Interview About Calvin Seminary Appointment With Glenda Mathes
At her blog Glenda Mathes has kindly posted her interview with me, which appeared in the August issue of Christian Renewal, following my appointment as assistant professor of moral theology at Calvin Seminary. Glenda concludes the article with my comment on the need for a fresh vision for faithful Christian witness:
We need a vision for faithful Christian witness that is thoroughly Reformed and evangelical. Given the times in which we live, faithfulness will require a greater willingness to be conformed to Christ in his suffering. Standing for the faith, for love, and for justice in conformity to God’s will for his creation is going to be costly. We need to have a clear understanding of the gospel, and we need to recover a clear understanding of what is means for the church to be the church—in preaching, the sacraments, discipline, and the diaconate.
You can read the whole piece here.
Posted on February 9, 2016, in Calvin, Christian Life, Two Kingdoms and tagged Calvin Theological Seminary, Christian Renewal, Glenda Mathes. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Interview About Calvin Seminary Appointment With Glenda Mathes.