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Signs, Wonders, and the Kingdom of God: A Biblical Guide for the Reluctant Skeptic Paperback – March, 1989
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This opens with the story of Williams's own journey beyond an intellectualized evangelical approach via Baptism in the Spirit and emotional healing (under the influence of John Winber; see his Power Evangelism , LJ 9/1/86). Thereafter it focuses on biblical concepts of God's Kingship and Jesus' call to an unfolding Kingdom in the present, marked by signs and wonders in anticipation of eventual heavenly fulfillment. Williams's intelligence, care, and background make this a good bridge between traditional evangelicalism and faith approaches of the Pentecostal and charismatic renewals.-- EC
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Granted, this is one of the true strengths of the book as theology should never be divorced from life. Instead we must walk out what we believe and allow the Lord to shape our lives through the Bible and theology (which, BTW, simply means the `study of God'). Don does this beautifully - interweaving his life story with the biblical concepts that helped shape his live and ministry.
"For the Bible, God is King and we are called into his kingdom where he wants to reign directly and dynamically in our lives and extend his reign through us to this hostile, fallen world. Only when we have been established in this biblical worldview both intellectually and experimentally, will be rid of our bias against miracles. In this way we will be prepared for God's direct actions to break in upon us, even if, at times, we wish they wouldn't."