At times, the cost of theological diversity is painfully clear.
Princeton Theological Seminary
I reject complementarian theology—whatever the degree to which it is put into practice, and however nice the husband is about enacting his authority.
Princeton Seminary is giving an award to Tim Keller, one of the loudest, most read, and most adhered-to proponents of male headship in the home.
Princeton Theological Seminary's farm grows food. But this isn't the main point.
This is the third time I've said goodbye to a congregation. I should know how by now, but I'm still overwhelmed by the emotional awkwardness.
What are today’s youth saying about their faith? How does what they profess compare to our historic creeds? What are they saying about the beliefs of their parents?