November 2016

Intentional Confession

John Wesley defined sin as a willful transgression against the known law of God. The Church of the Nazarene teaches that if we sin unintentionally or unknowingly, we are not responsible for that sin. Should we still confess it?

Before we tackle that question, let’s note that by discriminating between intentional sin and unintentional sin, Wesley affirmed the Apostle John’s teaching that we do not commit intentional “sin every day in word, thought, and deed” (1 John 5:18).

Q&A: Nazarenes around the world

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Used as supplemental article for Coffee Break 11.1.2017.

"How do Nazarenes around the world view the church’s theology, and in what ways do they help to shape it?"

Used as supplemental article for Coffee Break 1.3.2018.

"God calls us not to independence but to interdependence. Holiness is a biblical message for all cultures."