This is the third part in a three part series on Jonah. You can find Part I here and Part II here.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about women teachers, especially after John MacArthur’s ‘strange fire’ directed toward Beth Moore. I suppose some of the thinking by MacArthur on this comes form 1 Timothy 2:8-15, which reads, Therefore I want the men in every place to pray, lifting up holy hands, without wrath and dissension.Continue reading “Paul’s Instructions for Women Who Would Teach (And What it Means for Men)”
You can find part I here.
I think for many, the idea of Pentecostal preaching conjures images of some guy with big hair, flashy clothes and lots of shouting. But I would argue that Pentecostal preaching is in fact none of those things though certainly all of them have been present in Pentecostal circles as well as non-Pentecostal circles. I wouldContinue reading “What is Pentecostal Preaching?”
I write about the mission of the church, theology, and culture from a Pentecostal (AG) perspective. I currently serve as department chair for Ministry, Leadership, and Theology at the University of Valley Forge. My thoughts here are my own and do not reflect any official position of the University of Valley Forge. My publications includeContinue reading “About Me”