Show Them, Teach Them, Walk with Them

(Occupied with other matters, I have not posted on this blog in a long time.  The following is a sermon I preached recently in the chapel at Perkins School of Theology for the Course of Study School.  I occasionally say

Dogma as Drama – Thank You, Dorothy Sayers

In Letters to a Post-Christian World, Dorothy L. Sayers (1893-1957; author, playwright, critic, poet) includes a number of essays on Christian orthodoxy and speaks to the value of dogma and the related determination to hold to right beliefs.  These essays make

Creeds, Orthodoxy, and What is Required of United Methodists

A number of my blogging friends (here, here here, and here)  have been posting about the importance and value of the creeds (mainly Apostles and Nicene) for Christian belief and practice.  They also have engaged in debate about whether John Wesley’s

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