February 15, 2013

Has the Reformation Passed Its Day?

Brian Stiller, Christian Post

I stepped up into the Pope’s train from the Vatican train station, en route to Assisi. It was a crisp October (2011) morning in Rome. Joining some 300 others, I had been invited to join Pope Benedict XVI on a pilgrimage to Assisi, commemorating the 25th anniversary of the one first led by John Paul II.

Gathered in the Basilica of Assisi, mixing with leaders from Christian communions, imams, rabbis, priests, Buddhist monks and priests of many religions, it was obvious only the pope could pull off getting religious leaders of all faiths together.

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October 24, 2013
Meet the Protestant Aquinas?
Howard Kainz, Catholic Thing
In Protestant Thought: From Rousseau to Ritschl, the great Protestant theologian Karl Barth refers to the German philosopher, G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831), as the “Protestant Aquinas.” Barth mentions that he has some... more ››
October 17, 2013
Why Protestants Need Orthodoxy
John Burgess, Ministry Matters
In the spring of 2003 my family and I made a momentous decision. For five years I had been teaching systematic theology at a Presbyterian seminary in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In another year, 2004–2005, I would be... more ››