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Why is the person and ministry of John Wesley still relevant today, and what exactly did he mean by "Christian Perfection?" In this short video, Howard Snyder offers insight based on his classic book The Radical Wesley.
How did the early church engage with surrounding culture? In this article Steve Bruns offers illuminating insight from how the early Christians lived a spiritual life and made disciples. It is this pattern that Wesley employed in his own organization of the Methodist societies, and this pattern will help us discover what we can learn from the early Church and apply to today.
What does evangelicalism need today? Taylor Brown shares his take on how we could grow and thrive once again.
What role do miracles really have in the development of the Church today? Stephen Elliott shares the history of the miracles of God.
William Arthur reminds us that the whole world cannot be brought to Christ by professional evangelists, occasional revivals, or even mass evangelism.
http://youtu.be/AmZZ3XyJTF0 Renown missiologist Andrew Walls sits down and talks about his life and mission with us. Andrew Walls is a British Christian theologian and missiologist, best known for his...
An evaluation of the social gospel is not a simple matter. It provided a much-needed new awareness about complex social challenges facing newly industrialized...
What is a single person to do on Valentine's Day? Taylor Brown shares the history of the holiday and how single people can find meaning in the midst of a holiday that has become almost exclusively for couples.
What are the lost Gospels? How about the Gospel of Thomas? In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Bill Mounce explains how the Gospel of Thomas and other New Testament Apocryphal texts were written later in the second century and were never considered to be authentic texts.