Author: Dr. Roland Chia In The Future of Evangelical Christianity, Donald Bloesch expressed his anxiety over the perceptible theological immaturity of the evangelical Church. “Modern evangelicalism”, he writes, “is confronted with the embarrassing fact that its special emphases reveal considerable theological
Author: Dr Roland Chia What is Postmodernism? The term ‘postmodern’ has become something of a buzzword today. It is a word that is often invoked in the august halls of academic institutions, the pages of popular magazines and newspapers, and
The modern evangelical church seems to have a penchant for playing fast and loose with the secular culture around it, uncritically absorbing its quintessential qualities and imbibing its ethos. Many decades ago, scholars predicted that the unstoppable march of secularism
The Christian faith is premised on the belief that since God has revealed himself, the Church as the recipient of this divine self-disclosure is able to say something true about him. Put differently, Christians believe that their speech about God
Forty years ago, as the violent Khmer Rouge regime swept through Cambodia, Arun Sok Nhep made a promise. Like hundreds of thousands of others, he’d been imprisoned during the Pol Pot regime, which began 40 years ago (17 April 1975).