Rev. Bill De Arteaga’s bibliography

Rev. Bill De Arteaga’s bibliography

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The Rev. William L. De Arteaga, PhD.

133 Spring Way Sq. Canton GA, 30114

(770) 704-8703 (770) 826-4569

 Abbreviated bibliography


2023    Battling the Demonic: The Kingdom of God vs. the Kingdom of Darkness. (Amazon: KDP).

2022    America in Danger, Left and Right: Biblical Analysis, Actions, and Intercessions for the Current Crisis. (Amazon KDP).

            Marvels and Signs: Quintessential Essays from an Anglican Pentecostal. (Lee Summit: Christos).

2020    On Discerning Trump’s Character and Presidency: A Theological Reflection on How False Prophecy Influenced American Politics. (Amazon: KDP).

2019    Aging Gracefully With the Graces of Healing Prayer. (Lexington: Emeth).

2018    The Public Prayer Station: Taking Healing Prayer to the Streets and Evangelizing the “Nones.”” (Lexington: Emeth).

2017    Pentecostal (and Anglican) Plays (and Postscripts). (Amazon: KDP).

2015    Agnes Sanford and Her Companions: The Assault on Cessationism and the Coming of the Charismatic Renewal. (Eugene: Wipf & Stock).

2002    Forgotten Power: The Significance of the Lord’s Supper in Revivals. (Grand Rapids: Zondervan). Translated into Spanish.

1996    Quenching the Spirit. Revised Edition. (Lake Mary: Creation House). Translated into Spanish and Hungarian.

1992    Quenching the Spirit. (Lake Mary: Creation House).

1983    Past Life Visions: A Christian Exploration. (New York: Seabury, 1982).

Chapters in Books

2014 Strangers to Fire: When Tradition Trumps Scripture. Robert Graves, ed. (Tulsa: Harrison House) “Strange Fire as Parody of Jonathan Edwards’ Theology.”

2013   Watching God Work: The Stuff of Miracles. Carolyn Koontz De Arteaga, (Alachua: Bridge-Logos). “Wisdom for Wisdom Teeth” ghost written.

1986    The Church Divided.  Robert Wise, ed. (South Plainfield: Bridge). “In Defense of Inner Healing,” “Jesus Teaching on Discernment,” “Errors in the Seduction of Christianity.”

Reviews of the Rev. De Arteaga’s books

 Robert Brook, “The Public Prayer Station: Taking Healing Prayer to the Streets and Evangelizing the “Nones,”” Pneuma (Aug 2020).

Jon Ruthven, “Agnes Sanford and Her Companions,” Pneuma Review (Dec. 2015).

Francisco Arriola, “Forgotten Power: The Significance of the Lord’s Supper in Revival,” Pneuma (Fall 2003).

 Henry H. Knight III, “Quenching the Spirit,” Pneuma (Feb. 1965).


 2023    “Charismatic Leaders Fellowship, 2023” Pneuma Review. Posted June20.

“Eviscerating History: Conspiracy Theories and their Consequences,” Pneuma Review. Posted May 1.

The Trials of Getting a Healing Ministry Established at a Christian University.” Pentecostal Theology, blog posting, June 16.

2022    “The Church’s Wounded Tradition of Exorcism and Deliverance,” Pneuma Review. Posted August 15.

2020    “Donald Trump’s Presidency and False Prophecy,” Pneuma Review, Posted Jan. 14, 2020.

“Marian Devotion and the Coming Second Wave of the Catholic Charismatic        Renewal,” Pentecostal Theology, blog posting, April 9.

“The Falls Church Anglican; The Long March to Healing Excellence,” Pneuma    Review. Posted, April 21.

“Report Card for the Church: Response to Covid-19 AND How to Do Better,”       Pneuma Review. Posted, May 15.

“The Energies of God – From the Jerusalem Syndrome to the Fallings.” Pentecostal Theology. Posted Dec. 21.

“The Present American Crisis and the Sinful Nature of Conspiracy Theories,” Pentecostal Theology, blog. Posted Dec. 26.

2018    “Ancient Poisons: Discernment Heresies of the New Testament,” Pneuma Review, Posted Jan. 18.

2017    “Evangelist of Pentecostalism: The Rufus Mosely Story,” Pneuma Review, Posted            Dec 9.

2016    “The Charismatic Renewal.” Pneuma Review, Posted Sept 24.

“Prophecy in the Church: Pathway to Revival,” Pneuma Review, Posted Feb. 18.

“Encouraging Pentecost: Pentecost Sunday,” Pneuma Review, Posted May 19.

“The Christian Seder Meal as Sacrament and Precursor to Romans 11,” Pneuma Review, Posted July 18.

2015   “The Rev. John L. Nevius, “The Holy Spirit Gives a Lesson in Chinese,” Pneuma Review, Posted May 10.

“The Sinfulness and Destructiveness of Conspiracy Theories,” Pneuma Review,  Posted June 29.

2014    “Puritanism: A Legacy Disdained by Historians and Sullied by the Devil’s Victory in Salem,” Pneuma Review, Posted June 15.

“Demos Shakarian and His Ecumenical Businessmen,” Pneuma Review, Posted    Aug. 4.

“A Charismatic Looks at the Birth of Pentecostalism,” Pneuma Review, Posted     Oct. 17.

2006    Introducing Francis and Judith MacNutt,” Pneuma Review, Posted Sept. 21.

“The Wesleyan Revival as Model for the Convergence Movement,” REFLEKS Journal, 5, #1.

2003   “Glenn Clark’s Camps Furthest Out: Schoolhouse of the charismatic renewal,” PNEUMA, 25, #2 (Fall).

1997    “When Heaven Touches Earth:  The Holy Spirit, the Sacraments and Revival,” Touchstone 10 (Spring).

1993    “Agnes Sanford, I” Sharing: A Journal of Christian Healing  (Jan.)

“Agnes Sanford, II” Sharing: A Journal of Christian Healing (Feb.)

1992    “Pioneers of the Christian Healing Revival,” An eleven part series in Sharing

Nov.    “Glenn Clark and the CFO.”

Oct.     “Dorothy Kerin:  A Medieval Saint in Modern Times.”

Aug.    “Sister Aimee.”

Jun.      “Pearcy Dearmer:  A Priest for All Seasons.”

May     “F. W. Puller: A Scribe for the Kingdom.”

Apr.     “A. J. Gordon:  An Evangelical for Healing.

Mar.     “John Nevius:  The Holy Spirit Gives a Lesson in Chinese.”

Feb.     “Dr. Cullis and the Faith-Cure Movement.”

Jan.      “Making Healing Respectable.”

1991    “An Indicator of Inner Healing as Grace:  The Fido Factor,” Journal of Christian Healing 13, No. 2, (Summer).

1988    “Evangelism in Little Five Points, The Prayer Station,” New Covenant, (Oct.).


 2000  Logos Christian College and Graduate School, Jacksonville, FL., Ph.D. in sacramental and revival studies.

1980-1984  Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. Course work towards a Masters of Theological Studies.

1973  Fulbright teacher’s grant to tour and study in India.

1970  University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. M.A. in Latin American history in August of 1970.

1966  Fordham University, Bronx, NY, B.A Latin American History, Spanish literature


 2004   Received as an Anglican priest (Province of the Southern Cone) Currently resident in the Anglican Church of North America

 2000   Deacon and Priest from the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches


 2017-2021       Volunteer healing pastor, Ministry House, Holly Springs GA

2013-2017       Assisting Pastor of healing ministries, Faith Point Church, Holly Springs, GA

2011-2012       Assisting Pastor, City Church, Canton, GA

2010-2019       Christian Freelance writer

2003-2008       Hispanic Pastor, Light of Christ, Marietta, GA, Hispanic Pastor, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church, Marietta GA

1973-2001       Christian freelance writer, with security work as supplement.

1970-1973       Teacher and Social Studies chairperson, Atlanta Public Schools, West Fulton High School

 Awards and Scholarships

1993    Fulbright grant for Indian studies

1970    Teaching assistant at the University of Florida

1969    NDEA Title VI in Latin American history


Professional Organizations

 2021-present   Association of Christian Therapists

2007-present   Fellowship of Charismatic Leaders (Formerly: Charismatic Concerns Committee)

2006-present   State Chaplain Order of St. Luke the Physician (OSL)

1992-present   Conference of Faith and History.

1984-present   The Society for Pentecostal Studies

1985-present   The International Order of St. Luke the Physician Licensed instructor

Military Service

 1967-1969       US Army, 101st Airmobile. Div. Vietnam, civil affairs unit.

Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal

William DeArteaga

William L. De Arteaga, Ph.D., is known internationally as a Christian historian and expert on revivals and the rebirth and renewal of the Christian healing movement. His major works include, Quenching the Spirit (Creation House, 1992, 1996), Forgotten Power: The Significance of the Lord’s Supper in Revival (Zondervan, 2002), and Agnes Sanford and Her Companions: The Assault on Cessationism and the Coming of the Charismatic Renewal (Wipf & Stock, 2015). Bill pastored two Hispanic Anglican congregations in the Marietta, Georgia area, and is semi-retired. He and his wife Carolyn continue in their healing, teaching and writing ministries. He is the state chaplain of the Order of St. Luke, encouraging the ministry of healing in all Christian denominations.

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