War, Politics, and the Patient Faithfulness of God’s People
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We’re seeing growing conflict once again in the Middle East, with America and its allies getting more involved. How should we be thinking about it? How do we avoid the temptation to take sides and think of this in patriotic terms of “our ..read more
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The Trinity, the Early Church, and Contemporary Critics
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1w ago
This is a lecture that was recorded at a ministry training event. David Bercot focused on how to explain the Trinity to those who are not Christians ..read more
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Money, Education, and My Anabaptist Experience
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1w ago
Many Anabaptists have been more scared of education than money. Brian Martin calls us to examine that assumption and approach both with fear and trembling (and wisdom and courage). We must not forget the biblical call to wisdom and knowledge and the ..read more
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How God Intends Churches to Exhibit His Glory
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1w ago
God’s Assembly (”Church”), says John Coblentz, is to show God’s glory, not just to people but to the principalities and powers. We should see local churches within the bigger picture of what God is doing in gathering a people. John shares ..read more
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A Handful of Hard Notes: Five Historic Questions about Music
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1M ago
“We know we should sing, but what kind of song is most appropriate in public worship?”  James S. Martin helps us think about five main questions that have plagued discussions about congregational singing over the centuries. He does not attempt ..read more
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Investing Is Not Gambling. Speculating Might Be
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1M ago
Is an investment a gamble? Does it matter? In this essay, Marlin Sommers seeks to clearly differentiate between gambling and investing, to call us to a positive moral ethos for investing, and to give some tools for how to think about borderline ..read more
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The Nation-State of Israel and the Church
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1M ago
How should we view the current nation of Israel, and how does it relate to the church today? Paul Lamicela takes us through Scripture to explain how we should relate to the current Israeli nation, Jesus as the King of Israel, how this connects with ..read more
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How to Read Revelation and Avoid the Mark of the Beast
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1M ago
How should we read the Book of Revelation? What is apocalyptic literature, and how does the first century context help us better understand this book? And what is the Mark of the Beast? Paul Lamicela answers these questions and much more in this ..read more
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Surprising Things About the Mennonites
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Samantha shares the tidbits and quirks that surprised her in joining the Mennonite world. What are some of the unexpected cultural elements within the Mennonite church that are often confusing to those coming from the outside? For example, what is ..read more
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I Became an Anglican Priest. Here’s Why I Left.
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2M ago
David Bercot explains why he was an Anglican priest, why apostolic succession was initially convincing, and how he ultimately left and joined the Anabaptists. What is it about the High Church traditions that are appealing? How does this fit with the ..read more
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