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My Australian friend, NT scholar, Michael F. Bird, has a new book on the Apostle Paul forthcoming–October 2016: “Though Paul is often lauded as the first great Christian theologian and a champion for Gentile inclusion in the church, in his … Continue reading
But as a Baptist I’ve since learned that I do not have to convert to Anglicanism or any such mainstream denomination–to experience the same (1. a sense of belonging part of something bigger; 2. the importance of the Bible; and 3. the beauty of liturgy).
Hardcover: 912 pages Publisher: Zondervan (October 30, 2013) Language: English ISBN-10: 0310494419 ISBN-13: 978-0310494416 Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 1.7 x 9.4 inches A few years back, while residing in St. Louis, MO, when I heard that NT scholar and blogger … Continue reading
While out of town, perhaps I was more inclined to visit an Anglican church because of my recent reading of Michael Bird’s Evangelical Theology, and his section on ecclesiology, in particular. The kids wanted to know if there was a kids … Continue reading