Strangers to Fire (Graves): When Tradition Trumps Scripture / November 01, 2016
This is an anthology of 35 essays edited by Robert W. Graves, President of The Foundation for Pentecostal Scholarship; written by 26 authors of the Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Third Wave movements or non-cessationists of traditional denominations responding to John F. MacArthur’s Strange Fire or cessationism and the abuse of the charismata in general. Foreword by J. Lee Grady.
Authors include Wayne Grudem, Jack Deere, Craig Keener, Jon Ruthven, Sam Storms, Doug Oss, Mel Robeck, Paul Elbert, Randy Clark, Robert Menzies, J. P. Moreland, Gary Greig, Mark Rutland, Gary Shogren, William De Arteaga, William K. Kay, and Melvin Hodges.
- Editors: Robert W. Graves
- Authors: Craig Keener, Doug Oss, Gary Greig, Gary Shogren, J. P. Moreland, Jack Deere, Jon Ruthven, Mark Rutland, Mel Robeck, Melvin Hodges, Paul Elbert, Randy Clark, Robert Menzies, Sam Storms, Wayne Grudem, William De Arteaga, William K. Kay
- Publisher: Empowered Life
- Publish Date: November 1, 2016
- ISBN: 978-1680310863
- # of Pages: 592
- Level: Popular, Semi-technical, Student, Teacher
- Tradition: Charismatic, Pentecostal
- Language: English
- Categories: Theology
- Publisher Categories: RELIGION / Christian Theology / General
- Min Acc Version: 11.2
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