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When The Spirit Speaks

Author : Warren D. Bullock
ISBN : 0882432842
Genre : Religion
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"A vocal spiritual gift must meet three criteria: It must bring honor to Christ. It must edify the believers. It must be a positive influence on unbelievers present."--Foreword by George O. Wood.

Word And Power

Author : Gareth William David Stewart
ISBN : 9781630878764
Genre : Religion
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Historically, the Reformed and Charismatic streams have seemed to be almost mutually exclusive. In recent years, this exclusivity has been being challenged by a new generation of Reformed thinkers. This work aims at considering the contribution of John Wimber, the late leader of the Vineyard Churches, to contemporary theological reflection within the Reformed tradition. Taking into account John Wimber's unique theology of the "radical middle," which is somewhere between Pentecostal and Evangelical, this book asks whether Wimber may be a possible alternative source for the contemporary Reformed Churches as they approach ministry and mission in the twenty-first century. Written from a confessional Presbyterian context in Northern Ireland, Word and Power places Wimber in his theological context and asks whether Wimber's view of power evangelism, discipleship formation, and ministry training might be a model that Reformed Churches--and Presbyterians in particular--could adopt for their ecclesiology today.

Gifts Of The Spirit

Author : Verna M. Linzey
ISBN : 9781621366461
Genre : Religion
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How the Holy Spirit works in the world through the gifts of the Spirit God never intended to accomplish the work of the church through human effort but through believers endowed with special spiritual qualifications whom the Spirit could direct and through whom He could work. The gifts of the Spirit are not intended only for some believers—they are for every believer. In The Gifts of the Spirit Dr. Verna M. Linzey includes a historical review of the work of the Holy Spirit and provides a clear understanding of how the Holy Spirit works in the lives of believers. Expounding on pertinent scriptures and sharing her experiences as a daughter of the Azusa Street Revival, Dr. Linzey provides both practical application and theological analysis of each of these gifts, including: Words of wisdom and knowledge Faith Healings and miracles Prophecy Discerning of spirits Tongues and their interpretation Whether you are a new believer or one who has been in the faith for years, this book will help you to walk out God's purpose in your life.

The New Testament Of Our Lord And Saviour Jesus Christ

Author : Henri Decaisne
ISBN : NYPL:33433017069620
Genre : Bible
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The Westminster Theological Wordbook Of The Bible

Author : Donald E. Gowan
ISBN : 066422394X
Genre : Religion
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In The Westminster Theological Wordbook of the Bible an outstanding group of biblical scholars explain key theological and ethical words of the Bible (New Revised Standard Version). In its exploring groups of related words and drawing the reader into the meanings of the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, Gowan's Wordbook will prove immensely helpful in understanding important terms such as "Just," "Kingdom of God," "Resurrection," and "Son of Man."

The Spirit And The Congregation

Author : Ralph P. Martin
ISBN : 9781579100926
Genre : Religion
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Dr. Ralph Martin offers a fresh examination of 1 Corinthians 12-15 with an eye toward contributing to the renewal of worship in contemporary life. Martin specifically addresses issues provoked by the Charismatic movement.

The Last Prophecy

Author : FrançOis Lejeune
ISBN : 1465303197
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Last Prophecy

Because He Said So

Author : Jeffrey B. Thompson
ISBN : 1449714862
Genre : Religion
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Just because supernatural ministry involves things impossible for us to perform does not mean that miracles, signs and wonders are improbable. Learn how to experience miracles, signs, and wonders in your church, at your home, and at your work. Overhaul your thinking about supernatural ministry. It is available to each believer. No experts are needed. Jesus was serious when He said, “Anyone who has faith in me will do those things I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father.” Learn to properly identify the enemy to focus your faith on healing and delivery from torment. Become convinced that all sickness and torment is from the devil—God is not in that business.

Speaking In Tongues

Author : Gerald Hovenden
ISBN : 1841273066
Genre : Religion
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The phenomenon of "Speaking in Tongues"is examined in its religio-historical context. Part 1 considers recent scholarly studies of "inspired speech" in the ancient world where parallels have been alleged with the early Christian experience as recorded in the New testament. In Part 2 both the Lucan and Pauline references to "tongues" are considered in detail with a view to discerning the significance of the phenomenon for the church its its mission and worship. In the light of this, practical implications are drawn for the church in the 21st century.

God Is Not Like That

Author : Diana Spencer
ISBN : 9781426982880
Genre : Religion
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God is Not Like That challenges all Christians to think seriously about how the misunderstandings of the past are currently affecting Christianity worldwide. The work of the Reformation was never finished, because the various factions involved split apart from each other without finding any common resolution to the problems facing the medieval church. The conclusions reached in God is Not Like That have been formulated after years of deliberation, in an effort to stimulate thought and discussion among all denominations of Christianity today. Many problems that stem from these unresolved issues have been inherited by all denominations; for example, the author believes that the Athanasian Creed, while right in its original intent, has been misunderstood by everyone for many centuries. This has been compounded by the fact that for many years there have been growing doubts about the divinity of Christ and the doctrine of the Trinity, even among scholars and teachers, making it difficult for them to explain and defend the faith to an increasingly skeptical world. Meanwhile, its vocal critics do not realize that many of the ideas that they are challenging stem from mistaken assumptions from the past, not with the faith itself; it is urgent that these issues be examined and the distortions resolved. Diana Spencer is a retired Anglican priest, although the views expressed in this book are her own. It was written in the hope that all denominations of Christianity would think about, and discuss, the issues raised. Born in England in 1935, she came to Canada at the age of twenty-one, is widowed, and living in Victoria.

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