Why did Jesus die? Christians have been debate and exploring the question since the days when Romans still used crosses. But recent challenges to penal substitutionary theory and a resurgent interest in Christus Victor have brought the discussion back into the forefront of evangelical theology.
- Hangout for ‘MennoNerds’
Two online groups are allowing Anabaptists around the world to form relationships through theological discussion — and leave a trail of Anabaptist resources as they go. (MWR)
- The Curious Case of the German Church
One needs to be careful when discussing German Christianity. Twenty-two regional church bodies may together hold membership in the Evangelical Church in Germany, but these churches profess different theologies. (First Things)