Monthly Archives: August 2011

Women Disappearing from Churches, Says Barna

The article on HuffPo on the decrease of women attendance in church is quite a revelation. Whereas in most parts of the world–especially Asia–churches are mostly populated by women, in the US it appears women are fleeing from church. According … Continue reading

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Hard Work-ism

Norman Shepherd writes in the Call of Grace of the dual dangers of evangelism: …Reformed pastors want nothing to do with “easy believism.” This is a way of presenting the gospel that separates acceptance of Christ as Savior from acceptance … Continue reading

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The Adequacy of our Christology

My former college professor Dan Ebert quoting Colin Greene asserts that “Christianity stands or falls by the adequacy or otherwise of its Christology. One of the reasons for a deeper Christology, writes Ebert, is that in “every age there are characteristics … Continue reading

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