Ecclesia Reformata, Semper Reformanda: An Intergenerational Perspective

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Ecclesia Reformata, Semper Reformanda: An Intergenerational Perspective Cory L. Seibel Central Baptist Church/Sioux Falls Seminary First Published 13th February 2018 Introduction: A Church Reformed, Always Being Reformed The 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation provides us with an extraordinary opportunity to reflect on a number of important themes: the nature of Christian tradition, the Church’s […]

There Arose Another Generation: Learning from Atheistic and Agnostic Nones Who Have Left the Church

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There Arose Another Generation: Learning from Atheistic and Agnostic Nones Who Have Left the Church Cory L. Seibel Central Baptist Church/Sioux Falls Seminary First Published 17th February 2017   The second chapter of Judges describes a significant generational transition within the life of the Hebrew community. Under the leadership of Moses, this fledgling nation had covenanted […]

Theology of Inculturation of the Faith: the Oblate-Aboriginal Encounter in Alberta

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Theology of Inculturation of the Faith: the Oblate-Aboriginal Encounter in Alberta Catherine Caufield University of Alberta c.caufield@ualberta.ca Abstract: Revealing and documenting what went horribly wrong in the context of colonization and particularly residential schools in Alberta and the Canadian north is important for the historical record. The high degree of complexity of our multifaceted history […]

The Christian Historian as an Agent of Christ’s Redemption: A Foucauldian-Pauline Philosophy of History

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The Christian Historian as an Agent of Christ’s Redemption: A Foucauldian-Pauline Philosophy of History Kara Boda Harvey Ambrose University First Published June 27, 2015 In a world where evil reigns, often the very powers of sin that enslave humanity are hidden, so that our blindness is a plague that perpetuates our enslavement. The task of the Christian […]

Humanities Future: Learning from South Africa’s New Humanism Project

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Humanities Future: Learning from South Africa’s New Humanism Project Stephen W. Martin The King’s University College First published December 10, 2013 Introduction On 27 April 2012, the new South Africa turned eighteen. The rebirth of this former pariah nation, notorious for its history of dehumanization, was heralded as a beacon of hope for the world. […]