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Book Review: Flame of Love

Tweet Flame of Love suggests that from the Day of Pentecost the early Christians experienced the tremendous power of the Holy Spirit. They were filled with unexpected sacrificial love, freed from the powers of this world, and given a new kind of ministry of the Spirit (2 Cor. 3:3-9). The works of the Holy Spirit did not simply “disappear” after ... Read More »

Book Review: Reformed and Always Reforming

Tweet I just read Reformed and Always Reforming: The Postconservative Approach to Evangelical Theology by Roger Olson. Throughout the whole book I was nodding my head and shouting amen. Roger is a theology professor at Treutt Seminary– Baylor University. Essentially Roger articulated an evangelicalism that may be suited for the 21st century. I believe that Roger has been involved in ... Read More »

JP Moreland Wants A Triangular Kingdom Perspective

Moreland has been wanting a bigger Kingdom perspective and he accidentally got introduced to the power of the Holy Spirit. Now, JP Moreland is a member at Anaheim Vineyard who strongly believes we are co-labors with God who have the power of the Holy Spirit do arrange signs and wonders. Read More »

Book Review: The New Christians by Tony Jones

A review of Tony Jones' book: Dispatches from the Emerging Front Read More »

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