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.
JUSTIN WAINSCOTT: Most Christian traditions sing the psalms, and most Baptists did too up until the last century.
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON AND R. LUCAS STAMPS: We affirm the continuity of God’s works of creation and redemption. Therefore, we affirm the goodness of all honorable vocations, the importance of embodied habits and rituals, and the value of aesthetic beauty for Christian life and worship.
MATTHEW ARBO: You don’t have to be a bearded recluse to have a philosophy.
STEFANA LAING: What can the contemporary church learn from the ancient church of the Lord Jesus Christ?
RAY VAN NESTE: A guided time of corporate confession has been a staple for Christian worship through the ages.