I’ve just published an article on the Trinity, Mission, and Participation (or, more specifically: a trinitarian, participatory approach to missional ecclesiology). It developed out of a paper originally given at a Canadian-American Theological Association conference featuring Michal Gorman as keynote … Continue reading
Posted in church, culture, ecclesiology, missional, Publications, published articles, Theology, Theology and Culture
Tagged augustine, ecclesiology, gospel and our culture, missional, missional church, newbigin, participation, participatory, patristics, trinitarian, trinity
Some good traffic and discussion on my post over at The Junia Project. Click here to read and join in the conversation.
Is Christian Faith Obsolete in a Scientific Age? I’ve just uploaded my CSCA lecture, delivered in several locations last year, including the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Morden, University of Manitoba, SEMC Church in Steinbach, and Transcona Christian Reformed Church … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy of Science, Science and Christian Faith, teaching / lecturing, Theology and Culture
Tagged Alister McGrath, ASA, Canadian scientists, CSCA, hermeneutics, reductionism, Richard Dawkins, science and faith, Science and the Bible, scientism, Scripture and science
I recently accepted the role of Vice President for the executive council of the Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation. I and proud and honoured to serve this great organization. Genuine, honest, mutually enriching dialogue between science and Christian faith is so important … Continue reading
Here is my recent “Prov Talk” on Being Human, Being Church (click the link below):
I came across this Masai creed today and thought I’d share it. A beautiful example of the universality of the gospel expressed through the particularity of Masai tradition and culture. Here it is: We believe in the one High God, … Continue reading
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Tagged confession, contextual, creed, gospel, incarnational, masai, missional, theological interpretation, translation
Some Reflections on Methodological Naturalism in Science (and some friendly debate) Methodological Naturalism (MN) is an important concept, one that involves issues that both scientists and theologians (not to mention philosophers) find significant and interesting. Dr. Joshua Swamidass has recently … Continue reading
WOMEN In the life of the Church: An upcoming series on women in ministry. Watch for it on Tuesday.
When I teach about the Trinity in my introductory theology class the topic of God and gender often comes up. “Is God male?” Let’s think about that. The Bible often refers to God with masculine personal pronouns. Following this, Christians … Continue reading