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Reinterpreting the Church’s Mission

Donald Bloesch points out that the rise of new theologies has brought about a drastic reinterpretation of the church’s mission: Whereas traditional theology envisions the church’s mission as the proclamation of the good news of redemption through the cross and … Continue reading

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The current theological malaise and its inevitable church conflict

This was published in 1992 but it eerily predictive. The battle lines are drawn across denominations and it has led to some strange bedfellows on both sides. (Piper and Warren, anyone?) The prescribed solution, a grounding in theology and attention … Continue reading

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