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Tag: Evangelicalism
The humility we learn at the foot of the gospel, glorying in Christ and not ourselves, therefore turns out to be the wellspring of all evangelical health. When our eyes are opened to the love of God for us sinners, we let slip our masks. Condemned as sinners yet justified, we can begin to be honest about ourselves. Loved despite our unloveliness, we begin to love. Given peace with God, we begin to know an inner peace and joy. Shown the magnificence of God above all things, we become more resilient, trembling in wonder at God, and not man.
Believers have failed to remember that the tie that binds them together is the same cord that was used to pull them up out of the horrible pit: the gospel.
With its emphasis on speed and busyness and the mis-named “social” media, the modern world has not been an especially welcoming place to develop long-lasting, solid friendships that nurture the heart.
Andrew Keuer examines how evangelicals approach the discipline of ethics. 
Justin Schell considers mission and missiology from an evangelical perspective. 
Ian Shaw considers why the Reformers are not known for their missionary activity, and asks how their approach can shape our ministry today. 
Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. sets out a vision for biblical preaching at the heart of the Church's worship. 
Dan Hames quizzes Mike Reeves about 'Why the Reformation Still Matters', his book co-authored with Tim Chester. 
Michael Reeves explores what it means to be evangelical, considering the proposals from Bebbington, Packer, and Stott.