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Philosopher Claims Everyone Can Understand the Bible the Same Way with Phenomenology

Hiram, OH — “Phenomenology and the Restoration Movement” is a new class being offered by Dr. Kan Shu Sness at James Garfield University. The class is based in the pioneering work of Roger Waters, a forgotten New Zealand Church of Christ phenomenologist from the turn of the 20th century. 473 more words


Revised Alexander Campbell New Testament Now Available

Mason, OH — Available at a Bible College bookstore near you, the Christian Restoration Association (CRA) has released a newly revised translation of Alexander Campbell’s New Testament, otherwise known as… 363 more words


Alexander Campbell & the Indwelling of the Holy Spirit

What was Alexander Campbell’s belief regarding the indwelling of the Holy Spirit within the Christian?

The debate over how the Holy Spirit indwells the Christian has been contentious in the past.

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Who Says Theologians are Stuffshirts?

Many Christians despise theology, and especially theologians (I will overlook the irony for now, but believe me I see it). “We don’t do theology – we just read and study the Bible” is a common belief, if not outright statement. 343 more words


What Does It Matter, Anyway?

This post is intended to be a companion piece to my post of yesterday, so if you did not read that article, use the little arrow thingy and back up a page. 1,545 more words


NACC Boycotters Go This Year to Hear Trump Speak

Anaheim, CA – A segment of the Independent Christian Churches/Churches of Christ has been unhappy with the North American Christian Convention (NACC) in recent years.  Some have boycotted the convention.  282 more words


Book Review - Recovering the Margins of American Religious History: The Legacy of David Edwin Harrell, Jr. (Waldrop and Billingsley, eds.)

The Churches of Christ have not been known historically for producing giants in academia. There are notable exceptions, to be sure. It is interesting that the majority of scholars recognized by their peers as being at the top of their field has largely been limited to church historians – Lemoine Lewis, Everett Ferguson. 832 more words