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Power Encounters

Author : David Powlison
ISBN : 0801071380
Genre : Religion
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A critique of the deliverance ministries movement, showing positive and negative sides of its fascination with the demonic and sensational accounts, with guidelines for a more biblical approach.

Power Encounters Among Christians In The Western World

Author : Kevin Springer
ISBN : 0060695374
Genre : Religion
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Describes personal encounters with the Holy Spirit, including the experiences of theologians, ministers, and missionaries

Narrative Power

Author : L. Timmel Duchamp
ISBN : 1933500344
Genre : History
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"A mix of established and new writers join several scholars in considering the politics of narrative manifested in fiction, history, and science"--Back cover.

People Of Power

Author : John P. McAndrew
ISBN : 9715503810
Genre : Religion
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Situating the first-person accounts of spirit encounters from Davao and Davao Oriental provinces within the context of a Philippine worldview of indigenous religion and healing, this book examines five central themes: acquiring personal power, remembering one's debt of gratitude, healing as an efficacious power, competing with the power of others, and the localization of religious beliefs. It likewise explores the affinity of localized Philippine religion to the emerging ecological worldview of the universe.

Power And Welfare

Author : Nanna Mik-Meyer
ISBN : 9780415534420
Genre : Business & Economics
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When the state punishes criminals, removes children at risk, or makes demands upon welfare recipients it is immediately apparent that it is exercising power. It is less readily evident that power is at stake when the state seeks to educate, advise, or empower citizens. This book focuses on how power frames these less coercive encounters, promoting critical reflection on the relationship between citizens and the state, and the exercise of professional power. Each chapter includes an introduction to a key thinker or conceptual framework from...

Walk Around The World

Author : Marilynne E. Foster
ISBN : 0875096395
Genre : Religion
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The Walk Around the World series consists of compelling first-person missionary accounts designed to stimulate God's people to intercessory prayer for lost peoples and those who minister to them.

Truth Or Dare

Author : Starhawk
ISBN : 9780062508164
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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An examination of the nature of power that offers creative alternatives for positive change in our personal lives, our communities, and our world.

When The Spirit Comes With Power

Author : John White
ISBN : 083087769X
Genre : Religion
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John White has extensively interviewed many people, including those from John Wimber's Vineyard Christian Fellowship. His years of work as a psychiatrist and as a missionary in the Third World qualify him in a special way to analyze the experiences described in this book. In addition he has thoroughly studied revivals of the past, highlighting the differences and the similarities to what is happening today. As always, John White remains thoroughly biblical as he handles many controversial topics. The result is a book full of pracitcal wisdom and remarkable insight with conclusions that are fresh and surprising.

Birthing The Miraculous

Author : Heidi Baker
ISBN : 9781621362944
Genre : Religion
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God has promised us miracles. Are you willing to do what it takes to see them through? We all desire the favor of God on our lives. We eagerly pray and hope for His miracles, promises, and blessings. But carrying the promises of God often means being stretched, being inconvenienced, and being patient to nourish those promises until it is God’s time for them to be born. In Birthing the Miraculous Heidi Baker weaves true stories from her life and ministry—including personal visitations and life-changing visions—together with the biblical story of Mary’s pregnancy with Jesus to show you how to become a catalyst for God’s glory here on earth. Sometimes God’s promises seem bizarre, implausible, and even crazy. But no matter how impossible His promises seem, we can respond as Mary did, with a yielded cry of “Yes!” It is time to go into every realm of society, carrying your promise, believing for the impossible, and watching God do the miraculous through you.

Prophetic Encounters

Author : Dan McKanan
ISBN : 9780807013168
Genre : Religion
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A broad, definitive history of the profound relationship between religion and movements for social change in America Though in recent years the religious right has been a powerful political force, making “religion” and “conservatism” synonymous in the minds of many, the United States has always had an active, vibrant, and influential religious Left. In every period of our history, people of faith have envisioned a society of peace and justice, and their tireless efforts have made an indelible mark on our nation’s history. In Prophetic Encounters, Dan McKanan challenges simple distinctions between “religious” and “secular” activism, showing that religious beliefs and practices have been integral to every movement promoting liberty, equality, and solidarity. From Frederick Douglass, John Brown, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton in the nineteenth century to Dorothy Day, Martin Luther King Jr., and Starhawk in the twentieth, American radicals have maintained a deep faith in the human capacity to transform the world. This radical faith has always been intertwined with the religious practices of Christians and Jews, pagans and Buddhists, orthodox believers and humanist heretics. Their vision and energies powered the social movements that have defined America’s progress: the abolition of slavery, feminism, the New Deal, civil rights, and others. In this groundbreaking, definitive work, McKanan treats the histories of religion and the Left as a single history, showing that American radicalism is a continuous tradition rather than a collection of disparate movements. Emphasizing the power of encounter—encounters between whites and former slaves, between the middle classes and the immigrant masses, and among activists themselves—McKanan shows that the coming together of people of different perspectives and beliefs has been transformative for centuries, uniting those whose faith is a source of activist commitment with those whose activism is a source of faith. Offering a history of the diverse religious dimensions of radical movements from the American Revolution to the present day, Prophetic Encounters invites contemporary activists to stand proudly in a tradition of prophetic power. From the Hardcover edition.

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