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Getting the Gospel right

Here’s more from Scot McKnight’s book The King Jesus Gospel.

In this lengthy quote McKnight emphasises the need for the whole story of Israel to be included for our understanding of the Gospel to be complete. 243 more words

Religion & Spirituality

Review: The Story Lives by Henriet Schapelhouman

I first started hearing the word “missional” when I was in college.  It probably started long before then, but that seemed to be when it reached the hallowed halls of Valley Forge Christian College.   854 more words


From Baptist to Anglican: What is the Appeal?

In his Evangelical Theology, Michael Bird, professor and blogger over at Euangelion, talks briefly about his journey from Baptist to Presbyterian and now to the Anglican tradition. 253 more words

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Scot McKnight turns Anglican

Where did this all begin? September, 1981, at St Peter’s Toton outside Nottingham Kris and I and kids wandered into the neighborhood Anglican church, loved both Curate John and Elisabeth Corrie, and we began our lifetime appreciation and formative influence of The Book of Common Prayer, and you may have detected my own interest in prayer books through my small book…

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Gospel, Community, Mission

The Christian organisation 3D Movements recently changed its name from 3D Ministries I think to make its vision appear even bigger: the transformation of people’s perception and practice of discipleship and mission. 2,398 more words


CHURCH & DISILLUSIONMENT: What is or What could be?

The Church: What is or What could be?
by Scot McKnight

Do you love the church for what it could be or what it is? 187 more words


Have we got the gospel wrong?

Here’s a quote from Scot McKnight’s book The King Jesus Gospel.

I believe the word gospel has been hijacked by what we believe about ‘personal salvation,’ and the gospel itself has been resahped to facilitate making ‘decisions’.

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