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20 Questions for the Churches in Africa
Conrad Mbewe, a Zambian pastor, asks them in his book. But there are others worth considering.
Quando a doutrina deve dividir e quando a unidade deve prevalecer?
Como a “triagem teológica” nos ajuda a escolher nossas batalhas em questões de fé.
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Kapan Doktrin Memecah Belah, dan Kapan Persatuan Menang?
Bagaimana "teologis triase" menolong kita untuk memilih peperangan dalam hal iman.
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When Should Doctrine Divide, and When Should Unity Prevail?
How “theological triage” helps us pick our battles on matters of faith.
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My Generation Prized ‘Authenticity.’ Why I’ve Come to Love Wearing a Mask.
I'm only my truest self when I'm playing the role of disciple.
True Doctrine Doesn’t Wait
Without good theology, you can’t have Christlike love and compassion.
The Unfortunate Pedigree of the Missional Church
Why we need to rethink the church.
The Age of Pelagius
An ancient heresy continues to affect our culture in surprising ways.
Our Churches Are Either Sacramental or Charismatic
The Early Church didn't make a distinction. So why do we?
Ten Theses on Creation and Evolution That (Most) Evangelicals Can Support
We won’t achieve perfect unanimity on every contested topic.
A New Guild Aims to Equip Women and Amplify Orthodoxy
An interview with Pelican Project members Karen Swallow Prior, Kristie Anyabwile, and Tish Harrison Warren.
5 Terms Christians Need To Stop Misusing
The way we’ve been using these terms causes confusion for newcomers, nonbelievers and even for long-time Christians.
Christian, What Do You Believe? Probably a Heresy About Jesus, Says Survey
Third study of the state of American theology, examining 34 beliefs, released by Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research.
Want To Go Deeper And Wider? Underline New Stuff
I can’t gain new understanding of anything – even of the ideas I already agree with – if all I do is keep reinforcing old facts.
Fleming Rutledge: Why Being ‘Spiritual’ Is Never Enough
Americans increasingly identify as “spiritual but not religious.” Radical faith goes beyond both.
Turkey’s Churches, Famous for Historic Schism, Finally Agree on Doctrine
Joint book project by Orthodox, Catholics, and Protestants follows efforts to present accurate information about Christianity in Muslim-majority country.
It Doesn’t Get Any More Personal
Why evangelicals give pride of place to penal substitutionary understandings of the Cross.
What’s a Christian to Do with Statements and Confessions?
Public pressure to sign or abstain from them undermines their greatest value.
How to Love Your Ideological Enemy
If hospitality is a model for discipleship, then we need both open doors and clear boundaries.
Who’s In Charge of the Christian Blogosphere?
The age of the internet has birthed a crisis of authority, especially for women.

Top Story March 2, 2021

Why Christians Who Speak Jesus’ Language Can’t Agree on Their Name
Why Christians Who Speak Jesus’ Language Can’t Agree on Their Name
It took Aramaic speakers 1,500 years to agree on Christology, now their main debate is over Assyrian identity. Could Pope Francis’ visit to Iraq encourage unity?

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