Monthly Archives: March 2016

Azusa Street

By Stephen Bedard One of the most important events in early Pentecostalism was the Azusa Street revival in Los Angeles in the early twentieth century. If one wants to understand the origins of Pentecostalism, Azusa Street needs to be taken into account.
One of our important sources is Azusa Street written by Frank Bartleman. …read more

New article on Philo in RAC

By TorreyS The well-known and well-renowned Lexicon, Reallexicon fur Antike und Christentum, has now been published, including a new article on Philo of Alexandria: D.T. Runia, Philon von Alexandria. RAC Bd 27 (Lfg. 210/217): 605-627 (columns) The publisher of this famous Lexicon states its goals thus (German): Das RAC dient als Hilfsmittel …read more

I agree

By jps Ted Gossard has summed up my feelings about this election year wonderfully well: I am reticent to write on American politics for a good number of reasons. But the current debacle in the election process to the upcoming November 2016 presidential election is making me think and wonder. I wonder …read more

Towards a psychology of nonreligion within a psychology of religion?

By mattsheedy Image processed by CodeCarvings Piczard ### FREE Community Edition ### on 2015-05-18 15:35:01Z | | http://codecarvings.comNote: This post initially appeared on the American Psychological Association blog.Thomas J. Coleman III, David F. Bradley, & Alex Uzdavines Today’s psychology of religion has deep historical roots in the version of Protestant Christianity …read more