Persecution and Unity: The Edict of Fontainebleau
Throughout the eighteenth century and into the nineteenth, Anglicans, Presbyterians, and Lutherans would work together on the mission field, at home, and abroad.
Redefining True Love: A Review of Jared Wilson's Love Me Anyway
Wilson reminds his reader over and over again that, in his love, God accepts sinners as they are so that we may be delivered from the self-acceptance, self-worship, and self-justification of our selfish definitions of love.
The spirit indeed is willing and desires bodily death as a gentle sleep. It does not consider it to be death; it knows no such thing as death.
Our One Foundation
Jesus came from the heights of heaven above to the depths of earth below to rescue and redeem his long-lost love.
The De-formation of the Church and the Need for Re-formation
The church’s reformation is not about fragmentation, but a way forward to unity around that which is central to the church, around Christ and him crucified.