I mean come on, who doesn't want to read a book titled, "John Wimber's teaching on the Holy Spirit"? When I stumbled across this I snatched it up right away and dove in. The book reads in two parts: in the first part, Morphew explores Wimber's "one sealing, many empowerings" understanding of experiencing the Holy Spirit. He reviews some of the historical arguments and explores some more recent scholarship that engages the same conversation (namely Thomas Lyon's thesis work). In the second part, Nerheim covers many practical elements of Wimber's teaching on charismata: gracelets, impartation, roles, ministries, offices, and so forth. There was a lot in this portion that I had heard here and there, but this is the first time I've come across the whole set together in one resource. This was a great book for dusting off a lot of these concepts and will be a great reference point going forward.

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