Monthly Archives: November 2005

Religious Freedom in China? Hardly!

Recently, President Bush visited China and talked about religious freedom there, attending a “legal” church. Also recently, TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) founder Paul Crouch talked about religious freedom in China and emphasized that house churches in China need only register … Continue reading

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What Defines a Church: A Response to Arch Van Devender

In recent weeks, while I didn’t have time for writing much in my own blog, I have been involved in commenting on a couple other blogs. One of the discussions that came up over at Theologica was regarding how we … Continue reading

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Shameless Self-Promotion

I sincerely apologize for the length of time since my last post. Things have been very busy on the work front, and I have not had the chance to sit down and type out my thoughts in a while. Hopefully, … Continue reading

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