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  1. Exorcism and Deliverance Ministry in the Twentieth Century

    James M. Collins

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2009

    This study seeks to demonstrate that exorcism/deliverance ministry is an innately enthusiastic practice utilizing John Knox's classic study of Christian enthusiasm. The twentieth century provides... read more »
  2. For Zion's Sake

    Paul Richard Wilkinson

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2008

    By locating Christian Zionism firmly within the Evangelical tradition, Paul Wilkinson takes issue with those who have portrayed it as a "totally unbiblical menace" and as the "roadmap to... read more »
  3. God in our Nature

    Peter Kenneth Stevenson

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2007

    Arguably the leading Scottish theologian of the nineteenth century, John McLeod Campbell's theology is much criticized and often misunderstood. Previous accounts have tended to overlook both his... read more »
  4. James Denney (1856-1917)

    James M. Gordon

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2006

    James Denney is now best known, though in increasingly restricted circles, for his book The Death of Christ, considered for over a century a lucid and standard exposition of objective atonement... read more »
  5. John Wesley's Preachers

    John Lenton

    Wipf and Stock / JUL 2009

    This book is about those preachers whom John Wesley called his "Sons in the Gospel," their lives, their importance in the Methodist movement and their wider significance. It is about those who... read more »
  6. Laws of the Spiritual Order

    Don Horrocks

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2007

  7. Nonconformity's Romantic Generation

    Mark Hopkins

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2007

    This is the first book to attempt a theological portrait of a pivotal generation in the history of the English Free Churches. It does so through a dual strategy: firstly, studying the theological... read more »
  8. Oxford's Protestant Spy

    Andrew Atherstone

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2007

    Charles Golightly (1807-1885) was a notorious Protestant polemicist. His life was dedicated to resisting the spread of ritualism and liberalism within the Church of England and the University of... read more »
  9. Pentecostal Origins

    James Robinson

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2011

    Harvey Cox describes Pentecostalism as "the fascinating spiritual child of our time" that has the potential, at the global scale, to contribute to the "reshaping of religion in the twenty-first... read more »
  10. Prisoners of Hope?

    Crawford Gribben, Timothy C. F. Stunt

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2007

    A fervent millennial hope has often existed at the heart of Protestant evangelicalism. Varieties of eschatology have exercised a profound impact on the movement's theology and history. Although... read more »

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