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Ministry in India: 2008 Report

Ministry in India: 2008 Report

India is a complex and diverse nation. People are trapped in tradition, superstition, and religions that do not promise any hope of eternal life. Hindus believe in re-incarnation: that one is re-born several times. While westerners go in search of truth through meditation, and follow Hindu spiritual leaders, their teachings have not helped the average […]

Fall 2008: Suggested Reading

Fall 2008: Suggested Reading

    Suggestions and Comments from Readers   Reader T.S. writes: I thought this critique of postmodern thinking on today’s college campuses was insightful: “The postmodern idolatry is that all spiritual ways of life lead to the same place. Any local truth is a valid truth. In the postmodern mind, they’re all paths to being […]

Fall 2008: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2008: Other Significant Articles

  Skye Jethani, “Apostles Today?: Rediscovering the gift that leaves churches and well-connected pastors in its wake” Leadership Journal (Spring 2008). It is significant to see an introduction to “apostolic ministry” in Leadership Journal, a sister publication of Christianity Today. http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2008/002/15.37.html   James K.A. Smith, “Teaching a Calvinist to Dance: In Pentecostal worship, my Reformed […]

Summer 2008: Suggested Reading

Summer 2008: Suggested Reading

    Suggestions for Further Reading   Tim Keel, “An Efficient Gospel?: The modern world was inclined toward reduction, efficiency, and things you can count” Leadership Journal (Winter 2008). http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2008/001/3.19.html   Earl G. Creps, “Moving Target: Reframing Discipleship for Postmoderns” Enrichment (Winter 2008), pages 68-73.    http://enrichmentjournal.ag.org/200801/200801_068_MovTarget.cfm   TS says, “Christianity Today has a number of […]

Thoughts to Ponder: May 2008

Thoughts to Ponder: May 2008

“To take preaching seriously, you need a high theology of the Word of God. When your preaching announces that Jesus is the crucified and risen Lord of the world, things happen. The principalities and powers are called into account. Human beings who once thought the message of someone rising from the dead is ridiculous, actually […]

Spring 2008: Suggested Reading

Spring 2008: Suggested Reading

      Suggestions for Further Reading Readers have suggested the following as places to find good articles online for further reading on this important subject.   Brian McLaren, “Good Marginal Thinking: The heroes of church history began as reflective Christians who doubted what everyone else took for granted” Leadership Journal (Fall 2007). http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2007/004/14.110.html   […]

Thoughts to Ponder: April 2008

Thoughts to Ponder: April 2008

“The way of Jesus Christ, and therefore the way of all Christian thinking, leads not from the world to God but from God to the world. This means that the essence of the Gospel does not lie in the solution of human problems, and that the solution of human problems cannot be the essential task […]

Spring 2008: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2008: Other Significant Articles

  Mark Noll, “America’s Two Foundings” First Things 178 (December 2007), pages 29-34. Historian Mark Noll argues that the religious landscape that existed at the founding of the United States underwent a dramatic change after 1800 and leading up to the Civil War. In order to clarify current discussions over religion and public life, we […]

Winter 2008: Suggested Reading

Winter 2008: Suggested Reading

      Suggestions for Further Reading Readers have suggested the following as places to find good articles online for further reading on this important subject.   Robert C. Kurka, “Before ‘Foundationalism’: A More Biblical Alternative to the Grenz/Franke Proposal for Doing Theology” JETS 50:1 (March 2007).   Albert Mohler, “Christian Apologetics for a Postmodern […]

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