Daily Archives: May 17, 2010

Ecclesiological poverty

Kevin Vanhoozer writes: The surface success of the evangelical church masks a conspicuous lack of biblical and theological substance when it comes to reflecting critically upon the nature and function of the church. The evangelical church may be wealthy, but the quantity and … Continue reading

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Baptismal Regeneration?

Craig Higgins writes in a footnote: When I have been asked if I believe in baptismal regeneration, I simply say, “not in the way that is commonly understood in evangelical circles.” No one in the Reformed tradition has taught that baptism automatically … Continue reading

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Secret Salvation?

Eugene Peterson writes: God never makes private, secret salvation deals with people. His relationships with us are personal, true; intimate, yes; but private, no. We are a family in Christ. When we become Christians, we are among brothers and sisters in faith. … Continue reading

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