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   The December 1999 Pneuma Informer
In this Issue:

  • Introducing some of the Writers and Editors Meet some of the writers and editors who contribute to the Pneuma Review
  • The latest issue of the Pneuma Review
  • Excerpts from the Winter2000 issue of the Pneuma Review:
    • "Bible Answers about Continuing Spiritual Gifts for Your Non-Charismatic Friends" By Jon Ruthven
    • From the Messianic Foundations Series by Kevin Williams, "Appointed Times: The Fall Feasts"
    • The Praying in the Spirit Series by Robert Graves: "Better Than I Was, Not Better Than You Are"
    • "Should Christians Expect Miracles Today?: Objections and Answers from the Bible" Part 1 by Wayne Grudem.
  • Prayer Requests & Praise Reports


Introducing some of the Writers and Editors

Meet some of the contributors to the Pneuma Review and the other publications of the Pneuma Foundation:

Tim Beals is a Contributing Editor to the Pneuma Review. He heads the Bible editorial department at Zondervan's Publishing House, editing and publishing the many popular study Bibles in the Zondervan's line including The Full Life Study Bible.

Larry Taylor, author of "Do Full-Gospel Ministers Need Theology" which appeared in the inaugural issue of the Pneuma Review. Professor Taylor teaches at Portland Bible College and is finishing doctoral work at Fuller.

William De Arteaga is best known for his book Quenching the Spirit (Creation House, 1996). He has experience speaking to and writing for ministers and is an excellent researcher. His breadth of perspective is welcomed to the Pneuma Review. The Pneuma Review conducted an interview with De Arteaga on the topic of revival and its critics, which appeared in the Fall 1999 issue (Vol 2, No 4).

Robert Graves is the author of numerous articles and books including most recently, The Gospel According to Angels (Chosen, 1998). Robert has taught at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas and at Georgia State University. His book Praying in the Spirit (Chosen, 1987) is being reprinted as a series in the Pneuma Review.

William Pankey is an educator at Christian Life College in the Chicago area. He has served as a pastor, a leader in a Messianic congregation, and is the author of "The Holy Spirit and the Exegetical Process" which appeared in the Winter 1999 issue (Vol 2, No 1) of the Pneuma Review.

* Have you enjoyed these biographical sketches of some of the great folks writing for the publications of the Pneuma Foundation? Write us to let us know if you like this feature.


The Latest issue of the Pneuma Review

Domestic US and Canadian subscribers should have already received the Winter 2000 issue (Vol 3, No 1). If you are a subscriber and have not yet received it, please contact Customer Service.


Excerpts from the Winter 2000 (Vol 3, No 1) issue of the Pneuma Review

From "Bible Answers about Continuing Spiritual Gifts for Your Non-Charismatic Friends" By Jon Ruthven

Read the full article on PneumaReview.com



From "Appointed Times: The Fall Feasts", part of the Messianic Foundations Series by Kevin Williams

Read the full article on PneumaReview.com



From: "Better Than I Was, Not Better Than You Are" from the Praying in the Spirit Series by Robert Graves

Read the full article on PneumaReview.com

From: "Should Christians Expect Miracles Today? Objections and Answers form the Bible" Part 1. By Wayne Grudem.

Read the full 4-part series here: http://pneumareview.com/should-christians-expect-miracles-today/.



Prayer Requests

Please pray for the following needs for the Pneuma Foundation:
  1. US Postal Service acceptance of our Non-Profit Bulk Rate mailing permit.
  2. Locating a Printer/Print Shop that will sponsor print jobs for the Pneuma Foundation.
  3. Provision of a Laser Printer for the office (We are looking at two models that range from $300-$800).
  4. Provision for purchasing a Domain name for our upcoming website.

Praise Reports
CPA Bill Westers, I, has been a real help to the Pneuma Foundation Executive Committee in advising on financial matters and non-profit organizational procedures. Bill, a Certified Public Accountant, has been Assistant Treasurer since early October. Thank you, Bill!