Letter from the Editor

Saturday, 01 Sep 2018

Our feelings are part of who we are as humans.
In Southern California—the birthplace of the Calvary Chapel movement and home to multiple “burned-over” districts, where the fire of evangelical zeal consumed (and disappointed) many a newly converted soul—the reformational church has long been having a PR crisis. Small, straitlaced, and unsexy, it lives on the outskirts of the Protestant world, too confessional to be accessible and too small to be visible. We’re frustrated by openly emotional and expressive worship that almost excludes biblical orthodoxy; and I’ve sometimes wondered if we haven’t swung to the other side of the spectrum by formulating ...

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