by Theological Commission
Just a little over a year ago, the Commission for Theological Integrity began a blog. Each Tuesday we have posted an array of entries which deal with church history, worship, soteriology, politics, local church ministry, and so much more. Our blog has also featured concise book reviews, book excerpts/reflections, and updates on the work of the Commission. We sincerely appreciate all who read regularly, as well as those new to the site. You may not only search the site for specific topics we have written on which interest you, but you can choose the subscribe option and receive regular notices when new content is posted.
As we move into the second full year of our blog’s existence, we hope to continue to provide you with thoughtful, Scripturally-grounded reflections on theology’s intersection with all of life and the work of the church in the world. Please leave comments using the comment feature on the site. We want you to be a part of the conversation, and to learn more about topics and issues that we can address which will facilitate the theological integrity of our movement.
We also hope to release a new edition of Integrity: A Journal of Christian Thought in the next few months. We think you will be pleased with the new format we have adopted, which we hope will result in publishing the journal more often. Until then, we encourage you to continue to follow our work through the blog. If possible, make plans to attend our fall Symposium on the campus of Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College on October 26-27.
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