KB Categories Archives: Christian Community

Ancient-Future Millennials in Portland

Father Jon Aamodt, one of our AFFN members, was the special guest in this edition of Ancient-Future Faith and he talked about his work in church planting. Jon is the pastor of Five Streams Community C...

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Celtic Spirituality and Formation

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Tracy Balzer (right) was the guest for this edition of Ancient-Future Faith radio. She is the director of Christian Formation at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. ...

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Advent Begins with Trouble

Edwin Searcy:

Advent begins with trouble. This is the odd counter-cultural movement of the Christian year. Just when the stores are in full swing with jingling bells providing encouragement to Chri...

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Creed and Community

Chris Alford: Here's a wonderful chapbook from AFFN Contributing Member Dr. Donald Richmond on the Apostle's Creed. He writes, "The thesis is simple: Creeds not only defend and define doctrine, Creeds...

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Right-side Up in an Upside Down World

Rob Hewell:

The Book of Acts is an engaging narrative and certainly necessary for understanding the impact of the gospel. Among the more important lessons from this record is that the work of God’s...

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Christian Worship as Hate Speech? It Could Happen

Rob Hewell:

It seems unthinkable to followers of Christ for the terms “Christianity” and “hate speech” to be linked to one another. Yet a recent internet search for the phrase “Christianity as hate...

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No Small Matter

 

Donald Richmond:

“It is no small matter to dwell in a religious community, or congregation, to converse therein without complaint, and to persevere therein faithfully until death” - Thoma...

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Denominational Damnation: Why we are sick

Donald Richmond:

 
Ut Unum Sint
Here are a set of experiences I find, as should you, troubling:

I was refused communion, even though I was known, because I did not belong to their group.
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Minimalism: An Ecumenical Possibility

 

Donald Richmond:

A recent discussion, sponsored by First Things on “The Future of Protestantism,” has generated many important considerations. During one of the exchanges between the Rev....

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