Anthony Bradley

Anthony is associate professor of religious studies at The King's College in New York and a research fellow at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty.

Doing liturgical justice to the Trinity

Faith & Inspiration
by Anthony Bradley
Posted 2/24/10, 03:02 pm

Do evangelical Christians do justice to the Holy Trinity, especially the Holy Spirit, with our "Jesus only" emphasis in worship? Non-evangelicals often criticize the "Jesus only" spirituality on Sundays, as many churches seem to offer little or no adoration to the work of all three persons of the Trinity from Genesis to Revelation. The story of redemption is the story of the work of all three persons of the Trinity. Salvation comes to individuals and the world through the work of the Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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A "Trinity Grace" church

Faith & Inspiration
by Anthony Bradley
Posted 2/17/10, 03:14 pm

If I wanted to franchise a church name it would definitely be "Trinity Grace." While theologically driven church names like "St. John," "St. Paul," "Christ the King," "Redeemer," "Covenant," "Trinity," "Grace," "Westminster," "Christ," "Calvary," "New Birth," "The Potter's House," and the like, all communicate fantastic dimensions of the redemptive story in the Bible, nothing seems to sum up the essence of the mission of the Kingdom like the juxtaposition of the Holy Trinity with the Old Testament and New Testament themes of God's grace.

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Adoption together with the black church

Issues
by Anthony Bradley
Posted 2/10/10, 04:44 pm

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