frgavin on July 29th, 2016

28 Jul 2016 Author: Peter Sanlon Amazing Love: Theology for Understanding Discipleship, Sexuality and Mission. Ed. by Andrew Davison. Darton, Longman & Todd: London, 2016. 144pp. £8.99 I know Andrew Davison, and had enjoyed theological conversation with him in the past. I was planning to post a review of his short book (which was sent to […]

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Read whole article here.   Latin phrases and their meanings. There are a series of Latin phrases that are widely used in theology such as sola scriptura, sola fide and ecclesia reformata semper reformanda. One thing they all have in common, apart from saying things that are theologically significant, is that their meaning needs careful […]

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frgavin on July 24th, 2016

CultureWatch Bill Muehlenberg’s commentary on issues of the day… Evangelical Christianity has long been known for its emphasis on theological orthodoxy, a high view of Scripture, and an adherence to sound doctrine. Indeed, one of the defining distinctions between evangelicals and theological liberals over the past few centuries was the fact that evangelicals took the […]

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frgavin on July 23rd, 2016

By Sam Storms https://www.crossway.org/ This is a guest post by Sam Storms, author of Packer on the Christian Life: Knowing God in Christ, Walking by the Spirit. Today is J. I. Packer’s 90th birthday. Longevity in life and ministry is often taken for granted in our day. We quickly forget that Thomas Aquinas died at […]

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frgavin on July 23rd, 2016

A strong voice from Europe warns that ‘sexual liberation’ is anything but. By Gabriele Kuby http://www.mercatornet.com/ When German writer and public speaker Gabriele Kuby talks about the effects of the West’s student revolution of 1968 she knows her stuff. She was there, at the Free University of Berlin, studying sociology and gung-ho with the anti-authoritarianism […]

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frgavin on July 22nd, 2016

Author: George Conger An Anglican mission agency has conceded that its attempts to rebrand itself to be relevant to a 21st century audience has failed. The Us announced this week that it would be change its name back to the USPG. In a statement posted on its website, the Us said that a marketing study […]

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Bible and Mission …. exploring the interface between Scripture and the Church’s mission …. Introduction  The past few weeks have entrenched immoral practices and the teaching of error in whole provinces of the Anglican Communion.  The affirmation of same-sex unions for laity and clergy in the Scottish Episcopal Church (and the Church of Scotland, with […]

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