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Raul Mock
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I am privileged to have been part of publishing this review essay that is bringing Christians of many traditions together to talk about how we may serve Jesus together.

From the review essay by Pentecostal historian Harold Hunter, "Journey with the Orthodox":
"Chryssavgis makes a poignant plea on Bartholomew’s behalf when it comes to conducting a ministry of reconciliation. Chryssavgis explained to me that he finds a parallel here with St. John Chrysostom who was open to the church of Antioch, but also Alexandria when under Cyril challenged Constantinople’s primacy. Chrysostom received delegates from Alexandria which would have generated controversy. For his part, Bartholomew has had to endure being labelled a heretic or traitor by those who cling to a rigid narrow interpretation of Tradition.
​"​This kind of response is not unknown to Pentecostal pioneer ecumenists such as myself who continue to seek to bring a Pentecostal presence to any table that welcomes such a voice. Pentecostals will find it of interest that Chryssavgis claims that Bartholomew turned the World Council of Churches Faith & Order Commission toward the 'Apostolic Faith' project. I remember publishing the first Pentecostal response to such an ecumenical document and arguing that Pentecostals were innately drawn to discussions about apostolicity.​"​

http://pneumareview.com/journey-with-the-orthodox-biography-of-ecumenical-patriarch-bartholomew-reviewed-by-harold-d-hunter/
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Read Pastor John Lathrop's review of the book: http://pneumareview.com/sam-storms-practicing-the-power/
"I spoke in tongues for the very first time and it caught me altogether and utterly by surprise."
-Sam Storms

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I made an update to "Insights: feedback and the editorial process." If you have ever considered writing for PneumaReview.com, it is a great place to start learning the inner workings. http://pneumareview.com/insights-feedback-and-the-editorial-process/
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Pneuma Review's 1400th article published on July 5. A review by David Bradnick of Proclaiming the Scandal of the Cross.
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Missing the print version, but grateful for new opportunities
Someone wrote to me recently asking about the print version of the journal I serve as editor for, The Pneuma Review. We had been publishing a quarterly print since Fall 1997, but faced some serious financial challenges in 2013 that pushed us to explore and then transition to an open-access online format.

I wrote back:
As much as I wish it was otherwise, we have discontinued the print publication of The Pneuma Review and are fully online as of the Winter 2015 issue. I think I can speak for all of the editors when I say we all miss having the hardcopy of the journal. We all love books and print. However, we could not continue to publish the print version and we are grateful for the opportunity to expand our global audience without the limitations of printing and mailing costs holding us back.
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I always enjoy reading Alan Jacobs. Here is a review essay on the reorganization of the European University in the 19th century, its breakdown into utility ("How do I make the most money"), and what this can tell us about the mess N. American universities are today.
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This seems like good advice about writing. I encourage all of my friends interested in writing to read this short article.
http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/authors/pw-select/article/70601-how-to-become-a-content-machine-and-why-success-depends-on-it.html
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You can see me (for at least a moment) and other members of my family in this 2013 recording.
The unveiling of the first statue of my grandmother, Jerrie Mock, in honor of her flight.  She was the first woman to fly around the world!
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What’s So Dangerous About Grace?
Biblical scholar John Barclay explains why Paul shocked his religious peers—and reminds us how radical the gospel really is.
Interview by Wesley Hill/ December 31, 2015
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