Helping the church to think, pray, and live the faith
Thinking, praying, and living the faith is at the core of the ministry of the Office of Theology and Worship.
Think, Pray, and Live at Big Tent
The Christian life is shaped by our thinking the faith, praying the faith, and living the faith. Conference participants will reflect on the inner relationships among the content of our faith, our prayer and worship, and our whole lives. We will try to help each other live into a fuller appreciation of how we are shaped as disciples of Jesus Christ. Learn more about this conference or register for Big Tent 2013.
During our last General Assembly in Pittsburgh we found ourselves facing a basic question: what is the relationship between our confession of faith and our polity? This is not a new question. We have faced this question repeatedly, since the early days of Presbyterians in the United States. Barry Ensign-George and Charles Wiley reflect on this important question in "Constituting Us: Confessions and Polity in the PC(USA)."
Think, Pray, Live
Watch this video to learn more about how the ancient Christian adage of "thinking, praying, and living the faith" shapes our work.
Charles, the TPLing the Faith video is well-done. Thanks for taking the time to produce it for the church. On the other hand, the "Sanctify Them in the Truth" document that is so careful not to step on anyone's toes that it ends up giving little practical guidance -- kind of like the motto "Theology matters." By the way, there is a verb missing in the last sentence of the opening section, paralleling the verb "raised" -- just before the asterisks on the opening page. Thanks for all your efforts to help the church.
Theology Matters is an independent publication not published by the PCUSA. You can find them at www.theologymatters.com
How do I obtain a copy of Theology Matters, Vol 16, September/October 2010? This site is not easy to maneuver through to find this publication. Thanks. Jeff