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TagsChurch History 1900-Present (71), Church History General (37), Church History 1500-1600 (34), Church History 1800-1900 (28), Church History 30-312 (28), Signs and Wonders (28), Church History 312-600 (27), Autographed by Author (26), Missions History (26), Church History 600-1500 (26) — see all tags

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About meHello, my name is Nathan and I am happily married to Sheri Herum. I am currently attending Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. When I graduate I hope to continue on in School, evetually pursuing a degree in Church History.
My interests include Miracles, the Gifts of the Spirit, and revivals in church history. My current area of research is on miracles in the writing of Augustine of Hippo. I also have been deeply blessed by the fiction of George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis and biographies of such missionaries as Jonathan Goforth and Jackie Pullinger.

About my libraryMy collection attempts to reflect my deep love for the history of Christ's church. Because I was a "missionary kid" missionary biographies are an area of special interest. My charismatic background and years spent in the Vineyard movement are reflected in the "Signs and Wonders" section. The classics section was largely married into, but continues to grow as I have recently begun my study of Latin. It's a fun hodgepodge. I love it.

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Favorite authorsC. S. Lewis, George MacDonald, John Richard Wimber (Shared favorites)

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Too far from Birmingham, unfortunately. I heard Ferguson at the Desiring God conference this year, but would love to hear him at Beeson. Afraid it won't happen.
Are you familiar with Francis MacNutts's books? Leader of a very effective healing and training ministry in Jacksonville, he is scholarly, deeply familiar with church history, soft-spoken(!), patient, with integrity and honesty. He won't claim a healing unless it is certain. If you haven't read him, you might be interested in his "The Healing Reawakening" where he digs deeply into church history to show that the disciples continued with signs and miracles until Emperor Constantine made Christianity fashionable and the disciples went politics and neglected the miracles. The resurgence of signs and wonders in the 20th century is simply renewing the authority given the apostles and earliest disciples -- for several centuries. The church needs it!

If you have read it or do read it I'd like to hear your comments. If you are as big a fan of MacNutt as I am you'll want to read his classic "Healing" and others. I've been to several of his prayer services and considering his strictly biblical approach, honesty, and RESULTS, he is my favorate today.

Dick Parvin
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