Results tagged “unity” from Reformation21 Blog

Pursuing True Unity

Article by   June 2018
There is something transcendently unifying when a group is engaged together in a singular, heroic cause. For instance, historians have often highlighted the camaraderie and esprit de corps they have found among the members of the Marine Corps. The... continue

Is the PCA Becoming More Unified?

Article by   June 2018
Some years ago, our friend Terry Johnson (senior pastor of Savannah's Independent Presbyterian Church) wrote an article suggesting an opportunity for constructive dialogue in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Terry classified the two main PCA camps in positive... continue

The Zwinglian Option

Article by   June 2018
You will have heard of the "Benedict Option" for coping with the culture wars. I would like to propose to Reformed Protestants the "Zwinglian Option" for ending the worship wars: eliminate all music from our public services. Zwingli, the... continue

Unity in Multi-Categorical Diversity in the Church

Article by   May 2016
Without in any way wishing to take away from the ongoing conversation about the dire need for the church in North America to focus on attaining unity among ethnic diversity by means of the Gospel, I have long felt the... continue

Buckets and Burning Churches: Luther, the Church, and Catholicity

Article by   January 2016
In his Address to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation of 1520, Luther takes aim at the Roman Church's "flimsy and worthless" claim to possess the exclusive authority and ability (by virtue of some unique spiritual gift) to interpret... continue

Katherine Sonderegger and the Divine Oneness of God

Article by   October 2015
I've been slowly working my way through Katherine Sonderegger's Systematic Theology Volume 1: The Doctrine of God.  Released this year, it is the sort of book that pastor-theologians or theological students could make the focus of a reading group. It... continue

Proclaiming the Unifying Hope in Christ

Article by   July 2015
True unity requires common identity. For Christians, that one unifying factor that binds is the body of Christ, the Church.The Church is a body that grows. Paul uses the term "body" to describe the unity of the Church. All... continue

In Memory of Marburg, In Defense of Moderation

Article by   October 2014
Before we bid October 2014 adieu, and partly in recognition of today being "Reformation day," let me draw attention to the fact that this month marks the 485th anniversary of the Colloquy of Marburg -- that famous event in 1529 where... continue

Christian Unity with Dr. David Murray

Article by   September 2014
The idea of Christian unity has been so perverted over the years by liberal Christianity that there is considerable confusion about what it means, both inside and outside the church.Another sad consequence is that those who are orthodox have overreacted... continue
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