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Author: Taylor Brown

How the Early Church Wrote the Story of Jesus

The study of the Gospels in relation to oral history, eyewitness testimony, and social memory has experienced a tremendous surge in the past decade. Taylor Brown reviews a book that tells how the Early Church wrote the story of Jesus.

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Book Review: Reconsidering Arminius

Jacob Arminius may well be one of the most misunderstood figures in Protestant theology. Despite the widespread influence of Arminius’ theology in many churches and denominations, many of both his supporters and his opponents grossly misunderstand Arminius and his thought. Taylor Brown reviews the book, Reconsidering Arminius: Beyond the Reformed and Wesleyan Divide.

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A Biblical Vision for Christians and Public Engagement

Last week Taylor Brown explored 5 models for Christians’ relation to culture based on Richard Niebuhr’s five types. This week, he puts forth a biblical vision for cultural engagement for the church in a post-Christian world based on Paul’s presence in Athens.

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How Should Christians Think about Cultural Engagement?

The topic of Christian cultural engagement has been, and continues to be, one of the great theological and ethical questions each generation of Christ-followers has to work through. Read today’s article from Taylor Brown as he explores the church’s relationship to the world.

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