Why Is Our Church So Messed Up?
Do you ever ask yourself if the church of Christ is truly united? Churches across the world confess the one holy, catholic, and apostolic church, but this truth is not clearly visible. The article describes what needs to happen for this unity to be visible in the church.
The Confession of Faith Article 27 Of the Catholic Christian Church
The Church Is Catholic
The Ecumenical Spirit of the Reformation: Unity in the Truth
"I believe in one holy, catholic and apostolic church." This confession was wholeheartedly embraced by the reformers. The reformers confessed that true unity can only be found in the truth of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Scriptures. This article calls today’s church to follow in the reformers' footsteps.
I Believe in … The Holy Catholic Church; The Communion of Saints
This article on the Apostles' Creed describes what Christians confess when they say that they believe in the holy catholic church and the communion of saints.
The Four-Door Labyrinth - Sola Scriptura
Many divisions between church denominations can be traced back to differences in four doctrines: sola scriptura, freewill, the relationship between the Old and New covenant, and the sacraments. In this article, focus is given to the doctrine of sola scriptura as the only rule of faith. Here the Catholic, Orthodox, Mormon and Pentecostal positions on sola scriptura are evaluated in light of the Protestant view.
One Holy Catholic and Apostolic worship
This article is about our worship with the one holy catholic and apostolic church.
Holding Together: Catholic Evangelical Worship in the Spirit
Here is provided a vision of evangelical, cross-centred, gospel worship. This is held together with catholic instincts about the ecclesiastic character of worship and charismatic experience of the dynamic of the Spirit in worship.
The Catholic Character of the Church
In this article the catholic (universal) character of church is discussed. The relation of the church to the Triune God also receives some attention.