By Henry “Hal” Knight III The term “orthopraxis” was introduced into Christian theology by liberation theologians in the 1960s. It was meant as a corrective to an orthodoxy that affirmed
By Henry “Hal” Knight III “Orthodoxy” is not a popular word these days. When someone announces they no longer believe in the Trinity or the deity of Christ, many consider
By Henry “Hal” Knight III Friedrich Schleiermacher, the nineteenth century parent of liberal theology, argued that Christianity is most fundamentally not a believing or doing but a feeling — that
By Henry “Hal” Knight III In John Wesley’s sermon, “The General Spread of the Gospel,” he describes his vision of a Christian world. His depiction is not of a world
Local Church Grant Recipient, Madras Church, is providing a much-needed service to students and migrant families - all while building relationships and sharing the love of Jesus.