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“I started The Remnant Radio in July 2017. I wanted to produce a theology broadcast that was entertaining, relevant and inspiring. I tried to imagine something that would educate believers in biblical theology and a Christian worldview while not boring anyone to sleep.
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The Remnant Blog
Edited by Dawson Jarrell
This is the last post in my series on physical manifestations. I am particularly focused on what has been called being “slain in the Spirit”. When it comes to those controversial topics. Everyone has an opinion. What is most important is that everyone keep their heads...
What God loves to do with unruly preacher’s kids is a great blessing to me. Firstly, because I am one, but second, because it is always entertaining to me. Here is one of my favorite testimonies of one such PK. It is from the autobiography of Peter Cartwright. ...
As we saw in the last post, what started as a phenomenon evolved over time to be viewed more as a sacramental experience that could happen during a liturgical practice of laying on hands. This week we will look at the theological reflections among Pentecostal thinkers...
Historical Witness In this little historical overview I try to focus on occurrences of such manifestations in evangelical and holiness movements not commonly noted in the history books. In the second half, I look at the evolution of how the church has understood the...