Tag Archives: Christian education

POSTMILLENNIAL FAILURE TO ENGAGE CULTURE?

Christian educationPMT 2015-087 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

A PostmillennialismToday reader is concerned that he sees postmillennialists withdrawing from culture rather than engaging it. Here is his question:

J.W. writes:

“I appreciate and have enjoyed much of your work. In fact, it was largely due to Edwards, you, and a few others that I saw postmillennialism as the midst rationally biblical option. That actually drove me into one of the most liberal cities in the US, but I find many PMers to be fleeing cultural engagement and implantation as much if not more than others. Why do you suppose that is a characteristic of many PMers but that I seem to be understanding it differently?” Continue reading

The Function of Creeds (Part 1)

PMT 2014-017b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

In this mini-series I will list six important functions of creeds for the Christian faith. Continue reading

Finding a Truly Biblical Church (6)

PMT 2013-004b by Jeffrey K. Boer
Note: This is our final installment offering biblical directives for finding a biblical church. Continue reading