John H. Walton
He is an Old Testament scholar and professor at Wheaton College. He is the creator of the "Lost World" series of videos and books (A good place to become acquainted with his methodology can be found in "The Lost World of Genesis One"). Dr. Walton's works are available on Amazon, and many of his presentations are available if you go to: biologos.org
One of the world's finest New Testament scholars, a popular speaker, and a prolific author.
Is a biblical scholar and professor at Asbury Theological Seminary. Dr. Keener is considered one of the foremost experts in the world when it comes to the social and cultural background of the Bible. He is also an unapologetic Pentecostal who has written on the continuation of "works of power" (miracles) to the present day.
A former Catholic priest who struggled with alcoholism his whole life but found, and eloquently expressed, God's "furious love" toward us. As well as His unfathomable inexplicable grace.
He is a psychiatrist who neutrally observed manifestations of the Holy Spirit at various Vineyard meetings. The result of those observations are interesting and you can read them in "When the Spirit Comes With Power."
George Eldon Ladd
He is a Professor of New Testament at Fuller Seminary. He helped revolutionize our understanding of the Kingdom of God as both "already and not yet." Ladd had a profound effect on John Wimber and the Vineyard. You can read more about that in "The Gospel of the Kingdom."
The healing, teaching, writing, and prayer ministry of John and Paula Sanford. They state: We believe all teaching and healing is an expression of the love and mercy of the Lord Jesus Christ. Neither teaching nor healing is something we do, but rather it is the work of the Holy Spirit.
Obviously, it would be problematic if we attempted to list all the great works available to us We have included these as only several options among thousands! Our hope is that you would be led by the Holy Spirit to explore the incredible riches of God's wisdom, compassion, grace, love, understanding, etc. as they are expressed through His people! Also, we must remember to access any resource only as a means to deepen our love for God and for people. "Knowledge puffs up, love edifies" (1 Cor. 8:1).