I always appreciate a critique that gets me to think deeper about my own path. That's what I found in James Hunter, Neo-Anabaptists, and the Ekklesia Project. After correctly differentiating Neo-Anabaptists from both the Evangelical Left and Evangelical Right, the auther sums up James Hunter's critique as follows: I now turn to the way in … Continue reading How should Neo-Anabaptists engage the world as the church?
Thoughts on Anabaptist Theology by Heidi Miller Yoder, Assistant Professor of Worship and Spiritual Formation at Eastern Mennonite University. Heidi speaks of searching for a congruency between who we follow, what we do, and who we are.
I have been thinking about meditation and prayer today, particularly in terms of how different understandings of Christianity can lead to different approaches to meditation. You may recall my recent comments on the differences between Dispensational, Covenant and Christocentric theology? Well, how might that feed into a discussion on meditation and prayer? I would like … Continue reading Meditation, Anabaptist style
I've learned that Stuart Murray's new book, The Naked Anabaptist, is scheduled for publication in July 2010. It's about Anabaptist Christianity "stripped down to the bare essentials." Here's some extracts: In many nations, then, not only in Britain and Ireland, there are growing numbers of 'neo-Anabaptists' and 'hyphenated Anabaptists'. Neo-Anabaptists identify with the Anabaptist tradition and … Continue reading The Naked Anabaptist by Stuart Murray