Browsing All posts tagged under »orthopraxy«

The Gospel-shaped Life

September 1, 2009 by


I am convinced that the Christians most powerful witness to the reality of the resurrection is expressed in and through the dynamic experiencing and expressing of the Gospel-shaped life. One of the greatest tragedies of historical theology i.e., the movement(s) of interpretive process and practice within God’s Word in Church history, is found in Christianity’s […]

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February 12, 2008 by


I have been thinking a lot lately about orthodoxy and orthopraxy, only in much less heady terms. If we trust that what we believe is true how is that affecting our lives? How does being a Christian affect your day to day decisions? How does associating with a specific denomination affect how you interact with […]