MATTHEW WIREMAN: The Church Calendar provides anticipation and expectation and prepares our hearts every season as we wait and continue to wait for our redemption.
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: Is there a Baptist contribution to political theology? Yes. And it should be called, “Baptist Prophetic Witness.”
MATTHEW WIREMAN: Because the Lectionary has us read from four passages of Scripture each Sunday, we see the value of poetry, history, prose, prophecy, and epistle.
MICHAEL MCEWEN: There are salient connections between Kant’s ideas and the spirit of our culture.
STEPHEN O. PRESLEY: If only for a few moments, it will unite the entire church in a communal act of listening and engaging the word of God.
JOSHUA HEDGER: At our church, it is our desire that our liturgy would celebrate Jesus and his gospel from beginning to end.
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: Proverbs 8 indicates how methodological commitments informed the early church’s exegesis of this particular text.
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: These three theological assumptions guided the way the early church read the Bible and formulated doctrine.
EMERSON, STAMPS, AND SMITH: Catholicity says, “You swim in a different stream of Christianity than me, but instead of cutting you off, I want to learn from you where I can.”
CHRIS BRUNO: Many Baptists don’t give much thought to what is actually going on when we come to the Lord’s Table.