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How We Don’t Live Out Our Confessionality, Why it is Unintelligible and Offensive to Many, and Why We Need to Stop It

How does a Common Cultural North American understand a church “confession”? Tim Keller in a video on his book ┬áCenter Church talks about the common baseline assumptions North Americans have with respect to God and religion. He describes it in … Continue reading

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Why the CRC Needs To Figure Out What Confessions Are For?

The Confessional Church I’ve been doing a lot of writing on Synod and structure recently but increasingly conversations are turning towards our denomination as a confessional church. There are a number of reasons why I think this deserves more direct … Continue reading

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