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Tag Archives: Tradition
How did the terms “legalism” and “liberalism” function within the lexicon of post-World War II Brethren in Christ leaders?
Some thoughts on the most recent issue of “Brethren in Christ History and Life.”
Read an excerpt from “Some Past and Present Attitudes Toward Tradition in the Brethren in Christ Church,” an informal essay I wrote and presented during the 2010 Sider Institute conference. Continue reading
Some reflections on the 2010 Sider Institute conference, “Tradition: Burden or Blessing?”
A few photographs from last Thursday’s “Tradition: Burden or Blessing?” conference, sponsored by the Sider Institute for Anabaptist, Pietist, and Wesleyan Studies. Continue reading
Keep checking “the search for piety and obedience” for periodic updates and photos of the 2010 Sider Institute conference, “Tradition: Burden or Blessing?” Continue reading