Who Do You Say That I Am?

Who Do You Say That I Am? Believing in Jesus Christ in the 21st Century  Anna Case-Winters Associate Professor of Theology McCormick Theological Seminary Address to the 2002 Covenant Conference November 9, 2002  Introduction I am delighted to be here. Just to be among this great cloud of witnesses is a joy, and to be […]

Capetz Response

Response to Anna Case-Winters’  “Who Do You Say that I Am? Believing In Jesus Christ in the 21st Century” Paul E. Capetz Associate Professor of Historical Theology United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities 2002 Covenant Conference November 9, 2002 When someone is asked to respond to a paper or a lecture in an academic […]

Evangelism in a Pluralistic Society

Evangelism in a Pluralistic Society: A Reformed Perspective  Shirley Guthrie Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology Columbia Theological Seminary Address to the 2002 Covenant Conference November 8, 2002   Introduction I may be wrong, but I suspect that evangelism is not high on the agenda of many of us who belong to the Covenant Network. The […]

Rabbinic Response

Evangelism in a Pluralistic Society: A Rabbinic Response Rabbi Joseph Edelheit Senior Rabbi, Temple Israel, Minneapolis (ret.) 2002 Covenant Conference November 8, 2002 These comments were offered following Shirley Guthrie’s paper, “Evangelism in a Pluralistic Society: A Reformed Perspective.” I am profoundly honored to share in your community’s reflections. I always acknowledge synchronicity; Einstein once […]