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As Reformed churches across the globe start a yearlong observance of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation—precipitated by Martin Luther’s posting of his 95 Theses on the doors of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517—the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has entered both the celebration and the conversation.
In a recent denominational survey, nearly three-quarters of Presbyterians said that “Jesus Christ is the only Savior and Lord,” a finding that stands in contrast to an earlier study on Presbyterian views of salvation.
What if a smartphone could breathe new life into time-honored spiritual disciplines and age-old practices, such as making New Year’s resolutions?
As college campuses everywhere become ghost towns over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, with dormitories mostly shuttered and food services closed, many international students find themselves in a unique—and often lonely—position, longing for home. And the promise of a home-cooked meal.
Less than six months after the historic vote by the 222nd General Assembly (2016) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to add the Confession of Belhar to the PC(USA)’s Book of Confessions, Congregational Ministries Publishing (CMP) has released a new book titled Lenten Reflections on the Confession of Belhar.
The Congregational Ministries Publishing (CMP) ministry of the Presbyterian Mission Agency and GenOn Ministries have launched a newfound collaboration in order to support more churches with the best educational resources available.
January event to feature Aaron and Ayana Teter by Emily Enders Odom | Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE – The Revs. Aaron and Ayana Teter, both teaching elders in the Presbyterian… Read more »
Maryville College, a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)-related school, is one of 82 institutions nationwide that has received funding as part of the Lilly Endowment Inc.’s High School Youth Theology Institutes. It is the only PC(USA)-related school awarded the grant.
Refusing to succumb to political upheaval, economic uncertainty or mass emigration, the Evangelical Theological Seminary at Matanzas, Cuba has remained open and focused on preparing the next generation of ecumenical leaders.
With the publication of “Covenant Living in a Contractual World”—the latest paper in the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s ‘Theological Conversations’ series—the Rev. Wes Avram offers a way for Presbyterians to talk not only civilly but also theologically around the issues that the ongoing election rhetoric has aroused.