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Evangelicals and disagreement: What can we learn from the Arians?

If you haven’t seen the news recently, Christian worship leader and media commentator Vicky Beeching has come out as gay. (If you don’t know who she is, or any of the background, that link will hopefully explain). 1,295 more words

Religion

The Division of the Bible and the Canon (History of the Bible, part 4)

Have you ever wondered how the Bible came to be separated into two testaments? What in the world is a testament anyway? Many people question this, and that is an excellent thing to do! 1,083 more words

The History Of The Bible: There And Back Again

Become a heretic for a while

Heresy serves a purpose. Thats right, I said heresy serves a purpose. Now before you think that I have slipped and fallen in the shower hear me out. 399 more words

False Doctrine

Very God of Very God

It’s easy to forget that Christianity is not re-invented every generation. The orthodoxy we take for granted today was contended and fought for by countless Christians. 513 more words

Woman – The Essential Other by Natalie Weaver

I am writing from Oxford, England, where I am privileged to be staying this summer while attending an institute on the theme of “Otherness” in medieval Judaism.  1,062 more words

General

Actors, Artists, and A.W. Tozer

C.S. Lewis wrote, while introducing a new translation of Athanasius’s On the Incarnation, that people ought to read two old books for every new book they pick up. 733 more words

C. S. Lewis