- When We Say “Gospel,” Do We Really Mean “The Spirit?”: Evangelicals love to speak in theological shorthand. We employ phrases and terms that become popular, become a badge of identification, and over time get emptied of their meaning.
- The Growing Crisis Behind Brazil’s Evangelical Success Story: It is increasingly clear that evangelicals in Brazil are today in the midst of a much larger crisis, starting with the difficulty—not to mention the impossibility—to define what it means to be evangelical.
- German Austerity’s Lutheran Core: We should read much deeper into Germany’s incomparably rich history, and in particular the indelible mark left by Martin Luther and the “mighty fortress” he built with his strain of Protestantism. Even today Germany, though religiously diverse and politically secular, defines itself and its mission through the writings and actions of the 16th century reformer.
- The Problem with ‘Incarnational Ministry’: there are serious problems at the core of most approaches to “incarnational ministry”—problems with biblical, theological, and practical implications.
- The new issue of Credo Magazine focuses on Old Princeton theology. If you’re not following this free online magazine, you really should.