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What is the Mission of the Church?

On the scope of the church’s mission.

CHR Comment: Peter J. Leithart offers an interested and helpful theological review of Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert’s book, “What is the Mission of the Church?” Along with Leithart’s comments, one does well to see that DeYoung and Gilbert raise an important question for the modern church. 153 more words

Modern Church

Ahmadiyya condemns France Church Attack

All members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community throughout the world have been left shocked and devastated by yesterday’s murder of Father Jacques Hamel in a church in France. 263 more words

Islam Means Peace

Becoming a Liberal Christian Part III: Seminary (Or A Strange Experience I Would Do Again)

(Confused Looks)

Usually when I tell people I’ve been to seminary, they give me a blank stare, as if I’ve told them, “I’ve decided to move to Mars,” or, “In my previous life I sold pineapples to people on a cruise ship.” A lot of times I get, “Isn’t that just for men?” ( 1,932 more words


Day 7 - London: Part 2 - Interfaith Conversations and Prayer

We left Lambeth Palace having fully immersed ourselves in all things Lambeth we boarded the coach to head to our next stop, the London Central Mosque. 1,428 more words


Australian multiculturalism at its best

I recently discovered that Muslims living in north-west Sydney – the area known as ‘the Hills’ – will celebrate Eid at the Cherrybrook Uniting Church… 103 more words

Cherrybrook Uniting Church

Ecumenical Representatives in Cork join in Iftar Meal at end of Ramadan

The members of the Cork Ecumenical Standing Committee – representatives appointed by their respective bishops or church authorities – recently accepted the invitation of Imam Ihab Ahmed to attend the Iftar Meal with his Muslim community at the end of Ramadan, and they took the opportunity to also to condemn the attack on him.   304 more words