Die neue Ausgabe des Magazins CREDO ist erschienen. Das Thema lautet diesmal „Doctrine Matters“. Folgende Hauptbeiträge sind enthalten:
- YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK
Tearing Down Popular Theological Fallacies (David B. Garner)<
- THINK GOD’S THOUGHTS AFTER HIM
An Apologetic for Doctrine (Jeremy Kimble)
- DOES THEOLOGY MAKE A DIFFERENCEIN THE PASTORATE
- CALLING ALL THEOLOGIANS … SERIOUSLY, ANYONE?
- WATCH YOUR DOCTRINE
A Letter to a New Pastor (Raymond Perron)
Ausserdem beschreibt Fred Zaspel die Pflege des geistlichen Lebens unter B.B. Warefield in „Old Princeton“:
The decided effort was not just to produce scholars but to “build up Christian men.” Theological learning is a given at a seminary, of course, and the learning of Old Princeton gained for it an international reputation. But from the beginning measures were put in place to accomplish the specifically “religious” goal also: morning and evening student-led prayer gatherings, daily chapel services, Wednesday evening faculty sermons focusing on the Christian life, two Sabbath Day services, classroom prayers as often as the professor deemed fitting, multiple reading assignments of specifically “religious” works (such as Owen’s Spiritual Mindedness), and so on. It is not surprising to hear students testify, re-calling their days at Old Princeton, that “religious truth filled the very air” and that unless the student was given to genuine piety he just did not fit in.
Hier der Link: Doctrine%20Matters.pdf.