Tag Archives: African Christianity

Lesson Number Three: There is One Faith

“One Lord, one faith, one baptism” (Ephesians 4.5). The Third Congress on International Evangelism began tonight with an opening greeting and Scriptural word from the Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, The Rt. Rev. Henry Luke Orombi: “Therefore, we are ambassadors for … Continue reading

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Never Silent: A Story of Hope for a Nation in Crisis

    We are facing a crisis in American Christianity:   •    The breakdown of creedal Christianity has most of our older mainline  denominations teetering on the brink with heresy; •    The almost wholesale amalgamation of the evangelical churches with … Continue reading

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The Next Christendom: A Hopeful Message from Philip Jenkins

Philip Jenkins’ writing is exciting, but his research and findings are even more so. As I read the The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity (in one sitting), I put the book down and prayed a prayer of thanksgiving … Continue reading

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