Calling and Sufficiency

I was having coffee with a good friend a few days ago as we thought about how best we can work together in the Jakartan context. He asked me in a wise manner: what do you feel most passionate about? What are you good at and in what role do you see yourself most comfortable in? […]

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No, Your Culture Is Not More “Biblical”

I have never truly felt at home anywhere – in America, I am plainly Asian; I can’t stand eating grilled cheese sandwiches and I need my rice – I find myself alienated from a culture that associates capitalism and republicanism with Christianity, nor can I sympathise with the functional authority bestowed upon the emotions in […]

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Why I am Presbyterian (And Why You Should Be, Too): Pt. 3, Scripture

This represents the third in a series of guest posts by Charles Williams, Ordained Elder at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, Ambler (OPC). The series contain four parts: An Argument from Experience, Reason, Scripture, and the Benefits of Presbyterianism (which flow from Scripture). You can read part 1 here, and part 2 here.    It’s worth noting (hence why […]

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Why I am Presbyterian (And Why You Should Be, Too): Pt 2, Reason

This represents the second in a series of guest posts by Charles Williams, Ordained Elder at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, Ambler (OPC). The series contain four parts: An Argument from Experience, Reason, Scripture, and the Benefits of Presbyterianism. You can read part 1 here. Part 2: Reason. If experience is an insufficient means of convincing you to […]

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Why I am Presbyterian (And Why You Should be, Too) Pt. 1: Experience

Why I am Presbyterian (and Why You Should Be, Too). by Charles Williams. This represents the first in a series of guest posts by Charles Williams, Ordained Elder at Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, Ambler (OPC). The series contain four parts: An Argument from Experience, Reason, Scripture, and the Benefits of Presbyterianism.   “The LORD says to […]

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Mark Driscoll and the Precedent for Polity

If you have been paying attention at all to the evangelical world in the past 24 hours or so you will probably know that the board of directors for the Acts 29 church planting network has removed Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill, the church he pastors, from their network. You can read the statement made […]

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