Rev. Talbot Davis highlights the fallacies of how some Christians allow a therapeutic focus on subjective feelings to replace biblically grounded theology.
One of the premier scholars of the United Methodist seminary world offers his thoughts on why the UMC, despite all of its problems, is still worth staying within.
Just the facts about the geographically imbalanced distribution of bishops, and consequent denominational influence, within the United Methodist Church.
“I am not going to pretend that I am a policy wonk,” Franciscan Friar Jason Welle conceded in Lafayette Square before the White House on February 17, 1014, during a protest against illegal immigrant deportations. Welle’s admission of ignorance while questioned on American immigration policy highlighted the protestors’ flawed understanding of God’s infallible Word and mankind’s fallible judgment.
The Pacific Northwest Conference escalates its history of demanding “autonomy” from the United Methodist Church. What does this mean for the rest of the denomination?
James Heidinger, former long-time head of Good News, United Methodism’s evangelical caucus, has penned a wonderful new pro-life resource, published by Seedbed, itself an exciting new Wesleyan publisher associated with Asbury Seminary. Called About Abortion: 10 Things a new Generation of Christians Should Know, Heidinger’s book is an elaboration of a speech he gave at […]
A key pro-homosexuality strikingly admits “the brute facts” that trying to persuade the majority of United Methodists “won’t work.”
UMC Bishop Scott Jones has made clear his firm commitment to upholding the denomination’s biblical policies on sexual morality, and that he will not be intimidated by the mass-disobedience campaign to undermine the church.