Ancient Christian confessions like the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed define the boundaries and content of the Christian faith in accordance with Scripture. But they also function as essential identity formation. These creeds are much more than checklists of personal beliefs [...]

Joshua Pauling
Thursday, November 30th 2023

In the stillness of the night,
when the fire is burning low,
and its bright and orange light
dwindles to an ashen glow, [...]

Joseph E. Keysor
Wednesday, November 29th 2023

Theo Global is an initiative focused on doing theology with Bible and theology scholars from around the world, especially the Majority World outside the cultural West. We began in 2015 with our first conference in India, and since then, we’ve continued to hold annual conferences in India and Africa. [...]

Brannon Ellis
Michael S. Horton
Tuesday, November 21st 2023

Women in World Christianity: Building and Sustaining a Global Movement is introduced as “the first textbook to focus on women’s experiences in the founding, spread, and continuation of the Christian faith.” It is, in effect, meant as a primary textbook “for both introductory courses [...]

Simonetta Carr
Monday, November 13th 2023
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White Horse Inn continues its tradition of applying the rich resources of the Reformation to today’s church in a weekly, multi-denominational roundtable discussion about theology.

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