The Spring 2016 edition of Crossway
Posted by Lee Gatiss, 5 Apr 2016
The Spring issue of Crossway is now out!
We lead the Spring issue of 2016 with an article by James Hughes, who considers the need for ministry outside our own parish.
Rachel Browning talks about some of the challenges and encouragements for Christian women at work. Duncan Beet then examines the expectations of today’s ordinands.
Tom Woolford asks the question of whether churches sin corporately, and Martin Davie helps us think about ‘adiaphora’ - things on which we can disagree.
Lee Gatiss, in his article on John Owen, marks the 400th birthday of the great Reformed theologian. Phillippa Smith describes her own experience of using the Churching service in the BCP.
All this and more in the latest edition of Crossway. If you’re not a subscriber, or a member, already, why ever not?
Members of Church Society receive Crossway as part of their membership. If you’re not a member, you can subscribe to Crossway here. Or purchase individual copies here.
Revd Dr Lee Gatiss is the Director of Church Society and Editor of Crossway
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