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장로교회의 신학, 형성, 및 전도 사역에 대한 2017년 신학적 대화의 다섯 번째 연재는 루이빌 신학교 예배와 전도학 조교수인 Christine Jean Hong의 “신실한 반대Dissent의 유산”을 발표합니다.
Presbyterians are generally allergic to the prosperity gospel, the belief among many Christians that God blesses those who bless God. Prosperity gospel is a good idea, but it begins to get tricky when we believe that those who are faithful to God will always be blessed by financial wealth and good health.
In its fifth installment of Theological Conversations for 2017, the Theology, Formation and Evangelism ministry of the Presbyterian Church presents “A Legacy of Faithful Dissent” by Christine Jean Hong, Assistant Professor of Worship and Evangelism at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
The complete series of GenOn’s Faith for Life Bible study curriculum for ages Kindergarten through 8th grade is now available from the PC (USA) Store. Each 25-session course is downloadable and includes the teacher’s guide, student handouts, and ideas for furthering faith formation at home.
President says relationship no longer compatible with the college’s mission by Emily Enders Odom | Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE – Higher education is the oldest form of Presbyterian Church mission beyond the congregation. And true to the Reformed tradition’s spirit of free inquiry, the Presbyterian Church never prescribed what any of its related schools had to… Read more »
Doris García Rivera, Presidenta del Seminario Evangélico de Puerto Rico, recuerda cuán agradecida estaba, al estar de pie en el escenario, en una reunión reciente de la Junta de la Agencia Presbiteriana de Misión en Puerto Rico.
Doris Garcia Rivera, President of the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto, remembers how grateful she was, standing on the stage, at a recent Presbyterian Mission Agency Board meeting in Puerto Rico
“Theological Conversations”—a series of papers designed to invite congregational leaders in the PC(USA) into theological conversation wherever they gather as sessions, presbyteries or for adult education in congregations—began as a way to create space for conversations accessible to all church members.
‘Theological Conversations’—a series of papers designed to invite congregational leaders in the PC(USA) into theological conversation wherever they gather as sessions, presbyteries or for adult education in congregations—began as a way to create space for conversations accessible to all church members.
In its commitment to provide a variety of opportunities and platforms designed to build and foster relationships with people of other religious traditions, the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s office of Interfaith Relations is continuing its new Facebook Live series, “Third Thursdays — Multifaith Conversations on Concerns of Our Time.”