Mark Bowald

Mark Bowald is professor of theological studies and director of master’s programs at Grace College and Theological Seminary. He serves as canon theologian and examining chaplain for the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes (ACNA) and is the former general editor of Christian Scholar’s Review. With industry experience in film and television, he writes and speaks on hermeneutics, theology, and culture.
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Classic Protestants are intrinsically ambivalent about human nature and thus human culture. On one side, we’re haunted by historical shadows. We’re disturbed by the specter of Constantinianism, since both Scripture and history bear witness to the pitfalls of wedding faith with political culture; we’re sensitive to [...]

Mark Bowald
Tuesday, January 30th 2024

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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