+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Voices from Fuller reflect on a Christ-like approach to the complicated issues of politics and public life
Fuller can nurture interaction with the Pentecostal/charismatic world for revitalization of Christian theology
In 1992, Fuller once again made explicit its ecumenical commitment when . . .
Cecil M. Robeck Jr.
Moltmann claims that those who “merit” dialogue “have arrived at a firm standpoint in their own religion . . .
The church’s most prominent challenge today involves “persistent plurality and its impact on [Christians’] daily lives . . .”
Evangelical scholars wrestling in a critical yet substantive way with Catholic views . . . is clearly a sign of hope
Glenn Hinson discusses positive and negative aspects of Baptist spirituality and reflects on the current situation of Baptist spirituality