Wednesday, 08 April 2015 07:06

Sex and religious liberty: 2015 and 1645

The more things change ...

Published in Columns
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 07:06

At Lent: Sin, evil and us

To believe that God acted in Jesus to redeem us is the great hope and gamble of Christian faith.

Published in Columns

What lessons might American Christians learn from this burgeoning cultural phenomenon?

Published in Columns

A Baptist World Alliance group met for the second of five meetings in an effort to overcome differences that bar Baptists and Methodists from more effective mission together.

Published in Ministry

Reasons for seeking new spiritual homes include an aversion to congregational conflict and the trappings of denominationalism.

Published in Social Issues
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 06:30

Uncoerced faith remains a burning question

Some Baptists in the 17th century asserted that “not the gallows, nor the prisons, nor burning, nor banishing” can defend Christianity. We would do well to listen to them.

Published in Columns
Wednesday, 14 January 2015 06:05

Tasting the Kingdom

An experience at a congregation whose “liturgy may be blown away by the Spirit at any moment.”

Published in Columns

Putting Christ first, embracing missional ministry, avoiding difficult changes and failing to heed God’s call top the agenda of hopes and fears for churches in the coming year. 

Published in Ministry
Wednesday, 31 December 2014 05:46

Epiphanic moments

Changing the way we view the world.

Published in Columns
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 06:05

A nation confronted by conscience

What does it mean and how do we sustain it?

Published in Columns
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