recognize the Holy Spirit’s activity today. Many controversial issues and shades of emphasis keep the movement from being any kind of monolith. Only the core doctrines of […]

Coming in the Fall 2005 (8:4) Issue

Coming in the Fall 2005 (8:4) Issue

    Some of the content you can expect to see in our next issue.   Spiritual Ecstasy: Israeli Spirituality in the Days of Jesus the Messiah, by Kevin Williams Kevin Williams takes a break from his commentary on the Gospel of Matthew to talk about what the Pharisees of the New Testament era really […]

We Dare Not Fall: Dealing With the Peril of Clergy Sexual Misconduct

We Dare Not Fall: Dealing With the Peril of Clergy Sexual Misconduct

Stanley J. Grenz, “We Dare Not Fall: Dealing With the Peril of Clergy Sexual Misconduct.” Enrichment (Fall 2004), pages 38-47, 51. Sexual misconduct on the part of the clergy is fast becoming a national problem of epidemic proportions. In an over-sexed society, bombarded by sexual themes and images on all sides, increasing sexual misconduct on […]

Fall 2004: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2004: Other Significant Articles

  Matthew Kutz and Jason King, “We Must Pass the Baton” Charisma (June 2004), pages 84-86. These thirty-something leaders urge the veteran generation of Christian leaders to invest in mentoring the emerging generation. After discussing some of the difficulties keeping older leaders from mentoring, they call the up-and-coming leaders to become servant protégés and to […]

Coming in the Fall 2004 (7:4) Issue

Coming in the Fall 2004 (7:4) Issue

  Messianic teacher Kevin Williams continues his Messianic Foundations Series with part 15 of his series on Matthew. In the Fall issue, we shall begin the examination of the sometimes-thorny issue of “forgiveness.”   J. Rodman William’s book The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today (Logos, 1980) will conclude in the Fall issue with his […]

From the Editor's Desk: Fall 2003

From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2003

from the editor’s desk What have you been reading lately? Besides, of course, every issue of the Pneuma Review that you receive. What books are challenging you to think beyond the old boundaries and grow in your relationship with our Master? What ideas and practical insights are you discussing among your friends and peers? I […]

Fall 2003: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2003: Other Significant Articles

“Three Centuries of Objections to Biblical Miracles” Mark J. Larson. Bibliotheca Sacra 160 (Jan-Mar 2003), pages 77-100. This article describes and critiques the pervasive denial of the supernatural elements of the Bible among Rationalism thinkers and philosophers of the last three centuries. Pastor Larson offers convincing proofs for why these rationalistic objections to the miraculous […]

Fall 2002: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2002: Other Significant Articles

  Andy Butcher, “When It’s Hard to Believe” Charisma (April 2002), pages 38-46. What do your non-Christian neighbors really think about you and what you believe? Charisma asked a panel of unchurched people to explain how they see the church, offering an unflattering mirror of what we look like to the world we are trying […]

President's Page: Fall 2002

President’s Page: Fall 2002

    The early Pentecostals had an expectation of the soon return of Jesus. That expectation drove them to urgently share Jesus with the world. This urgency is what has fueled the worldwide growth of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement. Let us talk about that for a moment. As Bible-believing Christians, we affirm that Jesus is the […]

From the Editor's Desk: Fall 2002

From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2002

Fall is my favorite time of year. I enjoy the crisp mornings and pleasant evenings which are great for curling up with a book or your favorite journal. Even if you do not live in a crisp-autumny place like I do, may the Fall of 2002 be a memorable time for you and those you […]

Pneuma Review Fall 2001

Pneuma Review Fall 2001

Fall 2001: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2001: Other Significant Articles

 Reviewed by the Editors “The Genesis of our Woes” by Martin Hengel. Christianity Today (June 11, 2001). Pp. 78-80. Hengel relates the current state of human progress with the first chapters of Genesis. Excellent sermon starter material. “In the Beginning…” Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies (Vol 4, No 1, January 2001). Pp. 73-148 In this […]

Coming in the Fall 2001 (4:4) Issue

Coming in the Fall 2001 (4:4) Issue

  Although the concept called spiritual mapping is mainstream in the independent charismatic movement, this new arms race against the devil is not without controversy. Professor Larry Taylor offers a biblical challenge to this practice in his paper “Worldviews in Conflict: Christian Cosmology and the Recent Doctrine of Spiritual Mapping” which will be appearing serially […]

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