The Ephesiology Blog focuses on the missiological exegesis of contemporary culture as we study people, history, and beliefs in order to understand what God might be doing to engage society with the gospel.

Join us here for thought provoking and pro-active reflections on current events and effective cultural engagement that leads to a missiological theocentric passion for God’s mission in the world. Look for updates to previous blogs as we continue to think and process what we are observing in culture.

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How Can Evangelicals Address Justice?

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Dec 21

19 December, 2021

How Can Evangelicals Address Justice?

In one dark period of human history, Dietrich Bonhoeffer defined the church’s role, what he referred to as the “disciples’...

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Giving Our Best This Christmas

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Dec 21

4 December, 2021

Giving Our Best This Christmas

Malikah was sitting near me at the hospital recently when I asked her about her favorite Christmas song. She replied,...

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Are there Animals in Heaven?

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Nov 21

24 November, 2021

Are there Animals in Heaven?

Nearly fifty years ago Richard Carrington wrote: There is a terrible finality about the word extinction. The death of individuals,...

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The Study of New Religious Movements

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Nov 21

21 November, 2021

The Study of New Religious Movements

New religious movements, New Age, Neo-Pagan, and minor non-Christian spiritual movements are a global phenomenon, and for over one hundred...

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End a Theological Famine

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Nov 21

16 November, 2021

End a Theological Famine

We drove to a remote village in South Asia where we were about to meet a new church leader. He’d...

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Lessons from Calvin: Is it Time for Another Reformation?

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Oct 21

31 October, 2021

Lessons from Calvin: Is it Time for Another Reformation?

It is no secret that the American evangelical church finds herself in turmoil. As attendance and membership decline in spite...

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Worldview: Understanding a Concept

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Oct 21

30 October, 2021

Worldview: Understanding a Concept

Worldview is a term originating with the 18th century Prussian philosopher, Immanuel Kant, and it expresses the idea of how...

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Becoming Conversant with CPMs in the New Testament

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Oct 21

23 October, 2021

Becoming Conversant with CPMs in the New Testament

As church planting movements (CPMs) have drawn the attention of missionary practitioners around the world, missiologists are looking closely at...

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Who is transforming whom? What American Christians Believe

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Oct 21

2 October, 2021

Who is transforming whom? What American Christians Believe

As increasing numbers of Americans are leaving the church, a recent Barna study on the American worldview does not seem...

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A Posture for Cultural Engagement

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Sep 21

21 September, 2021

A Posture for Cultural Engagement

Over the weekend, one popular Christian apologist ignited social media with remarks he made at a global conference sponsored by the...

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