Morning Roundup 3/25/15
Mean Churches; Powerful Productivity; What is Anglicanism?
ago, said in answer to a question about his identity as a minister of the church, “I'm first a Christian, second a Protestant, third a Calvinist In this clip, Kyle talks about modern-day idolatry.
Blessed Are the Super Bowl Stars?
Like Russell Wilson, most believe God rewards faithful athletes.
For this Sunday's Super Bowl XLIX, more viewers will start their day in church before watching 46%) over watching the game (6%) stayed about the same, with about a third saying they
Not So Common Prayer—to a Not So Common God
Our theology and practice of prayer are determined by our view of who God is.
6:10). And in the Book of Acts, it was the third hour on the day of Pentecost when 120 disciples were in the upper room praying and were filled with the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:3, 15).
Morning Roundup 1/22/15
Church Multiplication; The Moody Church; Churches Accepting Gays/Lesbians
Here's the scenario: I will either give you $1 million right now, or I will give you a penny today and give you twice as much every single day of the month. This the third wave of the NCS.
Revival 100 Years After the Armenian Genocide
My family, displaced by the genocide, returned to see Christ at work in our homeland.
One hundred years ago this April, the first genocide of the 20th century began in modern-day Turkey. (In the third century, Armenia was the first nation to accept Christianity as its
Is Gospel Amnesia Creating a Third Great Schism?
Andrew Walker and Robin Parry seek wisdom from the Christian past to heal modern-day church divisions.
Is Gospel Amnesia Creating a Third Great Schism? Andrew Walker and Robin Parry seek wisdom from the Christian past to heal modern-day church divisions.
The Unexpected Defenders: Meet the Women Apologists
Apologetics has long been a bastion of men—until now.
“I know of a private-school teacher who on the first day of theology class drew a “Bonhoeffer calls it the ministry of listening,” she says. “It seems basic, but it's huge.” Third, ask questions.
Oxford's Unapologetic Female Apologist
Amy Orr-Ewing proclaims the faith, once the bedrock of Britain, to an audience wanting more than rationalism.
I'll read it every day until I finish it.”. “People just don't think it will be relevant to them.” We're sitting in her airy third-story office, sipping coffee on stylish gray couches.