church July 28, 2016 The Convergence Movement: what say thee? John Ruffle | PentecostalTheology.com The Convergence Movement: what say thee? This week’s Catholic Herald: The Pope’s Great Evangelical Gamble. #CatholicHerald #PopeFrancis #Evangelical #Christianity #ConvergenceMovement #Jesus convergencemovementthee PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThe HILLARY Prophecies Next articleCan one be a Pentecostal Calvinist? 7 Comments Reply July 28, 2016 Jon Ray Good post bro. John Ruffle What say ye? William DeArteaga Reply July 28, 2016 William DeArteaga I like the article. I did not know the Pope had been baptized in the Spirit in this way. That makes me more hopeful about his pontificate, though I am still suspicious. Reply July 28, 2016 Jon Ray Which way is he baptized? Is there another way? Presumably many Catholic mystics have experienced the Holy Ghost baptism through history Reply July 28, 2016 John Ruffle I’m cautious. Too many people are claiming some sort of baptism, but I’m very concerned about the lack id liturgical depth in the Church at large. Was going to say “theological depth” – but maybe there is too much theology – or certainly far too much theological opinion, and as a result, he who shouts loudest makes the top of the popularity list. But that is not how God’s economy operates. For around 7 years, I’ve been considering my actions should Islamic terrorists attack a morning mid-week Catholic mass. Now it’s come to pass. Meantime we are holding “feel good” spectator-driven services and I wish I could see genuine community being built – but I guess I’m short sighted, because I’m not seeing it. We need a divine visitation – not “revival” in the accepted sense of the word. Reply July 28, 2016 Varnel Watson Is this basically Catholics that are converting to the faith instead of to the church? Reply July 29, 2016 Jon Ray http://www.crisismagazine.com/2016/women-deacons-matter-authority Reply May 23, 2017 Varnel Watson Tim Renneberg Is this better than Chan – also pushed in our churches Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.