Theology shapes and informs our praxis...

We talk about how this happens, and try to make it happen in holistic and comprehensive ways...


While it is true that theology shapes praxis, it is also true that praxis communicates theology.

Why did Jesus choose 12 men to be set aside in a special way from the rest of His disciples?

He was saying something!

Praxis communicates theology...


We read in Philippians 2 that Jesus 'being in nature God became obedient to death on a Cross.'

We are used to thinking about the Cross as something that Jesus suffered, but often in terms of something that required Him to set aside His power, glory, and divinity...

Yet Scripture speaks of the crucifixion, not as setting aside divinity, but as the full expression of it!

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