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Frederick L. Ware

the fundamental feature of reality. That there is any substance presupposes the dynamic operation of energy. According to Wariboko, spirit is at its greatest manifestation and functionality in harmonious relationships (117). Spirit intensifies and adds complexity to social life and communal

William K. Kay

shaped by the Spirit’s abundance. Rowan Williams expounds parts of Romans 8 to show how the Spirit within believers kindles their longing for God which in turn leads to ‘action and God’s be[ing] so blended together that the energy of giving is what defines you’ (68), and this in turn points to the true

Calvin L. Smith

delivers so little. For O’Neill Guatemala’s neopentecostals invest considerable energy in these Christian practices at the expense of traditional means of engaging politics. He also believes this focus on citizenship and self places the blame for Guatemala’s condition upon the shoulders of believers

Frederick Ware

complex folk healing has now become. Beyond the omens and herbs and roots of healers in the nineteenth century, © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/157007408X346717 368 Book Reviews / Pneuma 30 (2008) 315-370 contemporary folk healing utilizes materials and methods such as energy healing

James Andrews

scholars speak of the decentering of the Black Church along with its declining prophetic energies and influence. Other scholars suggest a significant identity crisis. McGee contributes an important piece to the puzzle that is the Black Church and African American religion. She writes from an insider

Joel A. Carpenter

of Roberts' hard-scrabble Pentecostal upbringing are the sources of his volcanic energy, high-rise ambitions, and dogged insistence that God wants "something good" to happen to each of His people. The story of Roberts' emergence as a nationally famous evangelist is breath-taking in itself, but under

) in various sub-saharan countries. I . e . , instead o f planting Mennonite churches they devote their energies to Bible training, bridge-building, especially between the AIC denominations themselves, and development. Apart from the Mennonites also other churches are working in partnership with AIC

Freek L. Bakker

she proposes to use the Indian rasa doctrine for detecting the Divine. It ‘pursues three sentiments for their aesthetic, spiritual, and ethical value: the transcendence of a soul at peace, the passion of a heart in love, and the liberating energy of fury at injustice’ (p. xvi). The main impetus for

Preparing for Worship

How Music-Listening Outside of Congregational Life Influences Expectations Within

Clive Marsh

order in terms of number of citations): • Relax • Happy/Happiness • Joy • Uplift • Inspiration • Memory • =Calm • =Sad/sadness • Energy We noted that even if not always providing direct opposites, this group of responses

Menno R. Kamminga

, and clean development mechanism. A cap and trade device, emissions trading permits countries and firms to trade allocated emission rights for money with other countries and firms. A carbon offset scheme, joint implementation allows rich countries to finance energy-saving projects in other