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Theologians Craft Wesleyan Agreement for a Divided Methodist Era

Sixty-four scholars and theologians have signed on to a “Wesleyan witness,” a six-part, 62-page document they hope will shape the future of Methodism, define orthodox Wesleyanism, and ground more Christians in the story of sanctification and restoration through grace. “This is classic, orthodox Wesleyan theology,”… Read More »Theologians Craft Wesleyan Agreement for a Divided Methodist Era

Rachael Denhollander Calls for a Southern Baptist Reckoning on Abuse

Rachael Denhollander is horrified by the information inside the monumental third-party investigative report into sexual abuse in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). But she’s not surprised. “The most sobering part,” Denhollander tells CT public thologian Russell Moore, “is that we should have known, and in… Read More »Rachael Denhollander Calls for a Southern Baptist Reckoning on Abuse

Switzerland’s Original Reformer Was Creative, Combative, and Frequently Controversial

Huldrych Zwingli (1484–1531) has not usually fared well at the hands of historians. Whether cast as Martin Luther’s antagonist or as John Calvin’s (largely forgotten) understudy, the Zurich reformer has been widely misunderstood, oftentimes vilified, and frequently ignored. Even in death, Zwingli proved to be… Read More »Switzerland’s Original Reformer Was Creative, Combative, and Frequently Controversial