The Christendom era was dominated by pastors and teachers. In post-Christendom we will need evangelists, prophets and apostles too.
How are we to interpret those parts of the Old Testament that raise many ethical issues? An exploration of Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings.
As we leave the Christendom era, we have an opportunity to ask which of our convictions and practices are truly shaped by the gospel and which were shaped by a fading culture.
Stuart Murray Williams asks: Post-Christendom, Post-Constantinian, Post-Christian…does the label matter?
Alan & Eleanor Kreider write about adopting a new model of church.
Resources for decision-making in churches.
A resource for churches to use to help them address issues like self-awareness, communication, conflict, and decision-making.
Paul Warby searches for a way to preach that is both faithful to Scripture and relevant in our times.
Stuart Murray explores the history and implications of the Anabaptists approach to the Bibe
Stuart Murray Williams explores whether there is an alternative to the tradition of monologue preaching.