Though our trip home was eventful, our time in Iringa was tremendously encouraging and fruitful. We went to be part of teaching some theological stuff to TAFES leaders. I was asked to do church history in about 3 hours. I had ten periods of Christian history, and made an application […]
When our JW callers tried to convince me that the Trinity was a mere controversy, I decided to write this series about what the cash value of the Trinity is for the average Christian. Because the Trinity is not a philosopher’s invention. Sure, there’s been plenty of philosophising about the […]
On the eve of the 2011 Australian national census, we religious types are interested in the proper recognition of our communities. Some Muslims are talking about about the under-representation of their communities. However, Christians like me are concerned about being over-represented.
Three Views on Eastern Orthodoxy and Evangelicalism, edited by James Stamoolis, seeks to answer the question, ‘Are Evangelicalism and Eastern Orthodoxy compatible?’ Part of the Counterpoints series (see Arthur’s comments here), it brings together 5 scholars of differing views to present their own papers and respond thoughtfully to each others. Bradley […]