This is part three of a short series in which I look at Stanley Grenz’s theological anthropology as it can … Continue reading Stanley Grenz’s Theological Anthropology – An Overview (Pt. 3)
One theme that emerges throughout Calvin’s works as well as some Calvin biographies is the importance he places upon ecclesiology. … Continue reading John Calvin & the Four Nicene Marks of the Church
Church planting is en vogue. You can find books upon books on the subject and even conferences on the topic … Continue reading Apostolic Church Planting
How can preaching inspire and shape a church to share the goodness of God in Jesus Christ with neighbors near … Continue reading Missional Preaching in a Post-Christendom World
Towards the end of 2014 I spent some time praying, asking God what areas of growth he wanted me to … Continue reading Shepherding God’s Flock
It seems like a simple question, which doesn’t have a very simple answer: Can Christians and churches be catholic and … Continue reading Reformed and catholic!?!?
Many years ago Avery Dulles wrote a classic book on ecclesiology titled – Models of the Church – in this … Continue reading Models of the Church