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Eschatological issues in Pentecostalism

May 20th, 2011

As you probably know, there is a group of really vocal, largely ridiculed folks who believe the rapture will happen tomorrow at 6pm.

Kevin Prosch, The Black Peppercorns, and Emergent Charismatics

April 18th, 2010

So the most recent episode of Homebrewed Christianity includes an interview between Kevin Prosch and my friend Mike Morrell.

A church story, on Pentecostals, Anabaptists, and politics

August 16th, 2009

As I've said here before, when I look at church history I see strong, real links between the nonviolent, prophetic, anti-Imperial life that Jesus advocated for his followers, and the charismatic, Spirit-filled life that he advocated for those same followers.

Surgery update

July 20th, 2009

Recently, I wrote some things about Kiera's surgery, which at the time was upcoming and happened today.

Surgery and miracles

July 14th, 2009

If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen me mention Kiera's leg surgery, or the leadup to our learning that it needed to take place.

Pentecost 2009 Reflections

May 31st, 2009

Today is Pentecost Sunday (yesterday, now that it is after midnight). I feel a little weird writing about it, being something of an ecclesial vagabond in the last couple of years.

Multi-culturalism from the early Pentecostals

May 8th, 2009

I talk fairly often about the early characteristics of the Pentecostal movement, especially its ardent pacifism.

Pentecostalism’s nonviolent roots

March 27th, 2009

There is a wonderful post at the Sojourners blog about the nonviolent roots of Pentecostalism.

Decomposition of Christian power

December 7th, 2008

To finish my series, I want to put the things I've looked at together a bit more. I've tried to show how the problems in how historical problems in how the church has looked at politics, culture, and pneumatology have led, in some ways, to current trends in American evangelicalism.

Decomposition of pneumatology

September 20th, 2008

This post is part of a series that looks at some of the ways that movements in church history stop moving and die.

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Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.