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Deification Day of Study

On Saturday, March 7th, the Saint Benedict Forum, Western Theological Seminary, and Hope College will be hosting a Day of Study on the theme, “Fundamental Issues in the Western Understanding of Deification.” 124 more words


An authentic love

Like many people, I was in horror, aghast as I saw men in orange jumpsuits led down a beach to their ultimate demise.  Their crime?  Being Christians.   896 more words

More Congregations Drinking the Jesuit Blend

Unity not uniformity, diversity not division
by Jonathan Bird

Christians around the world observe the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity each January. This year the Week fell on the 18th to the 25th, and I joined more than 100 other people, representing about a dozen congregations, at the Unity not Uniformity, Diversity not Division conference held on the 16th and 17th, organized by three Protestant congregations in Richmond.

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The French Reformer and the Church of England: The Limits of Early Modern Ecumenism

by Madeline McMahon

Pierre Du Moulin (1568 – 1658) was, paradoxically, an irenic and ecumenical controversialist. As a prominent minister in the French reformed church, Du Moulin wrote almost one hundred polemical pamphlets and books against Protestants and Catholics alike (W. 974 more words

Think Pieces

Evening Prayer 3.3.15, John & Charles Wesley, Founders of Methodism, 1791, 1788

The man believed the word that Jesus spoke to him and started on his way.

To the Lord our God belong mercy and forgiveness, because we have rebelled against him and have not obeyed the voice of the Lord our God by following his laws which he set before us. 2,100 more words