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Armstrong urges preachers to embrace a way of preaching grounded in communal dialogue
Pannell calls for preaching that brings audiences to meet God
William E. Pannell
Ken Fong addresses preaching on emotionally charged topics without politicizing the church
Rapidly changing times in Kenya call for wisdom in connecting people with God
Salter-McNeil shares how God used a weakness in her preaching
Erickson emphasizes that the end product of a sermon “is God’s business”
Mark Labberton urges us to empower preachers to walk in wisdom
Len Tang describes “potential Scripture hijackers” in sermons
How can I invite others into the dangerous story of what God is doing in the world?
Christians have much to learn from Jewish theology, practices, and critique of Christianity.
In 1992, Fuller once again made explicit its ecumenical commitment when . . .
Cecil M. Robeck Jr.
Just because we Christians mentally inhabit the stories of the Hebrew Scriptures, doesn’t make those tales ours alone.
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 . . .”
Many things in my tribe’s religious stories prepared me for the gospel. The story of Jesus did not strike me as a completely new and strange thing
Richard J. Mouw
The primary context for dialogue with other faiths is relational rather than epistemological.
I have found it revolutionary to my own faith to hold my judgment of others until I know them
“May we meet each week to discuss it—you as a Christian and I as a Muslim?” Thus began my early steps in Christian-Muslim dialogue
J. Dudley Woodberry
Evangelical scholars wrestling in a critical yet substantive way with Catholic views . . . is clearly a sign of hope
Wolterstorff expands the idea of flourishing as being filled with light
Myers replaces stereotypes about the poor with their own thoughts on flourishing