We need to make available the conclusion of all the world's great religions concerning the unity of humanity ... We need a synthesis between science and religious or esoteric traditions ... This synthesis, this quasi-religion, could be called a new ecological ethic... The New World we envision involves a cycling back to an interdependence, not only with other people but with other organisms of the planet.
Though there are very many nations all over the earth, ... there are no more than two kinds of human society, which we may justly call two cities, ... one consisting of those who live according to man, the other of those who live according to God ... To the City of Man belong the enemies of God, ... so inflamed with hatred against the City of God.
Surrounded by a great cloud of historical witnesses, the church currently faces a holy war in her midst for the truth, honor, and glory of God.
The awe, depth, delight, and whole-heartedness of Puritan worship stands in stark contrast to contemporary Christian practice.
Islamic revelation is grounded in an atomistic, ahistorical, and untimately arbitrary theological context.
Though deceptively appealing, voucher programs pose a serious threat to the religious autonomy of Christian schools.
Biblical integrity forbids a whitewashing of Wesley's scandalous practices.
The curious aesthetic attraction of the heresy of purgatory rests on a spiritual truth.
Readers speak out on previous issues.
A moving testimony of a Scottish Covenanter.
David Hagopian sketches the Biblical meaning and marks of the church.
Issue: Is it Morally Permissible to Educate Our Children in the Public Schools?
History Through the Eyes of Faith, by Ronald Wells reviewed by Paul Waibel.
Notable truths, fallacies, and arrogances making the rounds.