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One Community of Believers

The Brethren in Christ have most strongly sought after the goal of piety—making its pursuit one of the primary aspects of the Church’s identity. Carlton O. 1,772 more words

History

An authentic witness: Remembering Norman Kraus

Ted Grimsrud—April 29, 2018

As I appreciatively joined in the memorial service yesterday (April 28) for my friend Norman Kraus, who died on April 6 at the age of 94, I reflected on my first encounter with his writing. 2,722 more words

Peace Theology

PAUL THE CALVINIST; PAUL THE ANABAPTIST

One of the great scandals of the modern church, at least in America, is the sectarian rivalries that divide it.  The church is divided into warring camps, each taking great pains to disavow the theology of the others.  893 more words

Aglow International Ghana – Selling the Golden Pot of The Kingdom of God For The Ceramic Bowl of Ghana.

I write this post in memory of a very dear brother, Sidney Laud Yaw Nii Sai Schandorf, who died in a senseless road accident on 2 April 2018. 2,883 more words

Religion

Lost Presbyterian Lenses

When contending that Reformed theology, in the context of early seventeenth-century Puritanism, is the most significant influence on Particular Baptist origins and theology, this question naturally arises: If the Particular Baptists were so similar to the Reformed tradition, why is it that those in the Reformed tradition viewed the early Particular Baptists as something so different? 1,453 more words

Westminster Confession Of Faith

Dynamic Citizens

A Compelling Testimony

In a country torn apart by political turmoil, Christians need to stand up and disrespect and demonize the government. If we are going to create real change this is justified and necessary. 876 more words

Doctrine

Should You Go to Bible School?

My Experience

The snow crunched under my feet as I timidly approached the sprawling building of Elnora Bible Institute. “What on earth am I doing?” Every introverted bone in my body screamed at me that I was crazy to walk into a place where I hardly knew anyone and where I really didn’t know what to expect. 1,123 more words

Application