The Gospel: Still the Power of God for Salvation – by Roland J. Lowther

It is good to celebrate our Christian heritage. This year heralds the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, a milestone at which many Christians within this tradition will stop and celebrate their religious heritage, gratefully reflecting on the doctrinal truths affirmed by their 'ideological' forefathers. Indeed this jubilation is not without justification (no pun intended) … Continue reading The Gospel: Still the Power of God for Salvation – by Roland J. Lowther

He Is There (Redeeming all Cultures) and He is Not Silent – by Richard A. Shenk

To become a Christian is to be a traitor to one’s culture. A traitor to one’s country. A traitor to one’s family. So it seemed to the military leader of Japan, a Daimyo (a feudal lord and samurai) named, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. On his orders in 1597, twenty-six Christian missionaries were put to death in Nagasaki, … Continue reading He Is There (Redeeming all Cultures) and He is Not Silent – by Richard A. Shenk