The topic of social justice is one which ebbs and flows but always resurfaces in discussions of politics and ethics in relation to Christianity. Most recently the topic has been shifted to […]
The Missional Church of the Missional God – Coming Into a Fuller Understanding of Christian Missions
For many Christians in the church today the term “missions” brings to mind fuzzy images of Caucasian Christians entering into jungles to give the Gospel to the unreached tribal peoples who live […]
In telling the story of the Presbyterian Church in America there are a number of different places one can start. One could begin with the Reformation. Presbyterianism places itself in the Reformed tradition and thereby traces its roots back to the Reformation in the 16th Century, where the Reformers broke off from the Catholic church in order to work towards a purer theology.
The question is sometimes raised, “How is one to identify a Christian; what is it that marks them as a Christian?” In his text The Mark of the Christian, Francis Schaeffer works […]
The caption for this book is “a penetrating analysis of the trends in modern thought.” The goal of the book is to provide an brief overview and outline of the past 800 […]