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Luther’s Spirituality

Marc Brown: Features of Luther’s Spirituality Theologian Robert Webber describes a dinner party where the subject of spirituality was introduced. Once broached, the topic generated a number of culturally acceptable responses reminiscent of an article that once described “Spirituality in America” as “what we believe, how we pray, where we find God.”[1]  The article, from […]

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New Orientation… The Spirituality of the Psalms

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In this episode of Ancient-Future Faith, guest Ellen Koehler (right) was in the studio to talk about an upcoming Lenten series at Epiclesis (an Ancient-Future Faith Church in Sacram...

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How the Early Fathers Teach us to Read Scripture

D.H. Williams:

Ancient-Future Faith Network member and distinguished professor D.H. Williams  recently gave an address at Wheaton College. Dan is professor of patristics and historical theology in ...

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A Conversation with Dr. Rick Asche

Audio Content: Dr. Rick Asche, a recent graduate of the Institute for Worship Studies and a long-time pastor, was the guest on this edition of "Ancient-Future Faith," a radio program sponsored by Epic...

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The Christian Tradition of Suffering: An Exhortation to Contemporary Protestantism

D.H. Williams:

One cannot read the New Testament and a great many patristic texts and not discover that a common denominator to all who followed Christ was the experience of suffering; whether in t...

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The Relationship of Systematic Theology to Liturgical Theology

Marc Brown:

Introduction: The Issue

I have always been interested in why there are so many types of theology: systematic, biblical, historical, liturgical, etc. As a pastor who plans and leads w...

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