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Unity Based on Truth

Kevin DeYoung shares an excerpt from Turning Around the Mainline: How Renewal Movements Are Changing the Church by Thomas Oden:

Four modern ecumenical arguments in particular misfire, as shown by David Mills. They even make Christian disunity more likely. These four following arguments have prevailed in liberal ecumenism, each unintentionally eliciting disunity. Each is a mistake “if-then” correlation… All these attempts are alike in one way: they put unity ahead of truth.


Matt Chandler–”Why I’m A29″

Appreciated Matt Chandler’s explanation of the value of being part of the Acts 29 Network:

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Also Worth Reading:

Theology 1: The Doctrine of the Trinity in a Nutshell

The “H” Word: Carl Trueman offers his take on the Elephant Room hubbub—and as always, it’s blunt, but extremely insightful.

Theology 2: 17 Pure Speculation and/or Fringe Questions About Theology – Help Me Out

Christian Life: Should I Marry a Man with Pornography Struggles?

Preaching: 3 Reasons I Manuscript

Perseverance: Just Keep Going


In Case You Missed It

Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:

You Might Be Killing Your Ministry (And Not Even Know It)

Book Review: Education or Imitation by Curtis Allen

Your Work is Your Calling

John Polhill: The Dangerous Side of Being an Encourager

Creativity, Christianity, and Developing Your Personal Style

Octavius Winslow: Let the Personal Conflict Cease

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