Poverty, slavery, abortion, predestination, free will, distribution of wealth, losing salvation, alcohol, evolution, creation, propitiation, expiation, paying taxes, communism, socialism, liberals, conservatives, libertarians, God bless America, free world, Murica’s the best, gun restriction, army, war, Middle East, Israel, oil, gas prices, Obamacare, nonparticipation, grace, law, KJV, ESV, Mohammad, Gandhi, Buddha, Confucius, nihilism, dispensationalism, gay, homosexual, women pastors, traditional music, contemporary music, Holy Spirit, Holy Ghost, immersion, sprinkling, infant baptism, God, Church, Jesus. 1,465 more words
Tags » Anabaptism
A friend once described my perception of Christian discipleship as eclectic, and he wasn’t paying me a compliment. He believed that I had drunk from too many different wells, had dabbled in too many different traditions, and the result was a sort of “Rube Goldberg” contraption that made Christian life far more complicated than it needed to be. 838 more words
An excerpt of a paper I wrote about BIC history, based on The Quest for Piety and Obedience by Carlton Wittlinger.
The Brethren in Christ, in their ability to adapt to new discovered perspectives without diluting who their distinction, is their greatest strength. 906 more words
The Anabaptist understanding of church history is a crucial lens through which to understand church today. In this article prominent Anabaptist blogger Marty Troyer sets out three ways in which Christendom still continues to manifest itself… 212 more words
It is surely right that we remember the start of the First World War and that we remember all those men and women who gave their lives in the belief that this was the war that would end all wars. 245 more words