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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Recent Blogs

Team Essentials: Shepherd
APEST, Church Planting
By Alan Hirsch / 26 November, 2020

Team Essentials: Shepherd

I am absolutely convinced that there has never been a genuine missional movement—the kind that has both exponential growth as...

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Team Essentials: Evangelist
APEST, Church Planting
By Alan Hirsch / 23 November, 2020

Team Essentials: Evangelist

I am absolutely convinced that there has never been a genuine missional movement—the kind that has both exponential growth as...

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Team Essentials: Prophet
APEST, Church Planting
By Alan Hirsch / 18 November, 2020

Team Essentials: Prophet

I am absolutely convinced that there has never been a genuine missional movement—the kind that has both exponential growth as...

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Team Essentials: Apostle
APEST, Church Planting
By Alan Hirsch / 14 November, 2020

Team Essentials: Apostle

I am absolutely convinced that there has never been a genuine missional movement—the kind that has both exponential growth as...

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Hand washing and Politics
Christianity and Politics, Social Justice
By Gary Fujino / 16 October, 2020

Hand washing and Politics

Jesus was often counter-cultural. He upset a lot of people because He would frequently break the status quo and do...

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Are We On the Brink of Revival?
By Michael T. Cooper / 13 October, 2020

Are We On the Brink of Revival?

Years ago when I was a student involved in Cru at Texas A&M, a single photocopied sheet circulated among students...

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The Christian Roots of America
Christianity and Politics
By Michael T. Cooper / 4 October, 2020

The Christian Roots of America

It is sometimes refreshing to look back in Christian history to be reminded once again of those events upon which...

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The Lesser of Two Evils and God’s Sovereignty
Christianity and Politics
By Michael T. Cooper / 30 September, 2020

The Lesser of Two Evils and God’s Sovereignty

I believe in God's sovereignty, not in a fatalistic way or a double predestination one. Rather, God superintends His creation...

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No More Weeping
By Michael T. Cooper / 26 September, 2020

No More Weeping

Yesterday was national daughter's day. I'm not sure when that national day came into being, but we have a daughter...

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Fighting for Freedom of Religion?
Christianity and Politics
By Michael T. Cooper / 18 September, 2020

Fighting for Freedom of Religion?

If you have been following the news regarding Grace Community Church and its pastor John MacArthur’s battle in the courts...

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