March 2018

Pushing the Reset Button

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My computer often reminds me of important spiritual truths. For example, when it begins to respond sluggishly, erratically, or unreasonably, I perform a “System Restore” exercise that resets all operations to an earlier point in time. This reset button allows the computer to perform as it did before problems started.

The Anabaptists: From Shadows to Light

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This year the Protestant world turns its face toward Wittenberg to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Many voices participated in the events of those years roughly around 1500-1648. Three Reformation wings – in Germany with Martin Luther, in Switzerland with Ulrich Zwingli and later John Calvin, and in England with Cranmer, Ridley, and Latimer – produced rich faith traditions that today, half a millennium later, are still vital to the Evangelical segment of the Body of Christ.