“Envisioning a New Church: The Potential Is Right in Front of Us” by Paul Detterman, Executive Director of Presbyterian For Renewal People who have been shaped by Scripture are steeped in the language of individual repentance, forgiveness, grace, and a new beginning. (2 Corinthians 5:17) But when it comes to
“Agreeing to Agree: Theology in Presbyteries” By Dr. Jerry Andrews, First Presbyterian Church, San Diego, CA In his 1954 book, The Broadening Church, Lefferts Loetscher described how a church with a once tightly-held theological core significantly relaxed its theological commitments, especially in the first half of the last century. The
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Richard J. Mouw, President at Fuller Theological Seminary, discusses how pastoral theology can help Christians find unity in disagreement. Check it out here.